A paranormal category romance novella from Entangled's Covet imprint...
To lead a lycan into temptation...
Detective Astrid Holmes is a sensitive with the gift of being able to sense the presence and powers of Otherworlders. But when a vampire turns up dead and key evidence disappears, Astrid is pulled from both the case and Chicago Police's "freak squad" Paranormal Unit. Now she's out to clear her name....and there's only one man who can help her.
Mason Sanderson is an investigator with the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency-and a lycan with a few control issues. While Mason needs Astrid's help almost as much she needs his, he can't afford any wildcards. As it is, he's already playing with fire...the kind that led to a sizzling kiss at last year's Christmas party.
But this killer will do anything to get away with murder...and the only thing standing between Astrid and disaster is one seriously bad-ass lycan.
Previously released on Entangled's Ever After imprint - January 2013
|Publisher:||Entangled Publishing, LLC|
|Series:||Otherworlder Enforcement Agency , #3|
|File size:||2 MB|
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Still waiting for that Lycan to be Unleashed .Good solid concept and characters, which initially started off really strong, but was a little disappointing in the long run. It felt as if every time the plot set off at a faster pace the author would reign it back in and jump to the next chapter or sub-plot. The flow between chapters was awkward and off. The plot could have been more developed. The build up to the sex culminated with a rather boring experience. I mean come on, you have a hot lycan and a gal just waiting to be his hot fudge sundae and instead the reader gets a mild meoww rather than the expected roar. All the ingredients for an exciting supernatural are there, the author just needs to polish the edges and delve deeper. More emotion and a lot more wild seductive abandonment. I like the ideas and hope the next book is a better indicator of what the author is really capable of. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley for my review.