Monday, April 11, 2011

Review: Caress of Fur by Corinne Davies

Caress of Fur by Corinne Davies

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Parnormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Mai isn’t impressed when she discovers her friend has set her up on a surprise blind date, but a bad date is the least of her worries. She is about to discover that humans aren’t the only predators walking the streets of Toronto. Now, Mai faces two choices—returning to her safe world alone or standing up to not one but two of the most dominant men she has ever met.

Twin werewolves, Vencel and Gaspar, escaped their war-torn homeland and discovered a new home in the wilds of Algonquin Park. They never expected to find their mate in a fragile, human woman. Convincing her of their true natures proves harder than they anticipated, especially now that an old enemy has found them and is threatening to destroy their new home and family.

Wendy's Review

Corinne wrote an enjoyable story!

Mai Bennett might not have been the happiest person living alone with her panic attacks but with her web site and her apartment she could keep the attacks at a minimum. So when her happily married friend Stephanie interferes in her love life she never realized how much she was missing.

When Stephanie thought she was hiring one man for a date to build Mai’s confidence she couldn’t believe there were two, identical twins. Gaspar Sofalvi knew the moment that he met Mai she was his mate and knew she was into him as much as he was her. When something came up, he asked his twin Vencel to go on the second date to meet Mai.

Mai is high strung and thought she was going insane when two men showed interest in her but what she didn’t realize was the inner strength she had to handle these magnificent werewolves. She knew that their mating was going to actually save their lives when danger come calling.

Corinne did a wonderful job bringing together these three and making Mai the strong woman who discovers that love, let alone the great sex, keeps the heart aflutter.

5 Tea Cups!

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Steph from said...

Looks like you are really into the were creatures! Sounds like an interesting read. Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust
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Rebecca Royce said...

I just bought this book based on this review!


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