I’m writing these words less than 24 hours after I finished reading book two in the Nava Katz series. The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Sting (or Sting for short) is way better than book one (which I loved). So, you know… read it, enjoy it and then quickly move on to Sting.
So it turns out that it’s been several years (almost 4 since I’ve read If You Stay, Pax and Mila’s story. My Peace, the continuation of that story, is live!
Right after a note from Courtney Cole, you’ll find my review.
Happy endings must be worked for.
Pax Tate used to be an effed up asshole, but you’d never know it now.
He’s got a sexy wife, their own little family, a cozy home, and a successful career.
Everything is perfect.
Until his past rears its ugly head.
Pax will do anything to protect his family,
even if he destroys himself in the process.
Yowza!! This is #3 in the Motor City Alien Mail Order Brides and it’s also my favorite. We got a little taste of Maverick and Stacy’s first time the see each other. We know it didn’t go over so well… so in Maverick we get to see how things are fixed. And boy, do they get fixed.
So now that Stacy knows the man she spoke so poorly of her choices in front of none other than her matched mate, she needs to figure out how to get him to give her a chance. Smart cookie that she is, she figures out the match was made by intuition and not the dating profile and letter, so threatening Ampetheia (the dating agency lady) is her go to choice in getting Maverick to show up for their weekend date. Read More »
When he kisses me, it’s not anything like our previous encounters. Those were rough, hot, and sexually charged. This kiss is petal-soft and sweet as the syrup he ladles onto his words. It feels like he’s pouring tenderness over my head by the gallon. With each press of his hips against mine, he’s repeating his promise to give me nothing more than what I ask for.
And it’s this kiss. This sweet, tender, thoughtful kiss that scares me more than anything I’ve ever felt.
I love this series. Love love love love it!!!
And not because of this quote, but because of everything leading up to it and everything that goes on after it. Read More »