Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Right Spot by Bianca D'Arc

Title: The Right Spot
Series: Grayslake
Author: Bianca D’Arc
Publisher: Kindle World
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 85 Pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
A man seeking solitude…

When an Argentinean-born, ex-soldier of fortune finds his nearest neighbors in a domestic dispute where the female is being beaten, he has no choice but to step in and do something. Finding two bear shifters living next door to his rental, Mario subdues the male, but the female is hysterical. Left with no choice, he has to call the cops.


A woman in uniform…

Grayslake police officer Patty Montone answers the call, never expecting to find her little sister in the role of abused girlfriend. Patty’s dominant bear sees red, but she has a duty to look after her sister before Patty can go back and kill the boyfriend. And then there’s the sexy neighbor, who scents like some kind of big cat. A very dominant, intriguing big cat shifter, in a bear town.

A match made in danger…

Mario sets out to court the dominant female who stirs his heart…and other things, but danger stalks her family and only Mario has the connections, and the skills, to set things right. When foreign thugs arrive in Grayslake, Mario sets up a cunning plan to solve the problem—with Patty by his side, and hopefully, in his bed.

Mario’s inner jaguar wants to keep the sultry bear shifter for his own. Is it possible he’s found his mate in the sexiest, strongest and most alluring woman he’s ever met? And can she possibly feel the same? Through bullets and blood, he vows to find out. 




Review
A female being abused, Mario has no choice but to intervene. Little did he know, doing the right thing would lead to finding a mate. In The Right Spot, Bianca D’Arc’s contribution to Celia Kyle’s Grayslake world, we see how she adds to this wonderful community. I am a fan of both Grayslake and Ms. D’Arc so was ecstatic to see how she would add to this world. And I must say that I was impressed. Mario is edgy but in a good way and Patty is straight as an arrow. But both of them were super protective of those in need. Patty’s urges made it difficult to find a mate until Mario appears in her little corner of the world. I adored Mario. He was slightly edgy with a gooey marshmallow center. He has seen and done things his is not necessarily proud of but he lives by a code, an honorable one at that. And then he meets Patty. Her bear is stronger than most which makes finding a mate difficult. And when she meets Mario we understand why she needs to be so strong. But Mario isn’t scared of Patty’s strength, in fact he adores it. I loved seeing Mario find his way into Patty’s heart. She isn’t sure she can trust him or his intentions but she is willing to try. I loved her ability to take that leap in spite of her fear. Ms. D’Arc gave us two strong characters that needed each other in ways they were only beginning to understand. This story was well written, quick and well worth a read.
                            Four Twinkling Stars

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