Protective Affairs Series Book 3: Close Contact by Rebecca Airies
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Short Story (106 pgs)
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle
Geneva’s having a bad day. With a spell put on her by an angry witch, the last thing she needs is a werewolf claiming she’s his mate—even if he is gorgeous and she can’t get enough of his kisses.
Evan’s happy to have found his mate; even the spell keeping them within close proximity to each other doesn’t bother him. He’s more than eager to stay near her sweet body and satisfy his craving for her, but her protection is his first priority.
However, the witch isn’t satisfied with the results of the spell. Geneva and Evan have to stop additional attacks before they lose their chance to be together.
Need a dose of the ultimate alpha male? Then pick up a copy of Rebecca Airies' Close Contact, the exciting follow-up to Devon’s Vix and Vampire’s Witch. What better way to bring out the uber alpha than to pair him up with an unwilling and sassy female mate in trouble. Perfect!
In this third installment of the Protective Affairs series, Ms. Airies pairs witch-in-training Geneva with alpha-were Evan, who also happens to be a warlock. As with all great were stories, Evan recognizes Geneva as his mate almost immediately. I loved that he just couldn’t not be touching her whether it was holding her hand or stroking her hair or more…much much more!
Geneva is the perfect foil to Evan's dominant inner alpha wolf. She’s sexually attracted to Evan but is not willing to simply accept him as mate because he says so. I cheered each time she tried to deny him and again when he overcame her objections with his own brand of sexy charm. One of my favorite lines from the book “The intensity that he drew with just a simple touch made her nervous.” To quote Paris Hilton “That’s hot!”
This isn’t just an erotic novella. Ms. Airies backs up the tension between Evan and Geneva with a thrilling suspense story. You won’t be left feeling like this was simply an erotic were romp for the sake of an erotic were romp. I’ve read several stories by Ms. Airies and she never fails to entertain and hold the reader to the very end.