Thursday, November 1, 2012

Review: To Catch a Fox by Raven McAllan

Title: To Catch a Fox
Author: Raven McAllan
Source: Author Request
Genre: Historical Paranormal Romance
Length: Novella
Release Date : October 11, 2012
Reviewer: Jasmyn

Eleanor may be a lady, but even she knows that there's more than one way to catch a fox...

When Eleanor was told the foxes had returned to Wilderwood, she wondered and hoped it wasn't just any old foxes. She'd spoken to no one of her week of passion with Alexander and Stanford Foxxe. The Foxxe brothers had warned her about their other lives, but Eleanor had been skeptical until that magical night where they had showed her their true selves. They shifted from human to animal; howled at the moon, and mated with her. Now six years later, the foxes were back. Had they come for her? If they had, would her changed circumstances alter all their plans? How would they cope with what she had become?

Eleanor has been unfairly shamed by the ton and now lives with her brother in country longing for a visit from the elusive Foxxe brothers.  But when they finally show up, she gets a lot more than just a wild night of passion.  When stranger shows up with ill intentions, they must risk all to be find the truth.  A great little mystery mixed in with the romance, but I had a hard time finding a way to keep the brothers separate in my mind.  Perhands because it was a novella, there wasn't a lot of time to learn their distinct personalities, which could be a bit confusing when there are three people involved.  But once I got them all straightened out the book was fantastic.  With just enough mystery and danger to keep things really interesting, it didn't take away from the romance (or the great sex).  With quite the surprise ending, this was a great read on a cold fall night.

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