Tempting the Enemy (Resurrection, #1)
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 229
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
While I enjoyed the book I did not like that it read like the continuation of a series rather than the first book. I was dumped in the middle of a story with absolutely no explanation of how it got there, where there was and the circumstances surrounding my characters. Even at the end explanation...
Can't believe I missed this series. Thanks to certain people on twitter talking about Bear Shifters (barely mentioned) but apparently they come up later in this world I decided to give it a try. Very complex world with different supernatural beings. Some very isolated cult-like organizations and ...
I expected hot and sexy. I got imaginative and emotional as well. Great story.
My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/new-reviews/tempting-the-enemy-by-dee-tenorioDetective Pale Rysen knows what it’s like to be hunted. That’s why he, the Alpha Wolf, has dedicated his life to protecting and rescuing others. But when a serial killer know...
I was strongly reminded of the Psy/Changeling series, one of my favourites, by Nalini Singh especially the first book Slave to Sensation, when reading Tempting the Enemy. The Sibile are comparable to the Psy, they believe themselves to be the superior race with incredible psychic abilities and look ...
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