Micro-Review: Mate by the Music (Shifters & Bikers #3, a The Edge short) by Rebecca Royce
This installment had a slightly different feel than the others did for me, and not at all in a bad way. Instead of a crowded bar where the two characters see each other and immediately seek a little privacy, we have an empty bar with a little spontaneity. Scott and Nancy have a hot, but softer chemistry (though still with that wolf shifter edge) and their story is sweet and oddly romantic. It’s just plain sexy as hell. As always, the book is too short, but this time it only leaves you wanting more in the best way.
June 23, 2013
Micro-Review: Bar Mate (Shifters & Bikers #2, a The Edge short) by Rebecca Royce
This was a good and hot little story, but I felt like I was missing something like little scenes her and there. It also feels incredibly short, which I know is the point, but this one feels too short like it was cut off too abruptly instead of ending smoothly.
That being said, the relationship itself is hot. Both parties seem to be the dominating type, but they have no problem giving and taking with each other. Yvette as a shifter is particularly unafraid of taking charge, but Stark can stand right up to her and understands her. Endearing and intriguing, leaving you wanting more.
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