Publish date: June 1st 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Pages no: 78
Edition language: English
Series: Romanus (#1)
I have to admit I'm a little taken aback by how I'm feeling about this story. I was sure this would be a win. I love Mary Calmes and Greg Tremblay narrating one of here books is a sure thing and trust me it's not the gargoyles because hell, when my son was little I sat and happily watched that carto...
Re- read. Before getting into the next book. Because I'm forgetful like that. This is gargoyle shifter story. Very original. Not like I have ever read before. I really liked the chemistry between them. If it's PNR, I welcome insta-love all the way. Yum!
The perfect narration of Greg Tremblay was the only reason I didn’t DNF this one.I can do shifter stories, but this gargoyle story was confusing and just plain weird.Firefighter Mason encounters a naked old man in the streets. He gets the man to get into his truck and takes him home. He gets taken t...
Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted the AUDIO file of this book. Mason discovers a naked old man wandering the roads and takes him home. MAson then finds himself in the middle of the stuff of nightmares. SHORT!!! SO FREAKING SHORT!! This is an audio review, and I find I cann...
I love gargoyles! Add to that, the story is set in Kentucky. Hooterville (aka Nicholasville) was mentioned once, too. So this is a short shifter story. Not a mates insta-love story, but a pretty strong dose of insta-lust. And it has gargoyles. 3.5 rounded up for the gargoyles. Did I mention I love g...