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Posted February 18, 2013
As posted on The Smutty Kitty Reviewed by Michelle B 4 out of
As posted on The Smutty Kitty
Reviewed by Michelle B
4 out of 5 Licks
I was immediately drawn into the story of Rafer and Lark. With the vivid descriptions of the surroundings, to the color of the flowers, to the intense feelings, the author shows you what the characters are seeing and feeling.
When I realized this was going to be a series I truly enjoyed the story more. You get to meet the Breaux bothers who are a pack of six. Although the two main characters are Rafer and Lark, the other five brothers play a prominent role, and all but Luc who is the eldest and the alpha of the pack need Lark. She is given the choice to pick one or pick all, and when she makes her choice I was instantly happy and sad. The brother named Dag is so close to the edge of never shifting back from wolf to human because he’s not found his bride, I had hoped Lark would choose all the brothers.
The story is fast paced and there was never a part that I felt was repeated, but I think it should have been longer. The men are all werewolf shifters who know their mate by the light of the blue moon, but the woman is human. The author has the heroine jumping right into the arms and bed of not only one but most of the brothers within days of meeting. It worked and wasn’t a distraction from a good story, but a little more time or mystical intervention would’ve made it more :)
The conflict or danger part of the story involved vampires. While lots of books have werewolf/vampire elements, usually they both have redeeming qualities. This book didn’t. The vampires were evil to the bone, and from the very small bit that was in the story, something like the boogie man.
I really enjoyed the story and can’t wait to read the next one in the series, which is already out, so yay for me lol. I would definitely recommend this book to readers who want a light quick read, but really hope the next books have a little more of everything.
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Posted June 14, 2013
Sensual and different. For a short read, Tempted by the Pack wa
Sensual and different.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
For a short read, Tempted by the Pack was a sizzling read with a slightly new twist on wolf shifters and vampires. The idea that the Breaux brothers were running the risk of losing their human side to the wolf within, unless one of them found their mate, was rather intriguing. The story really gets going during the hunt for the blue-moon bride.
I noticed some reviewers balked at the idea that Rafer would share Lark with his brothers. I bought the moresome because it was established early on that Rafer was utterly devoted to the Pack. They were a dying breed and they were brothers. If sharing his mate prolonged the life of his brothers until they found their own mate, it was plausible. The two scenes were incredibly sensuous and didn't feel uncomfortable.
This story wasn't just fluff. There is a serious threat from vampires, and I'm glad the author didn't gloss over the battle scene. Overall, I really enjoyed the story even if there were a few minor errors in it. It ended way too soon for my liking, but I would definitely read more of this series.
Warning: Contains oral sex, anal sex, MF, MFM.
Disclaimer:I received a review copy from the author via CBLS Promotions in exchange for an honest review.
Posted June 10, 2013
Posted December 15, 2012
Rafer's pack is slipping fast - they need to find mates and quic
Rafer's pack is slipping fast - they need to find mates and quickly or they will forever turn on their human sides and become a wolf forever. Unfortunately, they can only find their mates once during a blue moon (literally). Rafe is quite excited to see that Lark Andrews is this blue moon's bride. He only hopes that she will be able to accept the fact of what he is and what his entire pack needs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This is one of the few paranormal books I've read that had a serious freak out - OMG you're a werewolf?!?!?! moment. It was fantastic!!! Lark was such a believable character you felt drawn to here immediately. Now Rafer - well he was quite the hot little piece - and he knew just what to do to get Lark going in all the right ways. Now he just needs to convince her to take the whole pack into her heart to save them all. The fact that it's set in the Louisiana bayou - a favorite setting of mine - only added to the mystique of it all.
To top it all off, the sex was great and there was even time for a few heated battles (won't say more about that - can't ruin the surprise). Even though you know how the story is going end - the route that Anne Marsh took to get there left you wondering what was going to happen to get them there with every page.