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Teeth, Nails and Tails (Mounted in Alaska #1)

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Lynx shifters Mika Andu and Bar Ra have long awaited one thing—a mate. *Their* mate, a woman who will complete their cluster and suit them perfectly, in bed and out. None of the women in their remote Alaskan village fits their needs. It takes a plane crash to deliver their destiny.

Summer Nash was on her way to document life in a far-north Alaskan
settlement when her plane w
ebook, 86 pages
Published July 2012 by Ellora’s Cave
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Seriously, I'm tired of people jumping each other's bones as soon as they meet. For the heroes, it's because of their animal's genes. But for the heroine, it' just because they look great. Really? She's just survived a plane crash, she was unconscious for 30 hours, but she already trusts them enough to be tied to the bed. And then the day after she lefts on foot, in Alaska, in the middle of the winter, toward a town she doesn't even know where it is exactly because she doesn't have a map, just b ...more
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There must be a popularity in lynx shifters because I have read several in the last couple of weeks. I don’t mind because they are very interesting to read about and I like to read about different shifters. They are different and none are the same.

Mika and Bar are looking for their mate and they have to deal with old customs and have their mate come to them instead of searching for her. Thei
Meh. I was kind of rooting for Summer to get away.
I've read other books by this author & have always enjoyed them. Not this one unfortunately. There were lots..I mean LOTS of hot sex..but there's usually some time before it happens. Takes away from the story
Photographer Summer Nash is excited about the opportunity to travel to Alaska to document one of the native tribes, but when her plane crashes she finds herself having a different sort of adventure all together. Lynx shifters Mika Andu and Bar Ra have all but given up hope with finding their mate, when she falls from the sky they are counting their blessings. Bonding with their mate is no problem, getting their mate to accept them and a different lifestyle is a bit more difficult especially when ...more
Esther de Jong
2.5 stars

*sigh* would've liked it better without the use of the C-word. Why people think this is a sexy and hot word I just don't know. All it does for me is pulling me right out of a hot scene and get annoyed.
This is the first book that I have read by this author and I will be reading more in the future.

Read my full review on RtB in several weeks.
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