Monday, December 31, 2012

Review: Neptune's Lair by Dorothy McFalls

Title: Neptune's Lair
Author: Dorothy McFalls
Source: Self Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novella
Release Date: October 14, 2010
Reviewer: Jasmyn

Spunky Dallas St. John wants the perfect life and to get it she needs the perfect job.  So what is she doing kissing a complete stranger in an alleyway when she's late for her interview for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity?

She must be losing it, but oh what a delicious way to go down.  A fortune teller has warned her that falling in love would be dangerous.  The woman didn't know that half of it.  Not only has getting involved with the hunky sex god thrown her career goals off-track, it's thrown her world upside down.  She's having sexual escapades in her sleep.  her new lover is taking control of the bedroom.  And an unworldly force is threatening to devour her soul.  What's a girl to do, but enjoy the ride!

Dallas isn't having a good day - she's late for the interview to get the job of her dreams, and it seems to be a reoccurring nightmare!  Little does she know that she's the one behind all the strange things that seem to be happening lately.  She may not know, but Brendan does.  Brendan is a protector and he sees the dark thing that hungers for Dallas's soul.  He knows that it's his job to protect her, but he wants to do so much more that just that.

To save the day he invades her dreams and forces her to realize what she really is and to prepares her to face an unspeakable evil force.  Their destinies are intertwined in such a way that in order to save them both, they must both learn to trust and love after lives that have taught them to do just the opposite.

A sexy and exciting ride that follows A Wizard for Christmas in the Protectors series.  Not nearly as tame as A Wizard for Christmas, McFalls pulls out some amazing writing that creates a novella that demands to be read in one sitting.

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