Series: Wayne County Wolves, #11
Author: Stephani Hecht
Length: Novella (111 Pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (February 1st, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3 to 3.5Hearts
Blurb:When two bad boys meet, nothing good can come of it.
Might is the biggest outcast in the pack of Wolves that he lives with. Not only is he actually an Eagle shifter, but he’s also half-human, but that hasn’t stopped him from sleeping with every available male in the pack. Hey, call him a slut, but he likes to have a good time.
Adan left the pack ten years ago, before they could have a chance to exile him. Always breaking the rules, fighting, and committing petty crimes, he caused nothing but trouble for the pack. Now he’s back, and the question everyone is asking is, has he changed his old ways?
Then he meets Might, and he knows he has to have the Eagle shifter. But when these two bad boys clash, will they cause nothing but trouble? Or will they be able to tame each other?
Purchase Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/stephani-hecht/might-s-karma/
Review: Stephani has always given me the perfect escape during a busy day. I have always loved her stories and this one ranks right up there with all other others. An amazing read if I say so myself. The right mixtures of excitement, intrigue, adventure, and danger. I love how she can give you two of the sexiest men around, put them into a dangerous situation, and watch them work their way out.
Might is a half eagle shifter and half wolf shifter, living among a pack of wolves. He doesn’t fit in at all, and to make things worse he sleeps with anyone and everyone. He likes to have a good time. Now you add in one very sexy mate Adan and you are going to have fireworks. Might had pretty much been in a lab all of his life, experimented on and tortured. He was adorable, sweet, and gentle and kind, but he only thought he was worth much in bed nowhere else. Whereas Adan was strong, fierce, yet loving to his mate. When they do get together, it was hot, sensuous and set the sheets on fire.
This series should be read in order otherwise you might get a bit lost. It has its humor mixed in with a touch of seriousness. I love the way they can overcome pain and turn it into happiness. It gives you a whole new world to lose yourself into.