Title: Frost Bitten
Author: Eliza Gayle
Source: Author Request
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Resistance may be possible, but who are they kidding?
While on a search and rescue mission in
the middle of a snowstorm, Seth and his twin Trent catch the scent of an
unfamiliar shifter. Drawn to locate the source they hike deep into the
woods to an abandoned cabin where they find an enticing little jaguar in
the throes of heat.
Tired of being smothered by her five brothers and the pressure to
mate, Daisy wanted nothing more than a week alone in the middle of
freaking no where. The last thing she needed was a run in with two sexy
as sin—and totally off limits—cougar shifters. Unfortunately, she’s not
the kind of woman to leave them out in the cold.
Faced with the misery of unmet sexual desire or hot, no strings attached sex with two men… What’s a girl to do?
An oh so yummy read. It was just the thing to warm me up on a winter day :)
Daisy's got the hots, that is, she's in heat. She's a jaguar shifter
and is sick of the whole thing. She decides that getting away from the
world and holding up in a cabin in the middle of nowhere is a great
idea. Until a blizzard comes and she's freezing her butt off, while
going through the pain of her unfulfilled sexual needs (needless to say,
getting away wasn't the best idea in the world.) UNTIL two decadent
twin shifters stumble upon her and warm her up in more ways than one :)
But can a jaguar shifter and two cougar shifters make it work?
Frost Bitten was a great short read. Even though it is novella length you still get an idea of who Daisy, Seth and Trent are.
Seth and Trent's playful teasing had me giggling and Daisy's short
stature but strong attitude made me want to give her a thumbs up. My
only problem was the abrupt end. I suppose I'll have to wait and see if
these three will make an appearance in Eliza Gayle's future works. Come on Ms. Gayle you can't leave me hanging...............
**Frost Bitten is an All Romance exclusive in their Perfect Strangers series.**
Disclaimer- menage, m/f/m interactions