Title: Paine’s Pleasure
Series: Brac Village, #18
Author: Lynn Hagen
Genre: Paranormal/ Shape-shifter
Length: Novella (137 Pages)
Publisher: Siren Publishing (February 2, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Dylan Walsh is happy when his uncle inherits a large Victorian home nestled in the woods. But all is not what it seems in Brac Village. Especially when he meets Paine Avery. Dylan thinks the man is sexy, charming, and nuttier than a bed bug. Paine swears he can shift into a cheetah. Dylan thinks the man needs to get back on his meds. That is, until he sees Paine shift.
Paine Avery is used to his bachelor life. When he discovers that Dylan is his mate, he isn’t sure he’s ready to settle down. But Paine takes the plunge and decides to give mating a try. Too bad, there’s a mysterious shifter lurking in the woods behind Dylan’s home who will stop at nothing to get his hands on Dylan’s younger brother.
As Paine tries his best to protect the family, he finds himself falling hard and fast for the human who has stolen his heart.
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/paines-pleasure
Review: This is book eighteen in the Brac Village series and they need to be read in order. Each book gives you a new romantic couple to fall in love with, but they are intertwined in the earlier books. To truly figure out who everyone is you need to start with Brac Pack first. It is also mixed in with Demon Warriors, Zeus Pack, Christian’s Coven, and a few others. All of the characters are found in most of those books. I don’t think that there is anything better than a good paranormal romance, unless it is one that involves two gorgeous men who are finding themselves and their mates. I had a blast reading this and look forward to reading more by Lynn.
There is something about the way that Lynn tells a story that will not only draw you in and keep your attention the whole time, but it will more than likely have you laughing your ass off. The characters are beautifully written with big hearts, however if you cross them, they have no problem putting you down. They will protect their mates with their entire lives. I had a blast reading this story.
Dylan’s father passed away over five years ago. It had left him and his little brother living with their uncle. When his uncle inherited a sweet house in Brac Village, he was extremely overjoyed. It even had a nice big back yard. He meets Paine, when Paine came over to greet them and welcome them to town. His little brother keeps saying that Paine is a big cat, but Omar is known to have a great imagination.
Paine has found his mate, but he wished that he had met him in human form instead of his cheetah form. So he knew he had to go greet them all and was quite surprised when Omar knows right off the bat that he is the nice kitty from the woods. Things get a bit complicated when the home they owned was in fact used to kill others.
Dylan and his family were tricked into coming there by another uncle bent on experimenting on Omar for his special gifts. He will do everything in his powers to keep his mate and new family safe. Now all he has to do is to get Dylan used to the paranormal world he has come to live in.
I absolutely love this book almost as much as I have loved the other’s in this series. I can’t wait to read the next story. When Lynn puts out a book, I am usually there to eat them up. They do have a bit of a serious tone to them but there is a lot of humor in them that I love. It caught my attention from the moment I started reading and kept it all the way to the end. It also gave me everything I could want in a book. I would definitely recommend reading this book. Trust me it will keep you laughing, crying and loving but mainly laughing your ass off.
What is better than a gorgeous man who is mated to a shape shifter, hot sex, a cute kid with a special ability to see what everyone in their true form is, demons, excitement, suspense, lots of action and danger? I would recommend reading it, trust me you will love these men and their families.
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