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What She Wants

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  • Posted September 12, 2009

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    A fun escape

    I enjoyed this book. A woman who has everything going for her has sabotoge spun against her. She gets in danger, and Kai is there to help her in incredible ways. Unicorns and Centaurs, oh my! I enjoyed the journey!

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  • Posted June 17, 2009

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    This is a terrific urban romantic fantasy

    In San Diego Dr. Ann Fallon prays she secures a biologist professor position at Harvard University vowing to be the best if Dr. Stoller hires her. She also wants to be the best wife possible to her boyfriend. However, while the former remains up in the air, the latter proves false as he has a girlfriend. Upset, she runs into the arms of Detective Kai.

    Kai is pleased to find Ann because he fears she is the target of some nasty paranormals just like his beloved was until they killed her. A shapeshifting centaur Chiron as he is known by his people vows to keep her safe while she vows to hide her secret in his secure arms.

    This is a terrific urban romantic fantasy starring two likable fully developed lead characters, who make the mythological seem at home in Southern California and some nasties chasing them feel real. The story line is fast-paced from the moment the lead couple meets in San Diego and never slows down. However, fans will be better off first reading the novella "Centaur Heat" (see EROS ISLAND) to obtain a better understanding of Lucinda Betts' mythos.

    Harriet Klausner

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