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review 2018-07-18 20:53
Squeak And A Roar (Midnight Matings #1) by Joyee Flynn Review
Squeak And A Roar - Joyee Flynn

The paranormal world is in chaos. The elders are tired of their younger people playing the field, causing trouble, and fighting with each other. Everyone who attends the UPAC Conference now has twenty-four hours to claim a mate of a different species. If they don't, they will never have a mate. The spell is cast. There is no escaping the Midnight Matings. Software developer Gavin Ashby is perfectly happy with his life. He finds other people annoying after being around them for only a short period of time, and having a mate sounds like pure torture to him. Video game tester Ant Marino is satisfied with his quiet, solitary life. After being accosted and almost forcibly mated, he meets the aloof but handsome Gavin. Neither Ant nor Gavin are prepared for the feelings that arise. Will the two men continue to dance around each other or will they pounce on love and never let it go.




I am a sucker for unusual shifters and it is even better and here we get a mouse shifter (yay!) and lion shifter.

Ant and Gavin. Here is the thing. Gavin is a jerk. Now, he was raised to be that way but it is still annoying. However, he does learn and improve. But, yeah, he is mean and knee jerk to often.

Ant is much better character. Willing to make the best of a bad situation and supportive. Brave.

We get to spend time with the Pride which really who cares? Jerky Pride. Politics. Bleh. 

I would have loved to spend time in mouse culture with the Mischief. 

So, not great but I might try another in this multi author series because bunny shifter.

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review 2018-02-09 00:00
Roar - Cora Carmack 2 stars

People are not recipes to be carefully measured and mixed together. Life is imprecise and messy.
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review 2017-09-16 00:00
Roar - Cora Carmack Q:
She rode well, he begrudgingly admitted. In the beginning, he had watched her for any sign that she might change her mind. There had been a moment when Roar turned back to gaze at the shrinking city that had made him hope she would reconsider. But after a long, lingering look, she’d faced forward, leaned into the wind, and picked up her pace. And from that point on, the only times she had looked back had been with caution, as though she expected a storm to come barreling after them at any moment.
... Little by little, her nervous glances backward lessened, so that by the time they stopped to eat and rest at a spot known as Death’s Spine, she appeared completely at ease. Almost … giddy.
...But his eyes kept wandering to where Roar walked along the rocky line of sandstone that gave this area its name. Death’s Spine was the unofficial end of Pavan territory, and from this point on it was them versus the wildlands. There was something captivating about Roar, standing upon that dividing line—framed by civilization on one side and wild terrain on the other. She stared out at the surrounding land, hair blowing in the breeze, taking it all in like she was tasting joy for the first time. He blamed Jinx’s earth magic; when she worked it always seemed to affect more than just whatever plant she was focused on. The sun shone a little brighter, the grass appeared greener, even the breeze seemed to luxuriate in the presence of magic, curling indulgently around them. (c)
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review 2017-08-22 17:39
Roar by Cora Carmack
Roar - Cora Carmack

Well, this book was surprisingly good! I say that only because it took me ages to get past the first few chapters. I don't know if I wasn't feeling it at first, or if the book is just slow at the beginning, but once Aurora sets off on her grand adventure things get amazing! I loved every minute after that.


To Cora Carmack, I say thank you for writing such a fierce, yet realistic woman. One who carries the scars of her past, and is strong enough to move forward. I also thank her for writing a male interest who was anything but typical. Locke is a man who understands his power, understands Aurora's hurt, and takes that all into consideration. The spark between them felt real to me, and watching it grow made me smile.


I loved this! I hope the follow up comes soon!

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review 2017-08-22 15:52
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Shifter Woods: Roar (Esposito County Shifters #2) by Nicola Cameron
Shifter Woods: Roar - Nicola Cameron
Shifter Woods: Roar is the second novella in the Esposito County Shifters series, and this time the story focuses on Gavin, the photographer who went with Laurie in novella one. They both go their separate ways in a bid to find freedom when they get shot at by those they are investigating. Gavin ends up finding the home of Mike, a bear shifter. The attraction is there straight away, but how will Gavin react to Mike being a shifter. He finds out with the help of a friendly ghost, so all in all, Gavin's life is turned upside down pretty quickly.
Fast paced, fun, action-packed, and steamy in places, Roar is a brilliant book that gives you the story from the "opposite side". It was nice to see Laurie through Gavin's eyes too. With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, this is an excellent book if you are after something on the shorter side that still packs a punch. Definitely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
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#M_M, #Paranormal, #Romance, 4 out of 5 (very good)

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