Let’s just stare for a moment, shall we?
Sigh. Okay, time to celebrate!! I’m so pleased that book two in the Pacific Passion series is now available for you! I thought I’d give you a few tidbits from some reviewers today, and then let you go off and enjoy. Thanks for supporting me so well over the past year, readers, and I hope you enjoy this story as well.
Lillie at Novel Thoughts said: Stormy Seduction is about more than fighting and fun, though. This one gets the “muy caliente” rating on the heat scale. Smokin’ hot! Beach sex, cabin sex, group sex (not involving the hero and heroine), public sex (involving the hero and heroine). It has it all. But I think the thing I enjoyed most was Ms. Arend’s ability to turn a few simple sentence into something powerful and bring a story back to what it is at it’s heart. A romance.
His lips touched her temple. Tender. Warm. “Let me get you home.”
She let him take her by the hand and lead her back to their cabin, and all the time that word spun in her brain. Home.
It was becoming clearer that meant less a physical location and more wherever Matt happened to be.
Nix at Scorching Hot Books gave it a 5/5, and said: This short story is fabulous, but so was the first one. Read them both; they fit together as one story and you won’t get the full impact of the tale without doing so. I enjoyed all the characters and the love story is truly wonderful to watch unfold. Give me a possessive man who is also reasonable enough to know when to step back and I’ll be a very happy reader!
And finally from Book Lovers Inc: Using stellar descriptive prose Ms. Arend continues to depict the beauty of the British Columbia coastline, and using it as the setting for a people who are one with the land and water adding for me what was a special ‘feel’ to the story. I’m really looking forward to reading what comes next for Matt and Laurin in the final story of Ms. Arend’s Pacific Passion series, Silent Storm.
Sensual water shifters meet volatile air shifters—there’s a storm coming.
Pacific Passion, Book 2
As morning-afters go, this one is looking pretty bright. Both air shifter Laurin Marshal and water shifter/shaman Matthew Jentry are aware, though, that trouble won’t be long in coming. And they’re right—before they’ve barely begun to work out the details of their mystical bond, the People of the Air find them to challenge Laurin’s right to choose Matt as her mate.
Fending off Laurin’s would-be suitors is easier than Matt anticipated, but there’s another dilemma still to face. His own people. Laurin is just beginning to trust that his heart and body are completely hers, a radical change after she’s spent the past two years alone and on the run. What will happen when his skittish, innocent partner encounters the playful, sensual—even lusty—ways of the Otter Clan?
Especially since they are arriving at the peak of the traditional summer solstice fertility rituals. And tradition demands they be the main attraction…
Incoming extreme passion yielding one otherworldly adventure. Don’t let the book length fool you—there’s enough heat in this story to challenge global warming. Four plus two equals one ceremony so explosive it may throw the earth off its axis.
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