Thursday, January 9, 2014

Roxanne's Desire Review

Roxanne Desired by Gena D Lutz

Waking up fur covered and fanged isn't the easiest thing for a girl to deal with. Unfortunately, for Roxanne Delaney, that is her new reality. The only upside is finding herself the bondmate to one hot and sexy werewolf, Nathan Hayes. The downside; learning to adapt to a primal element that craves the rending of flesh and the oh-so-sweet taste of blood. Will this shy waitress-turned-wolf rise to the challenges of this new life—one that is now littered with otherworldly creatures hell-bent on destroying her and the people she cares for? Or will the pressures of a new-found love and difficult battles prove too much for Roxanne to handle?


After reading Ember’s Curse I was looking eagerly forward to Roxanne Desired.  I just had to know what would happen between Roxanne and Nathan.  How would she deal with being a werewolf? What other powers would she gain from the transformation? How would Nathan handle it?  With his innate desire to protect her would he let her grow and flourish, or would he end up inadvertently causing more problems? What about the Darkans and the nymphs? The evil vampire and his cronies who escaped in Ember’s Curse? (For those of you who haven’t read Ember’s Curse I apologize for the spoiler and say go read it, you will not be disappointed).

What do you get when you mix together werewolves, a dragon, a few water nymphs, some vampires and vampire/werewolf hybrids? You get Roxanne Desired by Gena D. Lutz.  An whirlwind paranormal romance that will leave you breathless.

You will ask yourself how can Roxanne go up against a stalker, evil vampires and other horrific creatures?  Creatures who all have special powers of their own? How can she handle all the changes coming at her from her recent change? These answers and much, much more await you in Roxanne Desired.

Learn more about the nymphs; meet a completely new character and learn about him, a bit about his species, his motivations and just a minute portion of what he can do. You may think “Oh my!  So much happening all at once!” but Ms. Lutz pulls it all together in such a way that if flows naturally and does not overwhelm.
The worst part of the book is the last page, because you know you now have to wait for the next installment of this series.  

  5 out of 5 fangs  


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