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Monday, August 23, 2010

Primal Instinct by Helen Hardt



Primal Instinct by Helen Hardt
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (39 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Spanking, Voyeurism, anal sex
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily

The Rocky Mountains are the perfect place for Erin Monroe to contemplate life as a permanent single—until she meets Nick Foster and Landon Kay. One dark, one blond, both gorgeous--they saunter toward her as though they're used to getting exactly what they want. And they want Erin. The primal attraction is hard to resist and instinct tells her to let them have their way. But are these sexy creatures truly what they seem?

You’re trying to get away. To get out of a bad situation and into one where you are alone. Perfect plan...save for one hitch. Make that two. Lion shifter hitches.

I’ll tell you this much, you have one red hot read. That’s why I nabbed my copy of Primal Instincts.

I know when I open a book by Helen Hardt, I’m in for a treat. This book was no exception. It’s steamy from the first page. I needed a cool shower after reading.

There were lots of things I loved about this book. Ms. Hardt writes in a manner that makes it so I don’t realize I’m reading a book. It’s more like stepping into the world she creates and getting lost for a while. And speaking of getting lost, I’d love to lose myself with Landon and Nick. Phew, they are polar opposite in looks, but as a duo, any woman would be lost to their charms. I was. I don’t know where I can find a pair for myself, but I’m on the lookout. I loved their tenderness, even when they claimed what they wanted. The determination was sexy because when things looked a bit bleak, they never quit.

The character that took a bit to win me over was Erin. It seemed at first that she followed her baser instincts and allowed the sexual feelings to drive her. She came across as a bit weak to begin with. But, I liked how she grew through the story. Her maturation as a person — able to accept her feelings and her situation — was really nice to read about.

If you want a story with an ending you won’t see coming and lots of white-hot sex, then you need to read Primal Instinct. I give this book 4 cherries.

1 comment:

Helen Hardt said...

Ms. Hardt writes in a manner that makes it so I don’t realize I’m reading a book. It’s more like stepping into the world she creates and getting lost for a while.

That is one of the nicest things anyone has ever said about my writing. Thank you, Tiger Lily!