|The Paranormal Mates Society is an online dating service for all species of paranormal beings. In each of these love stories the authors give us a version of unhuman matches made in this very human way.
Isabella Jordan gives us Werewolves of London. Grace Shaw, snow leopard, is instantly attracted to Carter Annis, werewolf. But he’s the last one to see the dead woman who worked for the Thoth Agency alive, may be a cold blooded killer.
Michelle Hoppe’s story Fins of the Flesh and Kyla Logan‘s tale Sea of Love are mostly about families of the dating couples and how they respond.
Lia Connor tells us about a relationship blessed by the devil that the new owner of the dating society is determined to fix in Shiver .
Each of the stories are erotic with well built main characters. Dialogue is funny at times, sexy. I do really enjoy the theme of a paranormal mating service. I have read such excellent stories from each of these authors in the past but these aren’t as satisfying as their other works.
We were left up in the air about who the murderer is in Werewolves of London. Not much aggravates me more than a story left hanging. Marina, Danara’s twin sister in Sea of Love has her own story to tell. We’re teased and left wanting about her. Pe-Ben is a character in Shiver that I couldn’t figure out. I saw no purpose in his character. Sigyn starts the story, I thought she should have ended it. Interludes with Pe-Ben seem redundant. It’s similar in Fins of the Flesh. Valerie’s Dad and Mom are said to have such a wonderful relationship. We‘re shown Valerie‘s Dad as a sleepy husband. Then he appears as an out of control Dad. Big jump there and it didn’t fit.
Each tale has such an excellent story to tell. The authors can still make you laugh, cry or shake your head in frustration. Sadly, they did all of the above for me.
Reviewer: Dee Dailey
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