Review: Panther, Be Mine (Inevitable, #2) by Ju Dimello

February 11, 2014 Review 0

Review: Panther, Be Mine (Inevitable, #2) by Ju Dimello

Book 2 of the "Inevitable" series

Her heat brings them together. His fear forces them apart.

Shea’s heat might be ten years too late, but her feline side knows exactly what she wants. And her panther wants her best friend Darian as her mate. The “holiday romance” proves their sexual compatibility is explosive. But will she be able to convince him they belong together?

Darian is battling his own demons. When Shea asks him to teach her to handle her heat, he is unable to say no. He wants to touch her, taste her and mark her as his own. But when she asks for more, he cannot say yes. He’d rather stay away to keep her safe. From him.

Title: Panther, Be Mine
Author: Ju Dimello
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Jaguar, Be Mine
Series: Inevitable
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Jaguar, Be Mine
Source: Publisher
Published: January 15, 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 81
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-half-flames

The second book in the Inevitable series is an intriguing shapeshifter romance.

Shea’s feline side knows exactly what she wants, Darian as her mate.  Darian agrees to teach Shea how to handle her heat, but when she asks for more, he has to say no, he can’t mark as his own because he has to keep her safe.

Vivid images and fantastic compelling characters bring the story to life and keep the reader wanting to know more.  There is more intrigue in this story of the series than in the first, as Darian battles his demons and keeps readers guessing as to how things will work out for this couple. The attraction between Darian and Shea is red hot and the frequent sex scenes explode with heat, but the romance has a few obstacles to overcome.

The author introduces a couple of new characters that capture the reader’s attention and the world she has created is intriguing, unfortunately there is not enough information in the short stories to get a good grasp of the surrounding setting, there are quite a few things going on that need to be expanded on to make things a lot clearer, but overall it still a worthwhile quick entertaining read.Panther, Be Mine

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