I recommend as enjoyable…heroine discovers her genetic mate is an arrogant, possessive, jerk. When he gets kidnapped, she tries to save him against his orders, and…gets punished for it. Orgasmically.
Primal Encounter by Rebecca Airies
“Tell me the truth.” He caught her and pulled her back into his side. His lips curved into a smile. “And do it quietly. We’re escaping.”
She rolled her eyes.
For unknown reasons, the sale of this book has been restricted. The copy I purchased had no loan restrictions placed on it, so if you are very curious to read it, contact me and we can work out a temporary loan. -BZ
I recommend as entertaining…Human female turned pet discovers it’s hard to act intelligent when you’re getting bopped on the nose for not sleeping on the floor. Once her owner goes into heat, he finds himself in an awkward position with his new pet.
Bay’s Mercenary by C. L. Scholey
Pencil in hand, Bay almost panicked when Zane walked over and gaped at her, wide-eyed and open- mouthed—until she stuck the pencil between her teeth and chewed it. Zane wrestled it away and shook it off, marching from the room in a huff, declaring it covered in female Earth slobber.
I recommend as AWESOME! But I’m biased, somewhat under duress, and will not mention what didn’t happen that time the author kidnapped me in college. Long story. Anyways, let’s see…A hero struggles against ADHD…nice paint in this room, dark, foreboding, acrylic…family problems, and the painful end to adolescence as an older teenager when his father-figure taps into his gaming addiction and offers him the opportunity of a lifetime. After the heroine sets up the gaming unit for this dream job, he stalks her until she finally talks to him (“go away”). He doesn’t follow directions well, so the cascade of events from the information flow between the two showers down like hellfire from the sky. This book is so frighteningly predictive of the events in our times, I worry that either Edward Snowden read the final draft or the author is capable of reading minds…squirrel?
Playing Tyler by T.L. Costa
“And I know in gaming, if you go at a level enough, you’ll beat it. So hopefully the same rules apply to girls.”