Blurb:Ben Miles always knew it was tough being a human sheriff to a town occupied by monsters. When Ben falls hard for a monster of his own in the form of werebear mechanic Griffin, Ben knew his entire life was about to change. For the better or worse, Ben isn’t entirely sure, but he’s certain the sparks between Griffin and he won’t die down any time soon. Would picking Griffin mean surrendering his career in law enforcement or could he find a balance between love of his bear and love of his job?
Griffin Dawson’s only been obsessed about two things, fixing cars and a particularly smart-mouthed and strong-willed human sheriff. When destiny leads him to Ben, Griffin knows its time he made his move. Ben was born to be his mate and nothing would get in the way of him claiming Ben, not even a war between his bear clan and the resident werewolf biker gang.
Review: Griffin and Ben have been dancing around each other for a while.
It takes Ben getting attacked by one of reapers wolves for Griffin to make his move. But the sheriff has his own mind and despite Griffin wanting him to stay safe and out of danger Ben has a job to do with finding proof against the wolf pack and their shady dealings to get rid of them for good.
Great read with plenty of suspense, danger and action.
Blurb: Personal assistant to an insufferable boss, Bob heads to the town of Lily Valley run his boss’ errands on a weekend, only to bump into sexy werebear Alpha mechanic Piston Royal. Bob’s never had any luck with love. He’s too busy with his career but Piston’s not a man who’s easily ignored. When things get hot and heavy between them, will Bob risk his heart, along with his career, to be with a wild bear mechanic?
Piston’s preoccupied with three things, keeping his car repair business afloat, reeling his unruly crew of were bears in, and avoiding any confrontation with the resident werewolf biker gang in town. He can’t afford any distractions but he can’t deny the sizzle between Bob and him. A war’s bound to break out in Lily Valley and Bob’s only human but when the enemy Alpha takes what’s rightfully his, Piston has no choice but to retaliate.
Review: Piston is a grizzly shifter and owner of a car repair business meets Bob when his car breaks down and he calls for assistance. The two hit it off and Piston Knows he’s the one but when he tells Bob the human goes back to his job only to realize he’d rather be with Piston.
There is a werewolf pack that always makes trouble for Piston, his clan of bears and the entire town. To make matters worse there is more going on than they realize at first and when Bob decides to come back he runs into trouble with the wolves who take him hostage as a way to get rid of Piston for good.
Blurb: Dormant cat shifter River’s one regret in life is never being able to say good-bye to his childhood friend, dragon shifter Blake Draken. When he returns to his family home after losing his job and breaking up with his cheating ex, the last person he expects to see is Blake. But the angry boy River knew is gone, replaced by a deadly and sexy male.
Seeing his brothers happy with their mates while he remained alone, Blake’s sapphire dragon is slowly growing unstable. He thinks River is an illusion until he makes contact. Sparks instantly fly. It becomes clear to Blake that River is his missing mate, but Blake is terrified of losing control of the lethal beast that shares his skin. Hurting River is unacceptable, but when a blast from the past threatens to harm River, Blake refuses to stand on the sidelines. Can River tame the beast within and win the heart of his sapphire dragon?
Review: Each book in the Last Drgons collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
River and Blake had become friends when they had been children and now they have reconnected. Blakes dragon is having a difficult time and River’s ex seems to just want to cause trouble.
No surprises in this story and very predictable outcomes. It was pretty much like the previous books so it was a bit on the boring side. There had been a chance at making it a hot read but it failed to deliver. What danger there was, well it was dealt with in just a few seconds so there was no fun there either. I am afraid that this book was just to dull to really enjoy fully. I hate to admit that I just don’t see myself reading any more books by this author.
Blurb: An outcast in his own wolf pack, submissive werewolf James summons the courage to drive up to Draken Castle and see his best friend only to bump into sexy and lethal dragon shifter Zane Draken. The chemistry between James and Zane is insane, but James isn’t sure the bronze dragon is capable of commitment. James guards his heart for a reason, but will Zane only end up breaking it to pieces?
Seeing his two brothers happily mated, Zane Draken still believes a mate will only weigh him down until he meets one feisty little werewolf. Smart, bold, and adorable, James is everything he imagined in a mate, but James seems to believe a dragon can’t change his scales. When an external threat puts his mate in danger, Zane’s there to sweep in and prove once and for all that James is his to claim.
Review:Each book in the Last Dragons collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
James wanted his best friend back. They had been from the same wolf pack but when Ben left his life got even worse. He was bullied and well you get the picture. So when he went to see Ben he hadn’t expected a big bronze dragon sitting on his car. Turns out Zane is his mate, things might be looking up.
Short and sweet, well I wouldn’t exactly say sweet but still a nice story. It is a bit dull and boring but for such a short story it had a lot to tell. Quite a bit of different things were thrown in to make it seem a bit longer, excitement, adventure and a touch of danger added in with a bit of sexy time.
I can’t say that it would ever be one of my favorite type of stories but it is entertaining. It is pretty good for when your just wanting to take a break. Now I am off to read the next book in this series.
Blurb: Will’s life in a mess. He’s lost his job and just found out his boyfriend’s cheating on him. He returns to his childhood home and resumes his role as the gardener for the last dragon shifters. Will hopes to see Jax, a dragon shifter and his childhood friend. Jax broke his heart ten years ago and left without an explanation and Will’s back to get some answers. Falling in love all over again for the lethal black dragon had never been part of the plan.
Jax Draken left home ten years ago after an uncontrolled shift. He’s never been able to tame the black dragon and wolf he was born with. Jax’s a nomad, moving from place to place, but he might just put down roots for Will. There are many fences to mend. Will’s defiant and stubborn as hell, but Jax won’t stop until he claims his human mate.
Review: Each book in the Last Dragons collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Second chance at love are pretty unique especially when it comes to Will and Jax. Jax was the lucky winner to get not only his dragon side but a wolf side as well. To bad they warred with each other at the wrong times. After he hurt his mate he took off to try to learn how to tame his two sides. Forced to come home because his asshat of a father died, he realizes he wants his mate.
Will left shortly after Jax did and made his way to the city. All was good until he not only lost his job but dumped his cheating boyfriend, who just so happened to be a shifter as well. Will however was human, but grew up around dragon shifters. He has always wanted Jax but you never just drop your pants for your flame.
It is a story that has a dark tone to it but has a bit of humor mixed in. It doesn’t really flow as easy as it should but is still a pretty good read. I can honestly say I would read this book more than once.
There is nothing better than a good old dragon shifter who needs his butt kicked from time to time.
Blurb: Lured back home to bury his father and take care of the family business, the last thing Cole Draken expects is a mental call from his fated mate. Cole’s wrestled the dangerous and monstrous bronze beast inside of him his entire life, but his control breaks the moment he hears Ben’s voice. Cole’s not built for love. Dragons aren’t like other shifters and Cole’s resigned himself to a lonely existence, but one submissive werewolf might just change his mind.
All the dragons of Draken Mountain are dead, or least that’s what Ben assumed until an enormous and scary bronze dragon saves him and takes him captive. He soon finds out that there’s more to Cole than meets the eye. Underneath the scales of the scarred dragon beats a protective heart. With an entire werewolf pack after them, will Ben and Cole survive to see their future as mates?
Review: Ben is a very submissive wolf and has been kicked down by pretty much the whole pack. Oh there were a few that he got along with, although mostly other submissive’s. He really was a bit terrified of those around him, but they were still his family. So when another pack came at them, he tried to do something. He just hadn’t expected to get kidnapped right from the whole thing by a hugh dragon. A dragon that should not exist.
Cole is the oldest from his siblings and the last one that had taken off when his father went crazy. He knew that if he had left earlier the pack down on the hill would have been dead. Now he was back in the one place he hated, to say goodbye to his dead father. To his surprise he hears a call that calls to him stronger than any other, and it leads him to his mate.
This story is quite active and danger surrounds them all. I have always loved dragons and don’t come across them as much as I would like. This story has great potential but comes off a bit stiff. It was hard to connect with the characters, but I am hoping that is just because this story is the first one in this series. It felt rushed and was missing quite a bit that would have made it stand out to me.
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (March 29, 2018)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating:♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Omega tabby cat shifter Mick Stone has been through hell. Rescued by his friends from his abusive ex, Mick’s just learning to become independent again. The last thing Mick expects is to fall heads over heels for Dallas, a dominant panther shifter and one of his rescuers. Dallas’ unlike any man he’s ever met. Confident, sexy, and lethal, Mick thinks he doesn’t stand a chance, until he finds out Dallas wants him too.
The moment Dallas scented Mick, he knew he’d found his mate, the one man he’s been searching for his entire life. He’s offered Mick a place to stay and given Mick time to heal, but once he learns Mick’s ex is back in town, Dallas has no choice but to step in. The stakes are high, but he’ll do everything in his power to claim and protect his rightful mate.
Review: Each book in the Ferocious Felines collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
One would have never thought that tabby cat shifters were dangerous, crazy yes but dangerous no. But leave it to this author to come up with a unique idea that these little cats are the trouble makers and the big cats are the heros. This story caught my attention from the start and kept it all the way to the end.
Mick is an omega shifter and his only worth, according to his elders, is the fact that he is also a breeder. He was forced mated to an evil sadistic asshat, but five years later his best friend rescued him. Rescued him with the help of his mate. Dallas is about to be a happy panther.
I had quite a bit of fun reading this and could not even wait to read the next book. So much so that I put off writing this review just to read it. This is one of those series that will be read more than once.
Blurb: Left for dead by his shifter clan, tabby shifter Steve Stone crawls into a stranger’s backyard to die. Steve doesn’t think he’ll survive the night but his unexpected savior comes in the form of recluse and ex-con werebear Damon.
Damon chose a life of seclusion for a reason. His bear’s gotten out of control but he can’t turn his back when an injured shifter collapses on his backyard. The last thing Damon expects is the inferno ignited between them.
Steve doesn’t understand his instant attraction to the big burly werebear but never has he felt more safe or loved. However, accepting Damon’s mate mark might mean endearing his werebear.
If Steve thinks Damon will bolt at the first sign of trouble, then the little tabby shifter is in for a surprise, because Damon will fight for his mate until Steve is safe in his arms.
Review: The cat clan has many harsh rules and Steve seems to break many of them. He is not as submissive as they want and he decided to help a human in need. It is a punishment of death, but he survived. He found a place to hide and in his mind to die. However something made him want to live. The place he found to hide just so happened to be a ex-con in the shape of a werebear. A werebear who was almost feral and rogue. It seems he might just save the bear also.
Damon has spent five years in a shifter prison for murder. The problem was he didn’t kill anyone, his little brother had. He had lost a part of himself in there, and now he knew he was going out of control. That is until he saves a little tabby shifter.
I have not read but a few books by this author, so I wasn’t to sure what to expect. He has a few weak spots in it and the connection was not felt between me and the characters very well. However it is a very entertaining story and I hope that the next book gets better. It has great potential to be pretty amazing. It is unique and very surprising. I am afraid that the omega and the way the others treat them was the same but they might have a way out.
I was quite surprised with it and did enjoy the book.
Blurb: Joe’s a defective Omega who’s finally found the courage to leave his cheating lover. He leaves his pack of ten years and intends to make it on his own. But when his car breaks down, Joe has no choice but to call for a mechanic.
He’s shocked when he discovers the mechanic is Atlas, one of the five lone Alphas who recently moved back to Emerald Valley—and who pose a threat to his former pack. Is the attraction between them real, or will Atlas break his heart, too?
Alpha werewolf Atlas can’t explain his strange attraction to Joe, given that the man Atlas believes was his mate died a year ago. Atlas’s wolf tells him Joe is his mate, but his wolf has made a mistake before.
When the inferno between them grows too strong to ignore, Atlas knows it’s too late for second-guessing. Joe is his mate, and he intends to show his Omega that running away isn’t an option.
Review: Each book in the Wolves of Emerald Valley collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
First off, the cover rocked. It was very unique and effective in catching my attention. However the title of the story, was just like every other title when Omega’s are involved. Now if I picked a story based on those two things, then I would have passed up the book. I haven’t read too many books by this author, but I do remember the first book of this series. With the first book I was not impressed, but left my mind open that the books would improve and strengthen. However it is still focused on the alpha and omega such as all the other stories you read.
Now we know that alpha’s are the strong and omega’s are the peace keepers of a pack. However in this particular story they pretty much treat their omega’s like crap. Well the pack did, not the main alpha. Also Alpha Blake would have been taken down and replaced by a stronger wolf, and so far no go. So the author did do a different tune when it came to him. But with the main characters, she has followed every other story line you read about. There was no spark, no heat, and no excitement. No connection at all was felt. Which was kind of sad as a reader.
Joe is a defective omega who cannot produce strong babies. Well how does that make him defective if he is gay? He focused on that and quite frankly it got old real fast. There was no defective gene about the kid. Unless this book was going to be a m/m pregnancy book, which it is not, then it wouldn’t matter if he produced weak babies. Anyhow, he leaves his cheating looser and runs away with twenty dollars in his pocket. Breaks down and low and behold it is one of the alpha’s who killed their beta.
Now I could have saved myself the time of reading the book, because it felt like I already knew what the book was about just from reading the blurb. Now don’t get me wrong, it is still an interesting tale, but did not keep my attention like it really should have. Also the amount of sex in this book over whelms the rest of the story. It did not come off as believable nor would I see two men jump each other right off the bat. No heat nor any spark between them was seen, then all of a sudden bam. Sorry but it was not seen by me. I just felt like the whole story missed some major points in it. For me, the potential was there but it was not delivered.
However I will still hold out on book three, to see if there is any change in this author’s work.
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (April 27, 2017)
Length: Novella (118 Pages)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: Alpha Werewolf Crash left his hometown of Emerald Valley a long time ago, along with his five best friends. Now he’s back in town to solve a murder, but the town’s changed, taken over by a vicious wolf pack. Worse, his ex and the only man he’s ever loved is about to be mated to another. Mark’s already broken his heart once, but there are some things that can’t be forgiven. Crash will claim Mark, even if that means his death.
Omega Wolf Mark’s done all he can to survive, including stomaching a man he doesn’t love. When Crash returns to town, unresolved feelings return to the surface and the chemistry between them burns as hot as ever. Crash swears to never let Mark go again, but things are never that simple.
Will Crash challenge an entire pack to win back his Omega?
Review: I have read a few stories by this author, and I find that I say the same thing pretty much each time. The story line has great potential as well as the plot itself. The characters also could have made a great impact into the story, however there was quite a bit missing in the story that would have done that. The way Crash and the others are written, make them come off both as strong but also as weak. They might be able to fight their way through many obstacles, but in truth that is about as far as they would get. There is no heat or passion when it comes to the characters themselves or their relationship or I should say the right heat or passion. Yes, they are pissed about their omega friend but I don’t see the build-up for any others.
Now they are all friends who left their homes, but they left an omega behind. Then they all separate which would make them lone wolves. Now if the author knew about wolves, then they would know that is not the norm. Now for a book, that maybe would work. However for me, it didn’t do what the author intended. I did not like the interaction between Crash and Mark. It felt forced and a bit harsh to a point. One minute they are hating each other, and the next in bed just doesn’t fly with me. I will wait to see how the others work in their story before deciding what to feel about them. Lets just say an alpha and pack, would not let another group of wolves stay in their pack. The vampires were a nice addition, but then again you only see them for a bit.
Crash and his friends are alpha werewolves, yet they are all lone wolves. Except for Larry who was an omega and they just left him behind. Crash had been in love with Mark, but left him behind. Both of their hearts were broken, but neither chose the other. Now they are back for Larry’s funeral and to find out what happened to him. Mark was to bond with the beta of the pack who is an ass. If you want to know the juicy details, pick up the book.
Now I have given you my problems with the book, as well as a little description of the story. Now for me the book felt rushed and not well thought out. There was a great deal of potential and areas that showed some strength. However for me, those areas were small compared to the rest of the story itself. I didn’t connect with any of the characters and that was a big disappointment for me.
Now I will stick with the series to see if they get a better story but for now it is not doing anything for me at all. Just because this is my thoughts doesn’t mean you might not like it.
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (August 17, 2016)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: To pay off his father’s gambling debts, Omega wolf Rob is sold to a vicious clan of werebears. Rob thinks dying is better than becoming a sex slave. During the transaction, Rob is unexpectedly saved by a local werewolf.
New to the Blue Moon pack, Colton wants to prove his worth to his new pack by securing an agreement with the local werebear clan. Things go wrong the moment he scents his mate in the roadhouse. Colton makes a deal with the Alpha of the werebears and takes Rob home with him. Rob’s reluctant to give his trust to Colton, but Colton intends to prove to the Omega that he’s the one man Colton’s been waiting for all his life. Colton also has to find a way to explain to his new pack why he would stake the pack’s reputation for a stranger.
Review: Each book in the Blue Moon Wolves collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
I have read many stories over the years both contemporary and paranormal, but I must say that I think paranormal stories will always be my favorite. And with favorite stories, you have favorite authors that will entertain you and keep you begging for more worlds in this story and the previous are unique and very detailed. They keep your attention throughout the whole book. I also love the fact that they can get pregnant.
Omegas are the only ones, other than females that can get pregnant. They are indeed very special but it makes them prime meat for stronger wolves. Rob is an omega and his father is an ass. His father is a gambling fool, who decided to sell his son to bear shifters to get rid of his debt. Rob would rather die, but it seems that fate has been looking out for him.
Colton is a gamma wolf, sent by his alpha to make a deal with the bears. He had not expected to find his mate. Nor had he expected to find out that Rob’s father had sold him to the bears. It might cost him his own pack, but he is not going to let his mate get hurt. He will protect him even if it means losing what he has.
This is an action pact and danger filled story where love finds away. Now I must admit that this story doesn’t flow perfectly for me, and it seemed to be missing something to make it do so. However it didn’t really take away from the story itself. I enjoyed reading this and look forward to the next one.
Blurb: Pack Alpha Hayden Keys has always had a weakness for a cutie with a killer smile. After years of disappointment and heartbreak, Hayden learned to fulfill his needs and urges from random hook-ups in gay bars. Little does he know a snarky out-of-town Omega is about to rock his world.
Pregnant with his abuser’s pup, Conner O’Brien is on the run from his ex and cronies. The little town of Blue Moon, populated by a local pack of werewolves, is as good a place as any to take refuge. Conner plans to lay low for a while, before moving on. Meeting a persistent Alpha was not in his plans. The more he tries to shake off Hayden, the more the Alpha becomes fired up. Sooner or later, Conner suspects he’ll have trouble trying to ignore the heat threatening to explode between them.
The worst part is—Conner is dying to find out if love and a happy ending are in the books.
Review: Jane is a new author for me and after reading the blurb I knew I wanted to get my hands on her book. To me there is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men. If you add in m-preg then I am definitely sold on them. For such a short little story, this has one hell of a fantastic story line. It caught my attention from the start and kept it all the way.
Conner is one quirky and smart ass Omega who has been hurt before. On the run with a pup in him, he knew he had to find safety. He had expected just to find some good pie in Blue Moon but he finds himself a very sexy Alpha. Hayden had been told to find a mate and settle down, but no one had expected a wolf to take a cute little tabby as a mate. Things are going to get interesting.
I was excited after reading this and new I had found a new author to follow. I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book in this series. Hot wolves, spunky Omega tabby cat, excitement, danger and lots of pie are just a bit of what you get in this. For such a short story you are given a lot of explosive reading in this book.
I enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it.
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