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  • Posted November 21, 2012

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    Deliciously Kinky! Danica Avet has done it again. Her excellent

    Deliciously Kinky!

    Danica Avet has done it again. Her excellent story telling has wow’d me and sucked me into the most humorous series with the wittiest and sexiest characters that have come alive on the page. The first book Primal Song gave the reader a little detailed history behind Kitty and Monk’s relationship and why Monk treated Kitty so harshly leaving me dying to know more and hoping for a reuniting.

    Well this 2nd installment delivers closure with sparks flying off the page. My emotions are in turmoil as one minute I am wanting to castrate Monk for what he did to Kitty but then another minute I truly felt his remorse for his actions and his undying love he felt for Kitty.

    In between feeling revengeful and understanding of the surrounding circumstances I was blown away with the chemistry between Kitty and Monk – I mean Danica Avet can write some of the hottest erotic scenes that vividly enhances the imagination past explosion – I’m talking crossing your legs, curling your toes, and a nub twitching for your own release kind of hotness.

    The Characters were a lot of fun and Kinky as we learn Kitty and Monk thrive on the thrill of a chance in getting caught having sex in Public or the chance of being watched having sex. There was more to the story besides Kitty and Monk, the reader gets the continued bliss between Deputy Daisy and Rock Star Ram with their wedding. It was also neat and enjoyable to read about the other Cajun characters such as Kitty and Daisy’s Parents and Monk’s Dad. Their small town demeanor, personalities, and feisty stubbornness will keep you laughing through out the whole book.

    I totally look forward to the next book in the Cajun Heat Series and recommend this awesome series to anyone who loves hot paranormal shifter reads.

    Great read!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2013

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    Reviewed by: Sarah Book provided by: Publisher Review originally

    Reviewed by: Sarah
    Book provided by: Publisher
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    After getting a quick glimpse into the history between Monk and Kitty in Book 1 of the Cajun Heat series, I couldn’t wait to read Primal Design and watch the fireworks display. The author definitely did not disappoint. It was great finding out firsthand exactly what happened to cause all the friction between these two. When they finally came together again, the scenes were so hot I thought my tablet was going to spontaneously combust. That scene in the alley especially, oh my! I don’t know about Kitty and Monk but I needed a cold shower after that.

    In addition to the steamy love scenes, I enjoyed revisiting our friends from Book 1 which also included witnessing Daisy and Ram’s wedding. While I feel an individual could have easily read this story as a stand-alone, there were a few references to scenes in Book 1 that I feel without having read it, the reader may not have fully understood what was being referred too.

    While I understood that had Monk not driven Kitty away back when they were younger due to the “secret” his father shared with him that fateful night, she would have never gone on to become the successful designer that she turned out to be, I could not help but be a bit heartbroken and sad when the ending played out. While we get our happily ever after, I felt a bit bittersweet too. All those wasted years.

    Overall, I greatly enjoyed this second book in the Cajun Heat series and look forward to seeing what the author has planned next.

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