Friday, May 19, 2017

The Werewolf Tycoon's Baby by Celia Kyle

Title: The Werewolf Tycoon’s Baby
Series: Howls Romance, 1
Author: Celia Kyle
Publisher: Amazon
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 132 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
She thinks he's after her child, but what he really wants is… her.

For Melissa Hill, a relaxing vacation to Greece involved not only sand, but billionaire Galen Liakos as well. Their passion burned hot and bright, but when their love was threatened and their differences became painfully clear, Melissa disappeared with a hastily scribbled note.

Thank you for a wonderful vacation…

Galen Liakos is not merely a billionaire, he is the Alpha of the Liakos pack, and he is not one to be denied. Melissa is his mate, and he will have her with him once again. Non-negotiable. When he hunts her down, finding her heavily pregnant and struggling to survive, there is only one answer.

Galen will have Melissa in Greece, in his den, with his ring on her finger, and his claiming bite on her shoulder!

Melissa will do anything to protect her unborn child, even run from his father. Galen will do anything for his heir, even drag his mother home. But will a misunderstanding cause a mating to die?
The Werewolf Tycoon’s Baby is the latest story by Celia Kyle. It is different from her other works but I liked it. Melissa was fighting both herself and Galen to do what’s right. She has found herself in a world she doesn’t completely understand and that lack leads to problems. Galen is too used to getting his way and his arrogance leads to an unwillingness to bend. I wasn’t sure how Ms. Kyle would reconcile both their prides to make a love connection, but she managed. While a bit of communication would have solved so much, I could not fault Melissa for her actions; based upon her limited understanding. I loved her determination and willingness to take the hard steps necessary to protect her child. I wanted to knock Galen about for his unwillingness to see. But Ms. Kyle found a way that seemed to fit both the characters and the story. This was a quick and enjoyable read.

                       Five shooting Stars

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