Blurb: When mysterious Damian MacGowan saves Suzanne Wood from a gang of thugs in a small Scotland town, she's beyond grateful. But his possessive need to be near her troubles her. Damian doesn’t understand why he’s drawn to Suzanne. He knows only that he must have her, or he will die. As the two get to know each other, love blossoms. But Damian has a secret, and an enemy, that may keep him from Suzanne forever.
Review: All in all not a bad read. Although the hero came across with some very un-hero like qualities at first--very aggressive and dominate--The first time he meets the heroine he basically tries to drag her off to the bedroom without even stopping to get her name, he was able to redeem himself for the most part.
I laughed at the reference to the heroine being "very hairy" in areas most women trim up. I got a vivid mental image when the hero "laced his fingers through the thick hair". And a side splitting chuckled when the heroine said.... “Hairy.” She squeezed her eyes shut. “I’m too hairy down there.” LOL!!!
As I said...all in all not a bad little read :)
My Lord Werewolf
Blurb: A dark tale resides in the heart of England, the Cotswolds. Lord Connor Wolfe, Earl of Wolfhaven, lives in solitude within his ancestral home. Connor, the last of the bloodline, has vowed never to marry and produce an heir, for the earl holds a dark curse. He is a creature of the full moon—a werewolf.
Review: Once I got into this one I liked it. The beginning was a bit slow. I had some trouble getting involved with the characters due to all the internal thought and lack of dialogue. Once the story got going it was good but I found myself wishing it had "started" a bit sooner.
Together these two make for a satisfying Halloween anthology that will temp, tease and please any paranormal lover.