Saturday, September 8, 2012

Review Impulse (Southern Arcana, #5) by Moira Rogers

Title: Impulse (Southern Arcana, #5)
Author: Moira Rogers
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Shifters, Magic
Length: 226 pages
Reviewer: Twigs

Impulse (Southern Arcana, #5)Her submission can heal him. His dominance can free her.

Southern Arcana, Book 5

Sera Sinclaire is a New Orleans rarity: a submissive coyote trapped in a town overrun by dominant shapeshifters. Worse, she lacks the willpower to deny the alphas-in-shining-armor who need her soothing presence, even when their protectiveness threatens to crush her hard-won self-reliance.

The only shifter she doesn’t want to push away is Julio Mendoza, a wolf so dominant he’s earned a place on the Southeast council.

Julio doesn’t have the luxury of indulging in the vacation his psychic shrink insists he needs. He can't turn his back on responsibilities he’s beginning to wish he’d never shouldered. When an obsessive ex endangers Sera, though, instinct drives him to get her out of town. Watching her come to life outside the city makes him feel like he's finally done something right, and her touch ignites desire he doesn’t want to ignore.

But soon, lighthearted flirting becomes a dangerous game of seduction, where every day spent falling into each other is another day avoiding the truth. Sera's ex isn't the only one who’d disapprove of their relationship. There are wolves who would kill to get Sera out of Julio's life—starting with his own blood kin.

Product Warnings
Contains endless summer road trips, family drama, redneck werewolves, sexual power games and a taboo love affair between a submissive coyote who’s among the last of her kind and a dominant wolf who loves his heroine’s ass. Literally.

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A submissive coyote and an over dominate wolf try to overcome their fears and struggles together. What starts off as a way to escape what they are and what has happened to them turns into something more. Rogers does not disappoint on the steam factor. I always enjoy what Moira Rogers has to write!


  1. Redneck werewolves and a taboo love affair? Count me in!

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  2. I read the first book in this series and really enjoyed it. This one sounds even better!

  3. Thanks it was a very good read. Who doesn't love shifters right?!

  4. Story line reminds me a bit of Patricia Bigg's series. Have you read any of hers and can you tell me if they are similiar?

  5. I have Briggs on my to read list but have not read her yet...


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