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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Dawg Town: Hot Dawg by Marteeka Karland



Dawg Town: Hot Dawg by Marteeka Karland
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (21 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by Cherokee Rose

Selene is tired of the same old same old. In an effort to get away from the ole hamster wheel, she takes off on a pink Harley into the night...

Straight to Dawg Town.

Cal thinks "pink" and "Harley" shouldn't even be in the same sentence, but he sure isn't averse to the hot woman riding it. Their chemistry is right, and she's even a shifter -- like him. But there's a reason she's looking to change her scenery, and it has very little to do with her hamster wheel.

Selene is tired of hiding from who she really is. While running the hamster wheel has given her plenty of exercise, she wants a little something more gratifying…like finding some one who understands her quirks as a shifter. Selene hops onto her hot pink Harley and goes roaring into Dawg Town. She has heard it's a place where she can be accepted…especially considering the small problem she has after experiencing sexual pleasure.

Cal’s horror-struck when he witnesses Selene come roaring up to the Prairie Dawg Bar on a hot pinkie Harley before she crashes into a whole row of bikes – toppling them all over. While he is appalled over a pink Harley, the woman on the bike sends his level of desire to a whole new level.

Cal immediately stakes claim to Selene—one because he wants her, two because he is trying to keep her out of trouble with the bikers whose bikes she nearly took out. When he discovers why Selene has come to Dawg Town he is more than willing to show her what is truth versus fiction.

I highly recommend Hot Dawg. Humorous and fun, with characters readers can relate to even though they are shifters. Ms. Karland has added another wonderful book to the Dawg Town series. This is one for the keeper shelf. I look forward to reading the rest.

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