Kangorilla by Lily Harlem

51NLlnKgMYL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Kangorilla
Series: Spliced, #3
Author: Lily Harlem
Genre: Paranormal/ MMM Menage
Length: 61 pages
Publisher: Lily Harlem (February 14 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: Series blurb: When scientists mess with the most primitive elements of a man’s core, the results are bound to be explosive.
Living a loveless existence is hard for any shifter, but having DNA spliced with creatures who stand out from the crowd is damn near impossible. Which is why four experimented-on souls decide to break free from the chains that hold them, climb the fences that circle them, and go in search of adventure, passion and most of all, their mates.

But nothing worth having is ever easy, and for Sharkorilla, Pugorilla, Kangorilla and Elephorilla, this is definitely the case. They’ve come to the end of one very long, hard and frustrating road, but now, with the help of men who have big hearts, they must shed their fears, accept their bodies, and be true to the desires that burn within them. The only problem is, will they get away with it?

Kangorilla Blurb: Joey has it tough. Not only has he been spliced with a kangaroo and a gorilla, he’s also been brought to the other side of the world. Feeling exploited, desperate and wishing he had love, companionship and acceptance, he takes the risk of leaving the compound in the search of happiness. But will he find it? Or has the person he’s drawn to get other ideas?

It certainly seems that way as the temperature goes from boiling hot to downright frosty.

Check out the other three books in the series by Sarah Masters, preorder-patchLavinia Lewis and Jambrea Jo Jones.

Please note, Spliced can be enjoyed as individual stories, but reading in order enhances the pleasure as you get to see the progression of the shifter’s sexy adventures.

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each one of these amazing stories is told by a different author. I would recommend reading book one first though otherwise you might get a bit lost. This story was told by Lily Harlem and I have to say that she has a gift. This story caught my attention from the start and kept it all the way to the end.

Scientists have been experimenting on humans and shifters but now they have gone too far. They managed to create humans who have two different types of shifters in them. When the lab techs realized that the shifters were to be put down, they did what they could to rescue them. It seems that the lab techs are somehow connected to the shifters.

Joey has had the hardest time. Not only is he a kangaroo and gorilla, but he is not even on the same continent that he should have been. All he wants to do is to find a home. A home with a gorgeous mate. I don’t think he was expecting twins to be his home.

This was one of the series that I was attracted to even before it came out. I was gifted with a look at the idea and knew that I had to read them. I was glad to have had the chance. It was a fun read and I would recommend it.


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