Falke's Peak by Anna Leigh Keaton and Madison Layle
Dakota Tokala was vacationing with her best friend and her boyfriend. So feeling like a third wheel, Dakota decided to go to Catamount Outfitters to hire a guide for a wilderness excursion. She gets a guide, Axel and his pet cougar, Falke. Falke is actually Axel's twin brother, Gunnar. Both brothers can shift into cougars.
Axel and Gunnar have a rule of paws off for clients, but there is something different about Dakota. They think Dakota could be their mate. During a avalanche, Gunnar has to reveal himself to Dakota to get her to safety. When she realizes there is two men in the shelter with her, she wonders where the other man came from. So they have to tell her about them and Falke.
This was a great read. I really loved the character Falke. In this story he is played by Gunnar but Axel played him once. Falke was just so cute and loveable. I hope the author is considering making this a series since there is the other brothers that need mates. This was a great quick read. If you love paranormals and stories with happy endings, this one is for you.
You can buy the book here. This is a Carina Press book. I reviewed this book from Netgalley.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Posted by Amy S. at 6:48 AM
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Contest at this link for gift cards to celebrate the release of My Demon Saint by R. G. Alexander.
My Demon Saint
Shifting Reality, Book 2
Saint is half human, half demon…all trouble. With his roommate Thomas mated to Margo, and Mac on one of those long, lonely, feeling-eternally-sorry-for-yourself vampire vacations, Saint is on his own and restless.
A lovesick shifter’s request to locate a woman isn’t exactly his idea of fun—he’s no matchmaker—but he agrees. And finds not only his quarry, but a whole lot more than he bargained for: a top player in his own online game that, until now, has somehow escaped his notice. A woman so tempting that when she touches the keyboard with her fingertips, he can feel it right down to his bones.
Housebound for the last few years due to an accident, Ume’s only distraction from the endless physical therapy sessions has been an online role-playing game. When she logs in this time, though, something is different. She finds herself lost in the game—literally—and falling for a mysterious warrior on her way to face the Demon King in his lair.
And that’s before it gets weird.
Posted by Amy S. at 7:19 PM