Saturday, June 7, 2014

Purr for me Phanta City 2 by Stormy Glenn and Lynn Hagen



Title: Purr For Me
Series: Phanta City, 2
Authors: Stormy Glenn and Lynn Hagen
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre: MM. Paranormal
Word Count: 43,738
Reviewer: Redz








Publisher Blurb
When Pan Thyr is arrested for a crime he didn’t commit, he's determined to take down the man responsible for his torture. But being on the run makes it hard to prove his innocence. He is not only fighting to clear his name, but prove to Igorian Hunchback that they are meant to be together.
Igorian refuses to give in to his desires where Pan is concerned. Although the man is a walking wet dream, Igorian has been taught that vampires don’t mate outside their race. It is a lesson drilled into him from rebirth.
When wanted posters go up and the two must run for their lives, Igorian learns that fighting against the attraction he feels for Pan is futile. Can the two clear their names and the misconceptions taught to Igorian, or will the Ministry of Paranormal Affairs doom them both to a death sentence before Igorian finds out what it means to purr for a panther shifter?




Review

Purr for Me by authors Stormy Glenn and Lynn Hagen is the second book in the Phanta City series. I love the play on words that this series has. Pan is a panther shifter; he is tough and very alpha.  Igorian is a stuffy assistant to the vampire coven leader. Igorian believes he can only mate a vampire, so when his mate turns out to be a panther he tried to shove Pan away.  Pan isn’t easily ignored.  He is seductive and charming and knows how to push all of Igorians buttons. 
Both Ms. Glenn and Ms. Hagen have done a great job of showing me a new world of paranormals. In this book we get more into the politics of it all, and that added another dimension to this series that I completely enjoyed reading.  Purr for Me has the best blend of romance, erotica, and humor that kept me turning the pages. I look forward to the next one in this world that falls in love, and that mate that will bring him to his knees. 



                                                       Five Shooting Stars



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