Synopsis: Desire is released in these original stories by four masters of paranormal romance.
Angela Knight revisits the world of Guardian and genetically engineered Temporal Enforcers Dona and Alerio who combine their talents—and fight their passions—as they investigate a time-travel murder spree.
Jennifer Ashley continues her Shifters Unbound series as Bear Shifter Cormac is determined to take single mom Nell as his mate, despite her objections—until her sons are endangered and she desperately needs help.
Jean Johnson returns to her Vulland Chronicles: On the run after being falsely accused of treason, ex-prince Kiereseth and his companion Vielle take refuge in a snow-bound cabin—and in each other’s arms.
Hanna Martine expands on the fascinating world she introduced in Liquid Lies. After dissolving their arranged marriage so he can win her on his own terms, Ofarian guard David pairs up with the heartbroken Kelsey to try to thwart an enemy to their race.
Review: Angela Knight
This novella is the longest in the novel, making almost half of the anthology. It also allows us to discover a complete story and an intriguing world. Indeed, we follow Dona, a young woman abused by life and who tries to regain her footing as best she can, although all this is very difficult.
I loved to follow her. She seems very strong when we meet her at first, but she is actually much more sensitive and fragile than we might think. We can also find it out through the chapters, while understanding the reasons.
I do not know anything about this author and I must admit that I was completely swept away. This is however not my favorite story but I’m curious to see what we will have for a whole volume of this series.
Another author and series that I never had the opportunity to try but even if the story was a bit less interesting than the first one, it was really nice to discover it. I thought it was different to feature bears and I had a great desire to discover more about them.
I’ve read several novels of this author and although I do not think I’ve read this series, I found the story pretty cute. It is not very long, but it allows us to witness the coming together of two very different characters.
It was a nice and fast story but once again it was a discovery for me.