I recommend as enjoyable! Heroine, convinced she’s still dead, decides she’s not going to hell before seducing the feline-human angel looking down at her. The part-animal hero, having restarted her heart, loses his to her aggressive demands for a kiss and a fuck (denied, not that they didn’t try). He’s addicted, but she’s given up on commitments. So, there’s only one thing he can think of doing to keep her permanently locked down.
Tiger by Laurann Dohner
“She isn’t with a male. I thought she might want one.”
“Yes. She is.” Tiger’s voice deepened. “She’s mine.”
“Your scent isn’t on her.”
“My mark is.”
“How did you lure her into being yours?”
I recommend as awesome! Part panther hero gets help disconnecting from his workaholic lifestyle by a purrrfectly feisty female…who won’t do as he says, drives him to distraction/destruction (warning: multiple beds were rendered in the plot of this story), and scares the scat out of everyone when she’s armed, particularly those on her side. Given no choice, he finds blissful peace by keeping her busy under him.
Justice by Laurann Dohner
“I’m going to fuck you. You wanted to see the real me.” His chin lifted and he spread his arms open. “Here I am, baby.”
Oh shit. Well, I said I wanted him to stop holding back.
I recommend as entertaining/enjoyable! Heroine, having survived marital rape and multiple attempts by her father to give her the death penalty, finds happiness in the hero’s various cages. No seriously…CAGES. The hero, a former-slave-turned-vigilante, gradually works his way through the learning curve that his borderline-abusive-obsessive-possession of the heroine is counter-productive in a mutually-supportive relationship.
Price of Freedom by Joanna Wylde
His face leaned in to her ear and he whispered, “Behave.”
She nodded, but he didn’t reply. Instead he kept his head lowered to hers, inhaling deeply as if drinking in her scent.
I recommend as entertaining! Hero gargoyle will not rest until finished. In this case…the heroine’s lap dance.
Lap Dance by Sally Painter
“This is not personal,” she said.
“Wanna bet?” he asked with a deep chuckle.