His newest partner is a unicorn, possibly the worst type of paranormal for work that often turns ugly and violent. Everyone knows unicorns are too delicate for such things. Then Anderson proves to be a unicorn like no other, the kind of partner Lynn has always wanted-the kind of partner he wishes was more. But if there's one thing he's learned, it's that the only thing harder to keep than a partner is a lover.
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This is a collection of vignettes starting with the meeting of the two MC’s, following the courtship as well as the working relationship between them and the friends and family around them. We get the pleasure of watching these two “people” meet, greet, love and argue and make up and ultimately marry and family. What I truly loved about these stories is we got a story. Not just Lynn and Anderson falling in love but a separate story, a real story. Not just fluff to fill space, which happens more than not. I love how these men have real job; they love/hate those jobs. They have real problems. And the details, just amazing, can I say, I want one of those cupcakes! The fact that this was no hold bar on magical creatures. How they mated, loved, friend, it really was a free for all. I really enjoyed how each vignette picked up right after the other so you didn’t miss any information. My only thing, I wish I had taken a break and not read straight through. I’m not sure, but it seems like these were released one part at a time, even though this is a 5 for sure, sitting down and reading all 340 plus pages, stage of life after stage, was daunting at times.
This is a collection of paranormal M/M romance novellas that feature the "Paranormal FBI" partners Lynn Seymour, a kraken shifter, and Anderson Meadows, a unicorn shifter. Soon into their first case together Lynn and Anderson begin a very delicious and dirty sexual relationship. I was enthralled with the variety and intensity of sexytimes these two got up to, especially as Lynn, being a kraken, can change his sex. Anderson seems to prefer the male Lynn, but he has no trouble loving up the lady bits either, when Lynn goes undercover. There are five or six novellas that follow "Wriggly" and "Sparkleson" as they build a life together, even if their work partnership fizzles. I really enjoyed their hi jinks and how they were smart investigators--and handled all the misadventures they got rolled up into, even by accident. I don't want to reveal all the fun stuff. I came into the book expecting to be amused, and that expectation was absolutely exceeded. Lynn is a wealthy kraken, who will spare no expense for his beautiful, snarky Sparkleson. Anderson had never planned to settle down, but he is enthralled by Lynn's possessiveness and deep affection. Oh, and the sex is phenomenal. Tentacles abound. And, later on, lady-bits, too. There's so much variety that Anderson never needs to look for another partner. Lynn's love for Anderson knows no limits and Anderson's amazed to realize this is the case for him, too. Expect meddling family, murderous family, snark, snark and more snark, spoiling of a unicorn, the thorough taking of one shifter by another on the regular, many solved crimes and bad guys brought to justice, and a happily ever after so sweet I need a dental x-ray.