Thursday, April 21, 2011

Review: Spring Comes to Sanctuary by Cooper McKenzie

Spring Comes to Sanctuary by Cooper McKenzie

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Wanting to prove she can be a strong, self-sufficient woman of the twenty-first century, Spring Ryan decides to spend her thirtieth birthday hiking the Appalachian Trail through the Smoky Mountains. Her third day in, she’s ready to give up and crawl back into the small box she’s lived in for a dozen years when a pair of Irish Wolfhounds cross her path. When they turn into gorgeous identical twins, she is amazed, especially when they claim she is their mate.

Adam and Brock Sullivan are the oldest of four sets of twins living in the hidden valley of Sanctuary. They had just about given up on ever finding their mate when they come across her just two miles from their home.
Can Spring make a life for herself in Sanctuary? Will her family accept her decision to live with and love both men?

Clare's Review

This has to be one of my favorite Cooper McKenzie books. Spring is a woman who has been sheltered by her family ever since she was the victim of a horrifying attack in college. A decade later, she’s looking to take back her life by going on a solo backpacking trip through the mountains. The premise is a bit far-fetched—how many overprotective families would let their daughter go off into the wilderness alone?—but it’s a story about shapeshifting Irish Wolfhounds, so I was willing to suspend disbelief.

Adam and Brock are loveable from the start, and they definitely bring out the best in Spring. I loved the way they interacted with one another. This is McKenzie at her finest. Spring Comes to Sanctuary is fast-paced with a cute story and well developed characters. If you love shape-shifter stories, you’ll love this.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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