Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Review: Sinful Ella and the Wolf by J.Rose Allister

Sinful Ella and the Wolf by J.Rose Allister

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Why is The Prince of Frey suddenly unable to control the dark secret that could destroy him? When his wolf begins forcing itself to the surface on the full moon and racing off to a nondescript manor in the woods, his confidante thinks the wolf is seeking a mate. But Prince Jarrod won’t risk his crown or a woman’s life by trying to claim one.

Meanwhile, beautiful servant girl Ella is being tutored in the ways of submissive pleasure, pain, and bondage at the manor by a pair of dominating mistresses who entertain wealthy noblemen for a living. Though Ella is not permitted a man's touch or the delights of orgasm, she learns all she can to some day please the man she will ultimately love.

Amidst sizzling sexual encounters and royal house arrests, the pair forge a fateful bond that could unite them for eternity—or cost them everything.

Monica's Review

Sinful Ella and the Wolf by J. Rose Allister is a remarkable short story of sacrifice and passion. The characters portrayed in this book are a werewolf, Prince Jarrod, whom does not care to have a mate but can he really hold back if he were to meet the right woman? Werewolves have that sense of feeling when it comes to knowing the presence of their true mate.

Ella is a not so bashful of a woman, but lacks the essence of being with her true love, but at this time that cannot happen since she is a servant. The forest is the only thing that can reunite these two characters and Allister does a fantastic writing on how they encounter each other, allowing nature takes its course. But being a Prince is everything for Prince Jarrod and love is the last thing on his mind.

The tempting encounters that Allister writes for these characters is amazing, but no one sees it coming. No matter what, when loves ignites, it might leave you breathless. Are they both ready for the consequences of their feelings for each other? I recommend this book, Sinful Ella and the Wolf, for anyone to read.

4 Tea Cups!

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