Book paranormal dating service
She has been invited to a wedding, but so has the ex-husband she hates, but that everyone adores. What she does not know is that she runs a paranormal dating agency.Worst of all is the fact that she doesn't have a date. Theron and Connor are alpha shifters looking for a mate. The characters are well thought out, and I just loved the story. Combined with two hot shifters and you have an explosive cocktail of a story.But when Theron and Conner see Tally in the elevator on their what to their aunt Gerri's they know that she's the one for there triad. Warning you will need a fan a cold drink and a change of panties afterwards. I wish i could have my own Connor and Theron, wow the way they work together and how they handle things.Only problem is Tallys been hurt so bad before and she doesn't think she deserves to be happy with a guy let alone two sexy as shell wolf's. Tally isn't used to the shifter way she doesn't know if she can mate with two me because you know it's a little weird to her. Talia was a interesting character she had bad luck with men, so has concerns about getting involved with not one but two men and we see her stand up for herself This was a great hot and steamy read, some action and some interesting concepts and conversations and look forward to more books I really liked this book, having "said" ( writing this) I have a question well maybe two or more Questions #1 is there a manual for author ?
Enjoy4 🌟 for Twice the Growl by Milly Taiden Genre: Paranormal, Ménage, Shifters, Erotic Series: Paranormal Dating Agency Audience: 18 Synopsis: Talia is desperate.
By the way if you have not read any of her books, well then you are missing out. The thing I loved about the narrator was she done an amazing job pulling you into the story.
Listen to her you were able to feel the emotion the character felt and I loved how she was able to change her voice with each character.
Authors Warning to readers: This book contains lots of scorching sex (including a threesome so hot it will make your ereader sizzle), adult language (hanky panky with no dirty talk is no fun), and violence.
If this is not the kind of stuff you like to read, skip this book.
The emotional development of the characters resembled the flipping of a light switch and also managed to be implausibly contradictory on the female's side (she's been told she's aggressive/bossy? I sort of understand the place of shifter fiction in romance.