Saturday, March 28, 2015

Review: Figure of Speech by Dana Marie Bell

Figure of Speech (Halle Shifters, #4)Figure of Speech by Dana Marie Bell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When two hearts speak as one, no words are needed.

Chloe Williams has waited four long years for her mate to acknowledge her. Time and again he has turned her away for being too young, even when she was hospitalized, recovering from a beating that left lingering after effects. Now that he’s been turned into a Wolf, his mating instincts are kicking in big time. Chloe has to decide if it’s worth risking her heart yet again.

Ten years older than Chloe and dealing with issues she knows nothing about, veterinarian James Woods is about ready to howl in frustration. He’s been drawn to Chloe since she was a radiant nineteen-year-old college student, but the age difference held him back from making a move on her. Now his Wolf wants what’s his, and Jim is finally in a place where he can claim her.

Between meddling mothers, Hunter brothers, and a mystery that threatens to end Chloe’s life, they might find an opportunity to tell each other just how they feel. Or find themselves separated by more than just misunderstood words.

Warning: This book contains explicit sex, graphic language, and two people who finally get their damn act together

I love this series. And this one was no exception. If you like sassy heroines, loving alpha males, zany humor, with a huge heaping helping of paranormal this series is for you. So go grab this this book and if you not read the others get them too. You won't be disappointed.

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