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review 2018-12-10 11:00
4 STAR Release Week Review! Entry Shock (Rogue Rescue #3) Mia West!

 

Hello Reader! Thank for joining me! Today I have for you, a review of a m/m paranormal shifter romance with some surprising but sexy shifter types!

 

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 


An unexpected entry…

 

Shark shifter Ian Mackey works alone.

His job is important: to protect the guys in his covert rescue swimmer unit—from predators, from the press, from each other.

 

So what if he lives alone, too? And eats alone? And sleeps alone?

Solitude works for him. Lets him focus on the job and a few favorite extracurriculars.

 

The last thing he needs is a rescue partner.

Especially one who’s prickly and stubborn and distractingly hot.

And who intends to evade Mackey in the water and out.

 

A shock to the system…

 

Trick Harper doesn’t need a damned babysitter.

He’s a veteran rescue shifter. He embraces the mission, he gets the job done, and his deafness is an asset.

 

So what if he does things his own way? Goes a little off-plan? Gets creative?Autonomy works for him. Or it did, until the one time it didn’t.

 

Now he’s chained to another shark, a hulking bruiser who pushes every button Trick’s got.

 

Especially the ones that haven’t been touched in a while.

If Mackey takes matters into his big, scarred hands, ignoring him is going to be impossible.

 

ENTRY SHOCK is the 3rd novel in the ROGUE RESCUE series, steamy paranormal romances featuring marine-shifter heroes:


1. COURSE CORRECTION
2. CRUSH DEPTH
3. ENTRY SHOCK

 

ROGUE RESCUE Series
Saving lives is their mission.
Saving each other will be far more dangerous.

 

ROGUE RESCUE is a companion series to GRIZZLY RIM.

 

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The newest Rogue Rescue romance shocks readers with gripping emotions and thrilling suspense. Ian and Trick are two strong, captivating males that easily draw readers into their story. The relationship starts off with a hurdle to be overcome but then both move on the sizzling heat that burns between them while trying to adjust to the changes in their lives and on the team. The romance is sweet but with lots of emotional turmoil that adds depth and makes it easy for the readers to understand where these characters are coming from. Ian’s past plays a major part of the emotional turmoil and Trick is fundamental in adding a positive influence in Ian’s emotional issues, which surprises readers as well as the characters. There is a bit of a lopsided view of this couple as readers are given more detail about Ian and less about Trick, which readers may feel would make the romance a bit better, but doesn’t stop them from enjoying it.

 

The story is fast paced and flows smoothly from the pages with their searing romance but with added excitement of death defying rescue missions and an unexpected twists that answers some questions regarding Ian but adds more in relation to the team. The unique shifters and their roles in this fascinating world makes for a really great change in shifter romances and the author brings it all to vivid life with great detailing that makes it easy for the readers to imagine each and every scene. This romance can be read as a standalone story, but readers may find that reading the previous books gives them a better understanding of this fascinating world as the conclusion definitely lets readers know that there is more going on.

 

 

 

 


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Author's Book Page -
http://www.miawest.com/books/rogue-rescue-series/rogue-rescue-03-entry-shock/

 

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42377644-entry-shock

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/books/entry-shock-rogue-rescue-book-3-by-mia-west

 

Riffle - https://www.rifflebooks.com/books/1030238

 

BookLikes - http://booklikes.com/entry-shock-mia-west/book,13993377

 

 

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Saving lives is their mission. Saving each other will be far more dangerous.

 

Rogue Rescue features marine-shifter heroes:

 

Entry Shock is the 3rd book to the Rogue Resuce series.

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/series/236776-rogue-rescue

 

Author - http://www.miawest.com/books/rogue-rescue-series/

 

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JMFMLYW?ref=series_rw_dp_labf

 

 

1 Course Correction
2 Crush Depth
3 Entry Shock

 

 

The Rogue Rescue series is a companion series to the Grizzly Rim series

 

http://www.miawest.com/books/grizzly-rim-series/

 


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Entry Shock is AVAILABLE in ebook

 

Amazon - https://amzn.to/2S5NDmf

 

 

in print

 

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/172891650X

 

 

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I strike rough heroes against each other until they spark. I write paranormal and historical romance, with plans to merge the two within my Storm’s Edge universe. When not writing, I love to read, hike, and travel. I take my wine red, my whisky rye, and my brownie from the middle of the pan.


CONNECTIONS

 

 

Website - http://miawest.com/

 

Sign up for new release alerts - http://eepurl.com/LtFAf

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7729990.Mia_West

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/mia-west

 

BookSprout - https://booksprout.co/author/193/mia-west

 

Twitter - https://twitter.com/miawestwrites

 

 


IT WAS GREAT SHARING ENTRY SHOCK WITH YOU TODAY! THANKS FOR VISITING AND I HOPE YOU FOUND A GREAT READ FOR YOU READING PLEASURE!

 

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review 2016-12-30 00:00
Los Delfines De Laurentum/the Dolphins Of Laurentum
Los Delfines De Laurentum/the Dolphins O... Los Delfines De Laurentum/the Dolphins Of Laurentum - Caroline Lawrence While finding out about Lupo's past is interesting, there isn't much mystery in this book. Everything more or less solves itself without any detective work.
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review 2016-09-27 18:45
In the Company of Dolphins: A Memoir - Irwin Shaw

Shaw’s book is essentially a brief log describing a summer family sailing trip across the Mediterranean during the early 1960s. Each chapter offers a brief journal-like description of a particular stop along the journey, which took the family across southern France, Italy, Greece and Yugoslavia. Rather than providing a traditional guided reflection of noteworthy sights and sounds, Shaw offers simple impressions of place and snippets of his personal interactions with various locals, as well as named and unnamed celebrities. 

 

The book reads like a scrapbook of reflections. The reader can’t help but picture Shaw himself revisiting this journal, looking back and reminding himself of this place and that, strange encounters and the fun had by all. Some descriptions are purposefully left obscure, yet are still retained. There is personal significance in what’s stated, and because of this, the reader can at times feel left out of the loop. 

 

However, Shaw’s book does provide important insights into foreigner-native exchanges and how these interactions are affected by the class distinctions present during the mid-twentieth century. In this respect, Shaw’s little journal holds an important significance for the modern scholarly reader. 

 

Copy provided by NetGalley

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review 2016-08-14 14:07
Review: In The Company of Dolphins
In the Company of Dolphins: A Memoir - Irwin Shaw

See my full review on my blog Mystereity Reviews

When I read the description of In The Company Of Dolphins, I thought it was a travel guide. I was completely mistaken, and I was not disappointed. In The Company Of Dolphins is so much more than a travel guide; it is a fascinating look back, not only to the exotic ports of call but also on the life and times of a brilliant author.

The book, originally published in the mid 1960s, is a memoir of author Irwin Shaw's cruise around the Mediterranean on a chartered boat. As a boy growing up in Brooklyn in the early part of the 20th century, he would look out at the boats moored in the harbor and dream of cruising the world. Decades later, his dream came true; he chartered a boat and sailed along the coast of Italy from St. Tropez ("...there is a whiff of Sodom and Gomorrah to it, and a little of a superb detention home for delinquent girls") to Monte Carlo, ("It is all very much like a camp for condemned millionaires") around Italy's boot to Yugoslavia and up to Venice.

Shaw's style of writing is engaging; you almost feel as though you're sitting in a little cafe with him, listening to his stories of sailing around Italy and Yugoslavia. I was taken in from the beginning, and I enjoyed experiencing the beautiful locations not only through his eyes, but also through the romantic rose-colored glasses that comes only by looking back fondly on by-gone times.

A short biography is incuded at the end of the book, and what an interesting life he led. Besides his many successful novels (including the WWII epic The Young Lions,) he was also a WWII veteran, having served in North Africa and Europe, and was a photographer who documented many important moments in the war, beginning with D-Day.

In The Company of Dolphins is a captivating and engrossing memoir, and a perfect read during an afternoon at the pool.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for my honest opinion.

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review 2016-08-10 00:00
Island of the Blue Dolphins
Island of the Blue Dolphins - Scott O'Dell Another childhood classic.
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