June Winters and Magnus Gray fit the bill of opposite attracts.
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
You will be enchanted by this new Beast Charmer series.
I liked the characters and would have enjoyed the story more if the whole conflict that broke them up wasn’t completely idiotic.
Nightchaser wasn’t really the space adventure I was looking for, but it was a good romance and set us up for further stories. It doesn’t end on a cliffhanger, but it does end at the start of what I presume will be the big adventure.
Firefighter Steve is not so great at making choices since he started out at Simpson, CO in Search and Rescue before the murder and arson started, and he moved his kids to Monroe, CO at the beginning of Rocky Mountain K-9 Unit and that place went to hell and everything was blowing up, then he moves back to his hometown of Boone, CO and things aren’t any safer. Steve should have learned by now that all that snow makes people crazy and he should move his family somewhere warm.
This is a story of second chances, redemption and overcoming your past.
This story had a great start but you could see right away that Julian was in a toxic place and the relationship could only be doomed but you know that it was something worthing fighting for and you just have to wait for him to figure it out.
Through the Fire is the conclusion of another great series by Katie Ruggle.
An enjoyable and quirky romance. I am ready for more bikers and brides. MC books aren’t normally my cup-of-tea, but I enjoyed this quirky romance. Trey Harding, leader of the Iron Shadows MC gang, spent his whole life knowing that he was abandoned in a bathroom as a child. His whole life is based upon […]