Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Review: Bad Dog and the Babe by Cricket Starr

Bad Dog and the Babe by Cricket Starr

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Al Lupas isn’t happy when a beautiful upper-class werewolf female in heat struts into his bar looking for her underage sister. Barbara Grisloup is trouble, proving it when a riot breaks out over the right to mate her, although he can’t complain when he ends up taking her to bed instead.

Barbara needs Al to keep her heat under control while she searches for her sister but there can’t be anything permanent between them. She might be attracted to Al’s “Bad Dog” persona but she knows he isn’t the right wolf for her. Too bad he is so good at scratching that pesky itch she has at the moment although she really wishes he’d stop calling her Babe.

Lots of werewolf sex along with encounters with vampires, spellcasters, and other parafolk lie in their future—just another busy weekend in Hollywood After Dark.

Hunter’s Review

What a great book! This book is exactly what I want from my shifter paranormal romances. The hero is hot, the heroine is smart and capable. They can shift into wolves and they have hot, steamy love scenes.

Ms. Starr added a whole element to the mythology by having royal families that don’t quite mix with the common folk and putting her hero and heroine on opposite sides of the fence. I was very impressed with her writing and story telling abilities.

After reading this, I would buy anything I saw her name on and you should too!

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

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