A Werewolf at the Falls (Big City Pack, Book Two)

A Werewolf at the Falls (Big City Pack, Book Two)

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by Marisa Chenery
     
 
As a cocktail waitress at Fallsview Casino Resort, Jorja has been witness to some brow-raising moments. But she's never been part of one until a hot-as hell patron in her section pulls her into his lap and kisses her senseless. Talk about a generous tipper. Lady luck has smiled on her indeed.



What was supposed to be a weekend of harmless gambling takes

Overview

As a cocktail waitress at Fallsview Casino Resort, Jorja has been witness to some brow-raising moments. But she's never been part of one until a hot-as hell patron in her section pulls her into his lap and kisses her senseless. Talk about a generous tipper. Lady luck has smiled on her indeed.



What was supposed to be a weekend of harmless gambling takes a dramatic turn when Kian's wolf scents his would-be mate. Consuming her lips as if his life depends on it in the middle of a crowded casino is bad enough-but giving in to his mating urge and claiming her before she knows his true nature is nothing short of a disaster. And when a fellow pack member shows up and lets the wolf out of the bag, Kian is forced to admit not only who and what he is, but what he did. He may need more than luck to pull this one off.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419934933
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
06/03/2011
Series:
Oh, Canada!
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
315,302
File size:
280 KB

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A Werewolf at the Falls 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Sometimes a reader has a yen for a cute, short but hot story to while away the afternoon and A Werewolf at the Falls delivers just that. I like a story with growly heroes and Kian has both a lusty growl and an aggressive one for defense. He covers all the bases because he has to. He has found the mate of his dreams, but he's got some explaining to do and the poor guy isn't sure how to do it. That's half the fun because he flubs it so bad. Jorja is the heroine who has to come to terms with the fact that werewolves not only exist but one has his sights set on her. What's a girl to do when the man in question gives her the best sheet action she's ever had? Run. And, try to figure out just what is so great about being the girlfriend of a guy that goes furry. I liked her logical thinking and it actually made the happily ever after quite plausible. The conflict is internal and the story is character driven. It's a story of worlds colliding and passions out of control. Ms. Chenery certainly gives readers an eyeful when Kian has his way with Jorja, and his manly action should leave readers as satisfied as he left Jorja, over and over. Lucky lady. Kian's buddy, Soren, is a nice sidekick. His focus on gambling was bit too intense for me; I would have gotten bored ages ago but the author used it as a convenient diversion so the action could stay focused on Kian and Jorja. The author did provide enough of a hint and details to lead me to believe that another guy is going to feel the wolf bite of love soon. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. The author threw in a quick character curve ball to get the action going in the direction she wanted it to. It was a bit pat, but it worked and the plot resolved soon after with an interesting display of a man making a goofy decision in times of crisis. Good thing the heroine has a working brain. A Werewolf at the Falls is a relaxing and entertaining short story that has a passionate, sweet yet erotic flavor that should appeal to paranormal romance readers looking for a uplifting happily ever after. I enjoyed reading this tale and I'm looking forward to seeing just what kind of woman ensnares Kian's best friend, Soren. I hope it's as fun as this book. Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed By: Shyla Review Copy Provided By: Publisher You never know when you’re going to get lucky at a casino. But the last thing Kian expected to find on his weekend gambling trip was his mate. When the nine hundred year old werewolf is served his drink by Jorja the cocktail waitress, his naughty wolf takes over. One moment she’s beside him and the next he’s pulling her onto his lap and kissing her senseless. His mating instincts combined with his overindulgence in alcohol kick his need to claim her into overdrive. The searing kiss Kian places on Jorja makes her head spin and flight instincts activate. She’d noticed the sinfully sexy man when she first started her shift. But never in a millions years would she have imagined they’d be making out in the middle of her shift for all to see. When common sense takes hold and she pulls his skilled mouth away from hers she flees. She finds herself pleasantly surprised when Kian finds her later and extends an invitation she can’t resist. Kudos to Ms. Chenery for creating such a wonderful dynamic between Jorja and Kian! I loved seeing the masculine male fall under the spell of sweet and slightly shy Jorja. I really believed their whirlwind romance. Which was quite a feat considering this tale was sixty-five pages long. I’ll be the first to admit I’m a bit of a sucker for a were whose met their mate. It takes the concept of love at first sight to a whole other level. The sex between Kian and Jorja simmered up off the page, and the problems the couple faced had me worried about my HEA. ( Yes Ms. Chenery did her job well!) I would’ve liked to read more about what happened to the couple after the weekend, and how well Jorja assimilated into her new world. But all in all this was a great read. If you’re looking for something short and spicy this is the perfect choice.
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Wish this romance was bit longer(137pgs.) It was still a good,steamy story, with a bit of a twist to the wolf mating that was a good spin. I have read some of this author's ra's series, she is worth the read.
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Horrible
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not my cup of tea!