Thursday, June 7, 2012

Review: Garret's Domination


Garret's Domination
Garret's Domination by Stacey Espino

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Cassidy's emotions are scattered as she tries to find her place in Climax. She's done wicked things with Garret and his crew, and only craves more of their feral passion. But do they want her for more than just sex?

When an unknown threat comes close to home, Garret doesn't take any chances with Cassidy's safety. He takes her into his element, deep in the woods, where he can best protect her. Once alone, they're able to bond on a new, intimate level.

Garret fights his natural desire to mark the little human for his pack, afraid she'll reject them once she finds out what they really are. The Rockford wolves are playing dirty, and a suspicious visit from Cassidy's long-lost half brother only adds to the problems plaguing the pack.


Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among the men.

NOTE! You are purchasing Siren's newest serialized imprint, the LoveXtreme Forever Series. This is Book 2 of 7 in the Wolves of Climax collection. These books are not stand alone. Each is a continuation of the previous book and must be read in the numbered order. Each book may end on a cliffhanger but usually with a happy-for-now for the heroine and one or more men. The final book contains a happily forever after for the heroine and all her men.

Book two in the Wolves of Climax keeps the drama and intrigue of the first book rolling right along. We get to see the relationships between Cassidy and each guy evolve. The emotion and feelings are all clearly illustrated through Ms. Espino’s writing. There is still the ever looming threat from the rival pack, the Rockford Wolves. Also the mystery of her brother remains unsolved. So far we are being led to believe that her brother is not a good guy. Of course Cassidy is still in the dark about the fact that her men are shape shifters. There is one particular scene that really touched me in this installment. Cassidy is in the woods and thinks she is petting a wolf, not realizing it is one of the men. My heart just melted. Ok, enough mushy stuff. Ms. Espino does a fine job of keeping us interested in the story while throwing the twists and turns to keep us guessing. I have no idea where this story is going and that keeps me eagerly devouring each page, desperate for a clue as to what might happen next! And I am off to continue the series with Matthew’s Return.



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