Andy Lohani is in a serious funk. The Yeti shifter is looking for love, or at least some loving, and when he meets Jenna Durham one dark night, sparks fly. She’s beautiful, sexy and hot for him. Getting her in his bed is job one. Unfortunately, she’s Normal and he’s really…not.
Accountant Jenna Durham doesn’t believe her brother’s crazy theories about Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. But she agrees to check out a bar in northern Pennsylvania where her brother says Bigfoot hangs out. At least she’s getting an expenses-paid weekend away.
When Jenna meets seven-foot, blond and blue-eyed hunk Andy, she realizes she owes her brother one hell of an apology. Because she has a huge crush on the Abominable Snowman. And what he can do between the sheets is not something a girl could soon forget. But if she wants to keep him, she might have to give up her Normal life for one on the Fringe…
This review originally posted on April 1 of 2012. I also named my Arctic Wrangler, Jeep after this Andy. The Arctic Wrangler is dressed out in all things Yeti. It made so much sense to name my Jeep after this yeti shifter.
Jenna believes her brother Joss is crazy, just as many other people do. He is always on the hunt for some mythical being that few people believe exist. Jenna allows him to convince her to go look for their favorite bar. Joss is convinced that Bigfoot hangs out there. Jenna needing a little extra cash and some excitement in her boring life goes on this wild Wookie, er goose chase. Jenna is after all “sick of living in a world without wookies.”
Andy has been in a funk. He’s tired of the meaningless one night stands and if he were really honest with himself he is a bit jealous of his cousin Tim. Tim has found true happiness with a special someone and Andy has decided he wants that too. He is just a bit shocked when she drives up to his favorite hangout and he discovers she’s a Normal.
Andy and Jenna are both ginormous geeks wrapped in very sexy packaging. They make for an awesome couple to read! Their inner dialogue will have you giggling the entire book. Together they make a great pair. They are so different, yet they are certainly perfectly matched.
The Bigger They Arewill work as a stand-alone. Tim and Carrie have very small roles, but I recommend reading their book too. This is a very sweet erotic series. The characters personalities make you smile. The Fringe beings have some interesting problems they have to deal with. They are attempting to blend in with a world where they are very different.
The Bigger They Are… easily works as a stand-alone. I recommend this book to anyone who loves erotic romance that features shifters, yet looking for something a bit different. You’ll find a sexy Yeti with the looks of a Nordic god in these pages.