I’ve been pretty sure Burke was my was my mate from the first time I saw him on the screen he and his brother were using to talk to each other from two different places. But as long as my leopard doesn’t smell him, I can give us both the time we need to get our lives together. The key is not meeting him physically, until the time is right. The day I walk into my best friend’s house and smell the most amazing scent on the air, I know that I’ve run out of time to get my crap figured out. In person, he’s everything I’ve ever dreamed he’d be. And I’m all too happy to claim him. But he’s been attacked by a shifter, and just found out he’s chosen. I don’t want to spring this on him too, and end up making him run back to Georgia, like he’s always threatening. What I don’t realize, is that my fear of scaring my mate, is actually breaking his heart. Can I make it right with Burke? And can I save him from a crazed, shifter stalker, who is convinced Burke is his?
I think I might be going crazy. Maybe it’s all the work. Maybe it’s my creepy, stalkerish lab partner. But only a mental break can explain said creepy lab partner’s face going all scary, and him attacking and biting me. Right? When I go to Purdy, Nebraska to get away from it all and visit my adopted brother Sutton, it comes with a special surprise. My brother’s best friend of five years. The one I’ve never actually met, but have been in constant battle with for almost as long. The man I’ve secretly had the biggest crush on, since the very first time he annoyed and then bossed me, while I was video chatting my brother. When I learn about shifters and mates, and what the mark on my rear-end is all about, I finally understand this draw I’ve always had to the annoying man. But if that is true, then why isn’t Foster saying anything? Am I alone in this crazy pull? And is it too much to ask for him to drop that stupid nickname, and continue to call me baby?
Warning: Mpreg elements!
Also, my books have little to no angst, and lots and lots of fluff! They are better read in order, because I kind of write them like a continuation of a story, and I don’t like to repeat explanations over and over if I can help it. No cheating, because that makes my heart hurt. Sorry, I just don’t want anyone being disappointed if they like the angst filled heart-rippers. These read more like a romantic comedy than a romantic drama.
Enjoy!! ::blowing you kisses::
While I’m not reviewing each book in the series – they are all really good! I think each book can be read on it’s own, but each book adds on to the one behind it – so you might as well read them all in order!
This time we have sweet Burke and Foster. Their story was set up in book 3 and pays off here. Burke is pretty hysterical and Foster doesn’t let him get away with a thing!
If you like mpreg – this series is all about that, but not in each book, specifically.
There is some shifting but not as much as I’d like, but each story is short so…
In any case these are fun, sexy and a quick light read.
3.75 (4) of 5 stars
Copy Purchased for Review