Title: Wild Nights
Released: Feb. 19, 2011
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Secretary Maggie Dunning loves her romance novels. Her favorite -- Conquered by the Knight, the story of two dominant, sexy shapeshifters, Xander and Bastien. To be possessed by two powerful Masters? Heavy, happy, lust-filled sigh!
But that's just fantasy. It could never happen in real life right?
Little did she know that a paper cut and a few muttered words would make all her fantasies come to life, including the hunky Xander and Bastien. One minute she's cozy in bed sleeping, the next she's dragged into a world she'd thought only existed in her imagination, to face her most secret desires and her worst fears.
Bastien and Xander have their own challenges to face -- a crime to investigate and a dangerous threat to the Twelfth Night Brotherhood to uncover. But they won't let that stop them from seizing their fascinating new bride and introducing her to the ecstasy of complete surrender.
(contains scenes of mild domination and submission, group sex and kidnapping/capture seduction)
Have you ever wished you could take the place of a character in your favorite book? Well Maggie Dunning does and oh boy—no make that men!—does she get her wish. Little did Maggie realize that when she cut her finger it would open the way for her knights to come get and conquer her.
Bastien and Xander have a short time window to claim Maggie as their bride, so when things start going wrong both man and beast shift into action to set things right. How would you feel if "setting things right" included seeing to your every need and desire? Would you leap at the idea? Or would you want more?
I really enjoyed the idea of this book and the beginning started out great - the concept of being taken by your favorite characters, AWESOME. The middle it kinda lacked a bit for me … I had to read portions over a few times, and felt as if the story repeated a bit. Then there was the end, I wanted more but this is a series book and a novela so I am giving book 2 a try. Overall this was an Okay read, good enough that like I said I'm going on to book 2.
Reviewed by - Dawn