A pair of short stories about wolf shifters. The Stories Shelly Laurenston‘s “Like a Wolf with a Bone” even reads as though Laurenston had written this first. It was too brash even though it did make me laugh. It was nice to get the background on Eggie Smith and how he pursued his bride, Darla Mae Lewis (Dee Anne’s parents). It also explains the birth of the pie shop. It’s been awhile since I read the books in the Pride series, and I find myself wanting to start over again to see how Janie Mae and Bubba made out and what happened with Benjamin Ray, Frankie Ray, and Nicky Ray. I do like how Darla Mae sticks up for Eggie! Laurenston may want to check on naming Darla Mae a Smith too early in the story. She’s still a Lewis and hasn’t even met Eggie yet. Cynthia Eden‘s “Wed or Dead” is a cute idea with both parties hiding a secret and wanting to go through with the get-close-to-me plan for all the wrong reasons. Kayla Kincaid is about to get a wake-up call she hadn’t expected while Gage Riley has his own plans for their wedding night, which Lyle […]
Author: Cynthia Eden
Three bad boys with that little something extra. Sexy, wild, out-of-this-world talents that leave any woman weak at the knees (among other body parts). Call ‘em when you want pleasure that lasts…and lasts…
A two-story anthology about male shifters and the human females for whom they hunger.