Sunday, May 5, 2013

Review: Shifting Heat by Lynne Connolly

Title: Shifting Heat
Author: Lynne Connolly
ISBN: 9781419934254
Price: $7.50 eBook
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave, Twilight
Genre: Paranormal Erotica, Shape shifter, Contemporary Romance
In a not too distant future, Talents are accepted by society, but not everyone feels that they should have same liberties as humans.  Talents consist of shape shifters and vampires.  On the night of a full moon, Talents take to the sky as sexual tensions rise at this time every month and the public turns their eyes to the heavens for an amazing show.  Andros is a computer nerd at STORM, a group that over saw Talent rights, and on this night his new dragon Talent takes to the sky.  Telepathy allows all Talents to communicate, and on this night a female dragon finds Andros. 
Faye has ulterior motives when she approaches Andros in the night sky and draws him to her hotel room for an explosive night of sex. Taking from him what she needs, she unknowingly releases a madman amongst the Talents. It will take Faye, Andros and Storm to rectify the situation, but evil from her past resurfaces in a battle of deception. 
I was hooked by the first chapter in this story of love and diversity and those that seek to suppress.  Andros love is consuming, physically and emotionally for Faye and they burn up the sheets, shower and bathtub proving it.  This was a gripping story of “who did it” leading you right to the end for the answer.
Michele gives this book

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