Review: Aristotle’s Anatomy (Human Design) by Katie Allen

January 31, 2015 Review 0

Review: Aristotle’s Anatomy (Human Design) by Katie Allen

Human Design, Book Four
Kidnapped from her speech therapy clinic and spirited away to a hideout in the Colorado Mountains, Daphne’s humdrum life is suddenly closer to an action movie. The five men hiding at the remote lodge were captives in a secret facility, human lab rats in a bid to build perfect soldiers. Benjy’s traumatic past took away his ability to speak, and Ari believes Daphne can help him recover. Daphne, however, will be damned before she helps her kidnappers—no matter how gorgeous they are.
As the weeks pass, though, her attraction for both Ari and Benjy grows, as does her fondness for the others at the lodge. With her felonious ex-fiancé on her tail, as well as an FBI agent who’s a little too interested in both Daphne and her new love interests, she must figure out a plan to free her men and the rest of the super-soldiers from the threat of capture.
Only then will she get her double-dose of happily ever after.
A Romantica® erotic romantic suspense from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Aristotle's Anatomy
Author: Katie Allen
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Double Dose
Series: Human Design #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Double Dose
Source: Publisher
Published: January 2, 2015
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, Menage, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 196
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames

Kidnapped and spirited away, Daphne will be damned if she will help her kidnappers – no matter how gorgeous they are in this mesmerizing erotic paranormal romance.

Daphne is a speech therapist and she never counted on being kidnapped because of her career and the reader can’t help but get caught up in the story as Aristotle sprits Daphne to a hideout in the Colorado Mountains. Daphne may be determined not to help her kidnappers but her attraction to both Aristotle and Benjy burns hot from the very beginning and the longer she is with them the harder it is to resist them which of course lead to some scorching hot sex scenes including m/f/m scenes.  The characters are strong, compelling and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on the edge of their seat with lots of suspense, excitement and passion.

Aristotle and the guys have good reason to hide and convincing Ari that he can’t just kidnap people  cause quite a few humorous episodes along with the easy camaraderie of this group of people hiding out from the bad guys ensures that the reader’s get quite a few chuckles among all the excitement and passion. Danger comes in the form of Daphne’s past as well as from the lab agents that are determined to re-capture the men which causes lots of spine tingling anticipation to build throughout the story. The well written scenes and details capture the imagination and the intriguing plot draws the reader in and refuses to let go.

I was completely enthralled from the very beginning with these captivating characters and the fascinating world that has its own interesting and unique elements. I have to admit that I haven’t read the previous books in the series but that didn’t stop me from enjoying this one as I was easily able to understand what had happened, of course I am also very intrigued by the other characters stories so I will be taking care of that very soon.


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