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Title: Hell’s Kitchen
Series: City Wolves, #1
Author: Aiden Bates
Genre: Paranormal/ Shapeshifter/ Mpreg
Length: 67 Pages
Publisher: Aiden Bates (January 21, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Danny escaped his pack, and the traditional life of an omega, ten years ago. He loves his life in New York and wouldn’t trade it for the world. When the past comes walking into his favorite bar, in the form of the alpha his father ordered him to mate ten years ago, can Danny keep pushing his biology aside and keep his independence?
Or will he submit to his desire for Mike?
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Review: I have read a few stories by this author and I must say that there are some I like and some that I don’t.
I have always felt that paranormals were my favorite especially when the male mates can get pregnant. Now I still feel that Aiden is rushing through the stories to get them done, however there is so much promise with the ones that I have read. This one was not only quirky but a blast. I still stand that there is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men, well unless one of those sexy men can get pregnant.
Now this particular story has a bit of action and danger to it which made it rock. I do wish though that it had been longer. Also Danny was fighting everything to not be mated to an alpha. Although he liked Mike, he just didn’t want to be an alpha mate. So his dumb ass takes supplements to stop certain aspects, but it doesn’t stop Mike.
Now with this one Danny fights it, but then all of a sudden he gives in and is in love. I feel that if it had been flushed out a bit more it would have made it a great story. For me it just came off way to rushed to truly be what it should be.
One cannot really give you a good description of the story without giving it away, but it is a fun little read. I look forward to it because so far it is looking to be a hot little piece.
I would definitely recommend this.
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