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  • Posted October 28, 2011

    Rich, deep were-chocolate!

    Won this in a contest and stayed up way too late finishing it!

    It's rich. The characters have depth, agendas, conflicts between their allegances and their growing pull towards each other.

    No cardboard here.

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

    A great start to a hopefully great Shifter Series

    Detective Pale Rysen, is an Alpha,he is determined to secretly rebuild the Wolf packs from the ashes of genocide. When a killer starts picking off young females that are looking for sanctuary, it's Pale Rysen's job to protect them. Rysen is forced to work with a hated enemy, he fears his cover will be blown.
    Jade-Scarlet's membership in the powerful Order of the Sibile has always been controversial. Jade is half wolf and has unstable psychic powers that are a disappointment to her mercenary handlers. So when the Oracle commands her to work with Pale, Jade has a chance to prove herself and prove herself she must!...even if it means challenging the enigmatic shifter who is Pale Rysen.
    However Pale triggers more than Jade's curiosity. He sends her into Heat, and the intense sexual attraction could mean losing control of her gifts-something Jade cannot allow. As the number of victims rises, so does the danger. A murderous darkness wants them both dead. But even if they stop the killer, how long can they fight against each other?

    For some reason I had in my head that this series of books by Dee were actually YA and I got a little surprised at the first er.."steamy" descriptions, but have to say this book is really very good. The steamy sections are not overly done or out of place, I would say they are tastefully steamy. I love the characters of Pale and Jade-Scarlett. They initially have a strong mutual distrust of each other yet are also strongly attracted to one another. I love that Jade-Scarlett is a strong female character who stands her ground and is willing to face whatever and whomever she must to complete her assignment
    This is a great start to what seems to me to be another great shifter series comparable to the Rachel Vincent series "Shifters" and also I found Dee's writing as captivating as Kelley Armstrong's "Women of the Otherworld" Series. I would certainly recommend this book and am seriously looking forward to reading book 2 in the series which is called Deceiving the Protector. A definite "I recommend to read" I also have to add I love the cover, I presume it is a picture of Jade-Scarlett. Her eyes draw you into wanting to know more about her too, and of course wanting to read the book. I think a cover is the first thing that catches your attention with a book.

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  • Posted August 17, 2010


    TEMPTING THE ENEMY by Dee Tenorio is a paranormal romance/suspense. It is written with detail and depth. It has romance, suspense, shifters, wolves, mystery, sensuality, and passion. It is fast paced, action packed with great characters that are strong and determined. Jade and Pale are faced with challenges, peril, lust, their strength compliment each other which makes them a perfect match. Jade, half wolf, half Sibile her powers are unstable. She has always felt out of place in the Sibile world due partly to the lost of her parents as traitor. She will learns secrets she didn't know existed. With the help of Pale, a true wolf, she will learn to control her powers, where she truly belong and try to protect her life mate, Pale. a wolf, a detective who is wary of Jade because she is a Sibile, is strong, an Alpha wolf, trying to revive the Wolf packs that where all but lost due to genocide years before. He has finally meet his life mate in Jade, but can their strengths, lust and love for each other save them in the end? They are looking for a serial killer of young women, he is killing both Sibiles and wolves, leaving their discarded bodies to be found. Their hearts have been removed and triangles shape left cut out in their bodies. This is a wonderful, amazing story of trust, romance, suspense, finding the truth and learning to live anew. If you enjoy paranormal, with shifters, wolves, and great characters you will enjoy this one. This could possible become a great series. This book was received for review from Net Galley and details can be found at Carina Press and My Book Addiction and More.

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