Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Review: Filigree and Fantasy by M.A. Ellis

Filigree and Fantasy by M.A. Ellis

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Whitney is ecstatic over her internship to Macedonia and the opportunity to hone her craft at the hands of a filigree master. She doesn’t know that the old man has an ulterior motive. He plans to use her talent to save the dwindling numbers of his family’s canine shapeshifters, the Sharplanjat.

Jovan isn’t a shifter, but his sense of duty rivals that of the Sharplanjat—until his unbridled attraction to the woman who might very well hold his family’s future in her hands forces him to throw caution aside. To hold her. Taste her. Drive her to the brink of exquisite passion and beyond.

Mesmerized by sexy, violet-eyed Jovan, Whitney is ready for a quick, steamy affair. But Jovan has more than a few days of scorchingly wild sex in mind. He just doesn’t know what Whitney will do when she learns his family secret. Will she run screaming in fear or embrace the fantasy that can be found in his protective arms?

Hunter's Review

M.A. Ellis’ tale Filigree and Fantasy starts out really slow for my taste. But once it got moving it was a fine, intriguing tale that I enjoyed very much. Jovan is an incredibly hot hero and although Whitney annoyed me on and off in the story, I came to enjoy their chemistry very much.

4 Tea Cups!

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