Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Review: Midnight Mirage by Willa Edwards

Midnight Mirage by Willa Edwards

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Lincoln and Gabe, best friends and the hottest new alt-rock duo Mirage, only want one thing. Mallory. They’ve been waiting a year for Mallory to open her heart to both of them and accept the alternative relationship they wish for.

Mallory’s flattered by their attentions but can’t believe they’re any more than sweet words. They’re rock stars, surrounded by beautiful woman. They can’t possibly want a plain-Jane reporter like her.

When a crazed fan forces their hand, their protective instincts take over. Gabe and Lincoln aren’t willing to wait for their woman any longer. They initiate her with intense pleasure, ringing in the New Year in the naughtiest way possible. But when they whisper words of love and forever in her ear, she runs away.
Will Mallory be able to open her heart and return their affection, or will insecurity keep her from the men who love her?

Yadkny's Review

Mallory is about to get an up-close and personal exclusive from the two hottest rock stars.

Being rock stars has its perks and for Lincoln and Gabe, watching Mallory work was always one of them. Enjoying her from afar was also pure torture. Lincoln and Gabe knew there was something more to her that appealed to them on a primal level and for that reason took their time before approaching her with their plan of seduction. Fear of her rejection has held them off, but the time has come to finally to seduce and claim her.

It's New Year's Eve and as the clock strikes midnight, Mallory finds herself in a most precarious position with Lincoln and Gabe. Give in to her secret desire and take what they have to offer or walk away and continue her lonely existence. What starts out as work quickly turns into a more intimate interview, where Lincoln and Gabe ask the questions.

Unfortunately, the story lacked the suspense in the plot that is eluded to in the synopsis. I also found some moments of the drawn-out erotic encounter to be a bit confusing with the positioning of the bodies not easily visualized. However, I enjoyed Lincoln's dominant personality and Gabe's more playful one. They both seem to fit perfectly into Mallory's world and she in theirs, so the relationship dynamics are believable. I would definitely recommend this story to an erotic romance fan looking for something hot and spicy with a couple of rock stars.

3 Tea Cups!


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