RELEASE DATE: December 29th, 2015
BLURB: For months Caleb Falcon has been avoiding a real estate mogul from Atlanta who’s been trying to buy his ancestral lands in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Falcon, a bear shifter and the town sheriff, wants only to be left alone and he’s not looking to make any changes in his life in the foreseeable future. That is, until he stops a big, expensive SUV flying up the mountain road to Falcon’s Ridge and meets its sexy driver, Connor Rhodes. Falcon knows instantly that Connor is his mate, but he also learns that Connor is the son of the real estate developer who’s after his land, and that he hates being in the country with no city conveniences and no electronics that work. A romance between them has no chance of working out.
Connor is struggling with his feelings too, but he’s up for a sexy fling with the handsome, burly cop, and he’s sure he can simply walk away when it’s time to go back home. They both try to ignore their feelings for each other and the passion that has ignited between them, but the urge to mate is growing worse every day, and if Connor doesn’t stop flaunting his body in that skimpy underwear, Falcon won’t be responsible for what happens. They both have to learn to face the truth about themselves and find their own inner strengths before they can come together, and discover that the mutual attraction they feel isn’t just a pleasant diversion, but a love that will change both of their lives forever.
Dayyyyyyuuuuuuummmmmm, did you see that cover?…..and the book was even better!
This was exactly what I was looking for in a paranormal romance and the author delivered that sweet, golden, enticing honey, that no bear or reader could possibly resist, BIG TIME – I loved it.
The blurb really does cover the storyline exceedingly well, so I’m not going to repeat. What it doesn’t cover is the dynamics between Connor and Falcon, Susan Scott wrote two sexy, so-meant-to-be-together couple, that I got totally emerged in their storyline, I really didn’t want to put the book down. I knew how it was going to turn out (she would have lost a reader if it didn’t go the way I expected) and that made it so much more enjoyable to read. The supporting characters were great and deserve their own stories, especially Blake and Gabe (hint, hint). I’m also going to include the two rogue bears in that statement, what’s going on there? I must admit that I don’t know, but you can bet your bottom dollar that it’s not going to be good!
If I’m going to be really critical and I feel mean about mentioning it as I loved the book so much, but I would have loved more background on Connor’s dad. What’s he really up to? and I’m hoping to hear more about him in the next book – that man is not going to give up getting his hands on Falcon’s lands – bring it on! Falcon is waiting and so am I, so Ms Scott……get writing and get the next book out!
Five large enormous honey jar stars from me.