Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Review: Primal Instinct by Helen Hardt

Primal Instinct by Helen Hardt

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Erotic Romance

Heat Rating: 4



The Rocky Mountains are the perfect place for Erin Monroe to contemplate life as a permanent single—until she meets Nick Foster and Landon Kay. One dark, one blond, both gorgeous--they saunter toward her as though they're used to getting exactly what they want. And they want Erin. The primal attraction is hard to resist and instinct tells her to let them have their way. But are these sexy creatures truly what they seem?

LynnMarie’s Review

Primal Instinct is a short story that packs a full blown erotic punch. It’s a paranormal tale with a likeable heroine and her two lion shifter hunks.

Erin has taken time off work to escape to a mountain retreat to unwind. She’s tired of meeting losers and decides she might as well stay single for the rest of her life. When two impossibly gorgeous men seduce her, her body goes along for the trip, even though her mind continues to nag her.

The sex was steaming hot and even taught me a new thing or two, which says a lot. For a short story there is a decent plot and full rounded feeling after the two dominant men reveal their heritage to their human mate.

For an erotic escape with paranormal elements, Primal Instinct is a good choice and can be had in one or two sittings.

4 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Helen Hardt said...

Thank you for the wonderful review, LynnMarie!



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