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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Mistletoe by Amber Kallyn

Mistletoe by Amber Kallyn
Sugarplum #9
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Holiday
Length: Short Story (28 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Sex/Play
Rating: 5 Cherries
Reviewed by Holly

Something's not right. Dragon shifter Calla O'Neil can't stop the emotional rollercoaster taking over her actions. When she finally finds out why, she's going to celebrate by making her husband, Scott, her very own personal body buffet.

I was so happy to see that Amber Kallyn decided to write more in her delightful world with the Dragos.

There is nothing worse than a woman with unreasonable mood changes. Unless it is a female dragon shifter, and then the effect is intensified tenfold. Fire investigator Calla is at the vacation home of her husband of two months in Jasper. When Scott doesn’t bring home mistletoe for their decorations, Calla gets upset beyond what she should, and takes off on a brief flight to cool down. Scott finds some mistletoe while she is out, and this seems to calm her when she returns. But there is more going on here than some missing greenery. Can Scott get to the bottom of his wife’s strange behavior? Is Calla still happy with Scott, or is she having second thoughts? Can these two settle the problems and have the happy ever after they deserve?

I loved catching up with Calla and Scott, and seeing where their relationship has led them.

Calla is still the strong and dedicated fire inspector, but I like that she is experiencing some of the same things all women go through. And I absolutely loved the hot scene she set up to make up with Scott after her earlier meltdown about the mistletoe.

Scott is strong and loyal, as always. But in this one, he is confused by his wife’s behavior. He wonders if she is regretting their marriage already. He loves Calla and is determined to make sure she is happy, no matter what.

This one is short, sweet and incredibly hot. Amber Kallyn is a skilled author who really kept me involved with her characters. I enjoyed the elaborate setup Calla engineered to make up with her husband, and to reveal the reasons behind her recent behavior. I really hope we see more of this couple, and I would love to see more of Calla’s family as well. This is a wonderful short but hot story, one to warm up a cold and snowy night. It sure worked for me.

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