I recommend as enjoyable! Gullible heroine defends the helpless and, as no good deed goes unpunished, becomes a guinea pig (not literally) to save the man-wolf she loves. Once captured, her handler wants her dead, and everyone else could care less what the truth is…even if it kicked them in the testicles. Said wolf-man hates her, wants her, thinks she’s a psychotic liar, wants her, can’t believe her, wants her, hides her, wants her…well, men are kind of stupid that way, no matter what species. In the end, she’s a saint, and he’s hump-rrr-ifically-happy.
True by Laurann Dohner
“They work for us, deal with the humans.”
“I don’t want them near her. They didn’t believe what she said, but I do.”
“He is highly attracted to her,” Book whispered. “Look at how tense he is and the protective stance. Don’t get too close to her again, Darkness.”
True growled, turning his head to shoot the male a dirty look. “This isn’t about attraction. It’s about a debt. I owe her enough to prove her innocence. She can’t do that from Fuller.”
Book lifted his hands, palms out. “She smells good. I totally understand the desire to just take her home with you. I’ve been there myself. She is out cold, so easy to just pick up and walk off with, and you probably imagine she’ll wake happy to be naked in your bed.”
I recommend as entertaining…for the adventurous from vanilla. Dystopian heroine of the future, spellbound by her home’s unique history, follows a previous owner’s profession and finds fulfillment in punishing the lousy boyfriend (and men in general–big surprise). Got a troublesome coworker that needs to be brought to heel? Here’s the vicarious read for you!
Pandora by Slave Nano
Pandora smiled. Fates, my arse, she thought to herself. Oh well, that’s one slave out of the way for a bit and just in time to prepare for my next appointment.
I recommend as awesome! Seven years after a bitter breakup, the hero takes advantage of the first opportunity to get the object of his obsession under his command. The heroine, broken and rebuilt, jumps at the chance to go under his 2nd in command instead. Who happens to switch “command” with his superior. Yeah, she’s screwed. That part doesn’t bother her…losing her heart again…that’s not happening without a battle.
Undercover by Lauren Dane
He heard Ash speak to Sera. “You play with fire, beautiful. Do you know what you look like there? Makes me crazy.”
“I’m just doing my job.” She’d even managed to inject a bit of sarcasm into her thoughts, and it made Brandt laugh.
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