Monday, October 26, 2015

Boo on Romance

Title: Boo on Romance
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Trinity Blacio
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Word Count: 13,504
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Garth O’Conner is a man who has been stung one too many times. He knows he needs his True Blood, but for right now, all he wants is someone to warm his bed. After all, the credit card queen, his ex, is still in the background, and he’ll be damn if he pays for two women at once. Now all he has to do is convince his matchmaker sister to leave him alone, that Halloween isn’t time to set him up with anyone.
Paige Mender had been alone since she was sixteen when her parents were murdered. Her kind, the chameleon of all shifters, makes it nearly impossible to live a normal life. After years of practice, Paige keeps her presence hidden, but now the one man, she considers a brother is trying to convince her it’s safe. It’s time for her to meet someone special, but can Paige trust a man enough to get close to him? Was Halloween really for the dead?







Review
Garth isn’t ready for a mate. He just wants to take time to enjoy no longer being married to money grubbing human. But fate has something else in mind for him, will he be too stubborn to accept it?
In Boo on Romance by Trinity Blacio, Garth and Paige receive something neither is really looking for…a mate. But Garth is too bitter to accept it and Paige is too scared. I love that Ms. Blacio gives us too distinct characters with different but similar issues and somehow manages to give them their happily ever after. And she does it without this quick read feeling rushed.
I loved Paige. She is a strong female character who refuses to allow Garth to mistreat her. She will stand up for herself and will not allow Garth bitterness to be spewed her way. And poor Garth. He doesn’t know what to expect from the woman meant to be his. He knows that if he can’t move past the hurt he stands to lose his future. This story was a quick read but full of loyalty and love. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more from Ms. Blacio.


                     Five Shooting Stars

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