As a well-respected dominant, Ellery has been watching the subs from the local leather bars disappear into the lions’ den for far too long, and he’s not convinced that everything is as fine as they all claim it is. He’s determined to find out what really happens in there. If the only way he can... show more
As a well-respected dominant, Ellery has been watching the subs from the local leather bars disappear into the lions’ den for far too long, and he’s not convinced that everything is as fine as they all claim it is. He’s determined to find out what really happens in there. If the only way he can do that is to volunteer to be thrown to the lions himself, so be it. Kefir’s never worked out what the other lions find so interesting about the human sacrifices who visit their den, but this new man is unlike any other human he’s ever met, and Kefir’s captivated. Can the smallest lion in the pride claim a man like Ellery as his pet—is that even the way Kefir wants to think of his human mate?
Publish date: October 6th 2010
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Pages no: 127
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
, M M Paranormal
Series: Thrown to the Lions (#3)
I almost didn't read this after reading the first book of the series and finding that it fell a bit flat for me. Because of that I was reluctant to read this even though I already loved Kefir from book 1 and decided to skip book 2 altogether. I was worried that in so doing I would miss some key poin...
Upside down cake.Yep! Just when the world of werelions seemed clear--there's the exception. And quite exceptional is he: Kefir. The sweetest, most adorable and charmingly, not annoyingly, naive creature I've read in a long while. True innocence is like a Holy Grail; it always seems so contrived, but...
I really wanted to like this because I loved Kefir in the first two books. But with almost every sentence, he is presented as an animal, and I had a very hard time picturing him as a man at all. Even the cover shows him acting like an animal. I just couldn't get the image of him acting like a "kitt...
Kefir was always a favourite character in previous books, so I was very pleased to finally read his story. I still love Kefir but just couldn't warm up to Ellery and that marred my enjoyment of his story. This book was also rife with the terms "the dominant" and "the submissive", which is a HUGE pet...
My favorite in this series. Kefir was so sweet and adorable and Ellery was the perfect dom for him. They fit perfectly. Loved how protective they were of each other.If you enjoy this one, Ellery and Kefir also show up in the next book and they continue their HEA.