Monday, April 16, 2018

Hunter's Desire by Meg Ripley

Series: Dragon’s of Sin City, 2
Author:  Meg Ripley
Publisher: Redlily Publishing
Genre: MF Paranormal
Pages: 176
Reviewer: Redz




Publisher’s Blurb
Over the last few centuries, I've grown accustomed to getting exactly what I want.

Those who aren’t swayed by my good looks--or my reputation in bed--tend to be swayed by my eleven-digit bank account.

But not this one.

As a brilliant archaeologist, Claire Thomas has plans of her own for her time here in Sin City, but her tempting tourmaline eyes and gorgeous curves are fueling the fire that blazes within every fiber of my body.

Her pull over me is more than mere physical attraction, though. As much as she tries to hide it, she has a powerful gift--a gift that could spell the end of her life, if it’s discovered by other dragons.

I have two choices: I can betray my kind, or I can betray my heart.

But as I soar high above the clouds, the enchanting beauty stays with me, no matter how far I fly.

**Hunter's Desire is a standalone 176 page novella with steamy shifter scenes and explicit language written for readers age 18 and over.







Review
Hunter’s Desire is the second book in the Dragons of Sin City series by author Meg Ripley.
Claire has been too many places, but this is her first trip to the USA. She has worked with Will for the past five years on research projects. She is an archeologist. She is kinda shy too.
Noah- magician who asks Claire out. She turns him down but cannot stop thinking about him.
Noah comes off as a lady’s man. But he is really a good guy.  He knows when a woman needs to be treasured. He is accustomed to getting what he wants. And he is willing to put in the work to get it.
I loved this story. There are great characters and the storyline is really good. Little mysterious, and a who lotta love inside this book. I really loved it. I have not read anything in the series before, now I wanna go back and read book one to find out what I was missing out on.  This is a book for the keeper shelf.

                    Five Shooting Stars 






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