Always Follow Your Goat by Nora Roth

o-always-follow-your-goatTitle: Always Follow Your Goat

Series: Dreamspinner Press 2016 Daily Dose package “A Walk on the Wild Side.”

Author: Nora Roth

Genre: Paranormal/Shifters

Length: 29 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2016)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts

Blurb: Camp Pooka has been a summer staple for Noah Matthews since he learned he was a shifter, and he’s looking forward to spending a final summer there before beginning his career as a veterinarian. But the season takes an unexpected turn when Noah meets blunt but charming Jack Rideaux and his goat, Milly. Soon Noah is sneaking off every night, gladly following Milly to Jack’s cabin.

When life and Noah’s work intrude and the two men lose touch, it’s time for meddling Milly to work her magic and help them reconnect.

ISBN: 978-1-63477-504-5

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: At first I was sure that the shifter was a goat and damn was I glad to find out that was not the case. Although it would have been funny as hell. Noah is a camp counselor for Camp Pooka, a camp for shifters. It was to be his last summer and he was going to miss it. Then he met Milly, a quirky goat that got the kids attention. Milly led Noah straight to her owner, the sexy Jack Rideaux. Now that was one sexy team, especially with Milly playing matchmaker.

I got a kick out of this one. It was funny as hell and I absolutely loved it. For such a short story it had quite a bit to it, which surprised the hell out of me. I do hope that the author will continue this story somewhere down the line. I would like to know what happens with these two.

I had a lot of fun with it and would recommend it.

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Aiding and Abetting by Nora Roth

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Series: 2015 Daily Dose Full Set – Never Too Late
Author: Nora Roth
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novella (59 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4 ½ Hearts
Blurb: When cynical forty-three-year-old police officer Evan Andrews finds his home broken into, he quickly learns there’s more to Beau Toliver than meets the eye. Injured and afraid, Beau mistrusts Evan and the police every bit as much as Evan mistrusts Beau.

As affection slowly grows between them, Evan discovers the real threat might come from the colleagues he’s considered friends for over two decades. When the truth comes out, Evan races to save Beau’s life at the risk of his own.

His actions could mean the end of his career, but he might finally realize there are more important things in life.

ISBN: 978-1-63476-437-7

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Reviewer: Lisa

There’s something to be said for maturity and experience, whether it’s a second chance at love, a May/December romance, or finding a soul mate later in life. These stories prove that it’s never too late for new love. Summer reading fun! More than 360,000 words of romantic fiction in 30 stories that would sell individually for a total $87.70.

Review: This is part of the 2015 Daily Dose- Never Too Late. This one was definitely hot and I had a blast reading it. There is nothing better than a man in uniform, and in this case a hot and sexy police officer with a gun. You can’t really go into why you love a story in detail when they are shorts because you don’t want to give it away. But damn this was my kind of story and I would love for this to be a novella. I want more details and more story with this.

Evan was a police officer who had not only a heart but a conscious. He knew his fellow officers did not think that way. So when one of them was being a total ass to Beau he wanted to step in. Beau had a problem with petty theft but the officer was doing all he could do to make Beau’s life nasty. When Evan came home to find an injured Beau he knew he had to help. He just didn’t expect it to lead where it did.

I had a blast reading this and can guarantee that you will too. It is short, hot and very tempting. I do wish that it had been expanded into a more intense story. It would have been perfect then. It is a great start that is for sure. I loved it and look forward to reading more by this amazing author.

Nora is a new author to me, so I look forward to more of her stories.

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Mulligan by Nora Roth

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Series:  Daily Dose 2013: Make a Play

Author:  Nora Roth

Genre:   Contemporary

Length:  Novella (66 pages)

Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press (June 1st, 2013)

Heat Level:  Moderate

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Blurb:   The only thing between Jesse Yates and the top of the air hockey leaderboard is Cameron Greene. When Cameron returns home from college unannounced and knocks the win out of Jesse’s reach, the last thing Jesse plans to do is strike up a friendship with the guy he dislikes on principle. But Cameron charms Jesse without even seeming to try, and the attraction and friendly rivalry between them soon leads to something more.

Everything is perfect until the world as Jesse knows it comes crashing down when Cameron’s secrets are revealed. Before Jesse can find his balance, Cameron is gone without a word, leaving Jesse alone with anger and grief—hoping against hope for a second chance.

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Reviewer:   Tams

Review:  Short, kinda sexy and slightly steamy. Jesse Yates is your typical high school kid that spends most nights at the local arcade racking up the points. The only things standing between him and that perfect score is Cameron Greene. Jesse isn’t too keen on Cameron in the beginning, but Cameron’s charm and charisma quickly grown on him. The fact that the guy is gorgeous is a definite plus.

These two are barely an item before Cameron’s suffers a terrible loss and he retreats, leaving Jesse alone and slightly broken. He makes a lot of bad decisions in his quest to think about anything but Cameron, yet still, the guy that left him broken-hearted is the only one Jesse wants.

I really enjoyed these two characters and hope to see more of them. The bathroom scene alone gets extra points on the rating for me. It was such a perfectly awkward first for Jesse, but it wasn’t done negatively. And the trying to clean up the evidence, but only making it worse cracked me up and just made the scene even more realistic and fun for me.