Thursday, July 11, 2019

Trickster by Nicola Cameron


Title:  Trickster
Author: Nicola Cameron
Publisher: Belaurient Press
Genre and Pairing:  MM Paranormal
Page Count: 71
Reviewer Name: Redz




Publisher Blurb 
Delaney Smith, coyote shifter and Trickster Technologies executive, thinks humans are bland, boring, and undateable. So he gets the shock of his life when he comes back from vacation and scents his mate in the Trickster offices — a mate who is not only male, but quite human.

Mark Fellowes is taken aback when the CTO at his new contract job makes a pass at him, and even more surprised at his temptation to respond. Straight and dating a career-minded businesswoman, he’s never even thought about kissing another man — until now.

When Mark is attacked by thieves trying to steal company files, Delaney must put aside his preconceptions to protect his mate. But will a criminal bent on destroying Trickster Tech separate them before he can stake his claim?





Review
Nicola Cameron has a great action-packed fated mate book with Trickster. I really love this one, right up my alley with MM and Shifters but the connection in this one really is what makes it memorable.  My favorite quote from this book is “ The Dark side really does have cookies.”    I loved how this line is used and makes me laugh just typing it up here.
Delaney or Del he is a coyote shifter. He works in a shifter owned business and loves his job. His alpha is a great hardworking fair leader life is good. Then he scents his mate. Del has always dated women, so he is pretty shocked to find out his mate is a guy. But not only that but a human. In this world, it is not forbidden to be with a human but it is a lot for anyone to adjust to having a fated mate. So Del does his best not to jump the guy.  That is till Mark introduces himself. Then all bets were off.
Mark is very good at his job.  He deals with security countermeasures. He is straight and has a frosty girlfriend.  He is a brave, strong, and smart man perfect for Del.
I liked how this story unfolded. I would love to read more about coyote shifters and those they love. This could be a start to a great series, I hope there is one. 


                            Five Shooting Stars 


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