Monday, July 4, 2016

REVIEW Roar, Growl, & Kiss by Georgette St. Clair and Multi-Authors

Roar, Growl, & Kiss
Multi-Author Box Set
by Eliza Gayle, Hildie McQueen, Mina Carter,
Marina Maddix, Flora Dare, Jordan K. Rose,
Jessie Lane, Georgette St. Clair, Lynn Red, Celia Kyle 

From a pack of New York Times, USA Today and Amazon bestselling paranormal authors comes a collection of 10 shifter romances that will leave you howling for more! Grab it today before it’s gone forever! 
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Categories ~ paranormal romance

Walk on the Striped Side by Jessie Lane —Gage Ivanov is a stupid beast. He let the woman who should be his mate go because she couldn’t be told of his Other identity. Now Elena’s back, but she refuses to give in to his demands for her to be his mate. Does he have his claws in her for good? Or is she just yanking his tail? 

Alpha Wolf Rising by Eliza Gayle — Before she can become Alpha, Sierra must take a wolf mate. However, she's in love with two men, one of whom is strictly forbidden. When the pack is attacked and a temperamental stranger from the past threatens to send them spiraling apart, she must choose between love and duty. 

London Howl by HM McQueen — International settings, a super model wolf shifter and off the charts chemistry make this a sizzling read. 

Dragon’s Honor by Mina Carter — Misson: Protection duty. No one said anything about black magic or the most powerful magic of all. The call to mate... 

Bearly Hanging On by Marina Maddix — It may be against the rules, but when a hot eagle shifter lands at an exclusive resort, one employee really wants to ruffle his feathers. What’s a curvy kitty to do? 

Her Shifter Secret by Flora Dare — She's a witch trying to forget the past. He's a shifter who never wants to forget. But if they don't worry about their future...they won't have one. 

Maria & the Angel by Jordan K. Rose — If pack law requires every wolf to mate and mating an outsider is forbidden, why has fate bound Maria’s heart to an angel? 

Mate for a Month by Georgette St. Clair — Spoiled city girl Eileen Pennyroyal will do anything to seal a business deal that will win her father’s approval…but does that include a mating of convenience to a deeply damaged wolf shifter? Can Eileen convince semi-feral Marcus that he’s worth saving, before dark forces from his past come back to claim him for good? 

Werewolf Wedding by Lynn Red — Delilah is barely keeping her head above water. Jake is the reluctant alpha of a secretive pack of werewolves whose brother is gunning to take over the pack. When their worlds collide, will they survive? Or will they end up bait before there can be a werewolf wedding? 

Fast & the Furriest by Celia Kyle — One headline changed weretiger life forever: Ladies, like a tiger’s stripes? Tug his tail and keep him forever! Now Ares has a town of stripe-hunting women looking for a tiger’s tail to pull and… a full moon on the horizon. 

I do like a book by multi-authors. It gives you a chance to read new authors as well as some of your favorite ones.

Walk on the Striped Side by Jessie Lane —Gage may be a stupid beast but I really desired for him to get Elena, his mate, back. Elena is not only hurt but devastated and I don't blame her. She was a tough lady and I loved how she could take down the guys and wouldn't let Gage run all over her.

Alpha Wolf Rising by Eliza Gayle — This story is a home run. It's complex storyline presents a problem for Sierra soon to be alpha, who must choose a mate but she wants two mates. I find it a very hot read and the love and tension between Sierra, Nolan, Marek is delicious. Don't forget the bad guy who wants her and who just might not be what he appears.....

London Howl by HM McQueen — Great setup for this story with super model wolf shifter, David hiring Genise to be his fake girlfriend. I do like the surprise at the end of why he really needed a girlfriend. It made my day and made me all starry eyed. 

Dragon’s Honor by Mina Carter — Very, very cool storyline with Baron and Duke, shadow-dragons, going under cover to protect Honor. The author 's description of how the shadow-dragons work was amazing and it was great to continue to read about it throughout the story. 

Bearly Hanging On by Marina Maddix — Set in the 80's this unique story is about Chet a beat shifter who is a Don Johnson wannabe and curvy punk Crystal. It's about making choices and doing what is right for you even if it means exile from those you love.

Her Shifter Secret by Flora Dare — A beautiful story of redemption for Danae and Liam. This is a twisted story of actions, fates and the end results years later that held them suspended in their lives.

Maria & the Angel by Jordan K. Rose — Maria’s heart belongs to Dante her guardian angel but he is forbidden. This heartbreaking story made me cry. It's like many stories where loved ones give up on each other because it's too painful to be together. It will wring your heart and then make you smile.

Mate for a Month by Georgette St. Clair — Eileen decides she will help semi-feral Marcus but they both struggle to be around each other. Watching Eileen grow from spoiled rich girl to a women who loves her life was enriching. Watching her open her heart to Marcus and try to help him was heart warming. This is a feel good read.

Werewolf Wedding by Lynn Red — Delilah and Jake have a very interesting relationship when he hires her to do a sculpture and his brother decides to steal her away. This is an action packed story with some mating going on.

Fast & the Furriest by Celia Kyle — Ares is a very pissed tiger and it's all his mates fault. Zoe gets stuck in a way she never expected. She cares for Ares but some information gets out and it looks like she did it. So the reader is taken through the story which gives the truth to what happened and also brings the mates together to work out the issues and try to regain trust.

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