Sinfully hot shifters come face-to-face with human women they can't resist.
Set includes Untamed Instinct and Bewitched Shifter.
“N-nice kitty,” Darcy whispered.
He continued purring, lowering his face to rub his cheek against hers.
She cringed, expecting fangs. Only the rough prickle of his whiskers rubbed her skin. With trembling hands, she pushed his head away, the tawny fur lush and soft against her palms.
The big cat responded by purring louder. His golden eyes held an intelligence she hadn’t expected. Why wasn’t he tearing into her? Could he be somebody’s pet? She dug her fingers into the thick fur and the tight fear in her chest eased a bit.
A long rough tongue snaked out to taste her throat, sending a surprisingly sensual shiver through her. She lay perfectly still as the lion moved down her body, snuffling and licking and rubbing. Was he marking her? She knew nothing about mountain lions.
He lifted a wide paw and placed it on her belly, kneading gently without baring his claws. Her skin quivered under the touch. He nudged his head up the inside of her thigh until he reached her center, hot breath penetrating her jeans.
She gasped, belly tightening around unexpected butterflies. Oh, God. She’d never had a fetish for animals, but this lion…
The cat lifted his head, intelligent gaze connecting to hers. He seemed to be considering. After several heartbeats, the air between them shimmered. The cat’s features grew hazy, muzzle flattening and ears receding. The furry hide smoothed, and the limbs lengthened. Within moments, the beast was replaced by a tawny-haired, golden-eyed man kneeling between her legs. His hands were planted on the ground on either side of her thighs, every naked square inch of him rippling with muscle.
In a voice like a roll of thunder, he asked, “Why do you reek of catnip?”
Interesting shifter and witch romance about learning to except one as they are and that things are not always as they seem.
The rouge shifters continue to mount and this time it involved a human. This book is better then the first story in this double book.