Breathless by Sarah Sanders

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Short, sweet and sexy – we loved this book. Lara is a movie star whose career has crashed and burnt. She is in the throes o...

Sailing With Her Wolf (The Nightstar Shifters #1) by Ariel Marie


This one is a fantasy with a friends-to-lovers storyline with two very, very attractive women on the cover.

It’s a world where shifters are completely accepted in the society. Marley Gerwulf, a wolf shifter met Zara York, a human, in high school when they were both sixteen. Right at first sight, Marley identified Zara as her mate but said nothing. The girls became best friends and remains so fourteen years thence. Marley has watched Zara move from one relationship to another with assorted me during this period. However, her feeling for Zara have never waned. When Zara is in the throes of yet another relationship ending, Marley suggests a three-week cruise to take Zara’s mind off her latest relationship crash. When their yacht is struck by lightning, the two women are adrift in the Pacific and things change between them.

This is a completely one-dimensional (being kind here) story which barely walks the razor edge of spilling into erotica. Mostly, it does spill over. There is a bow to Twilight with a fight between we-want-your-human vampires and Marley, the wolf. It was nice to see Zara pulling her own weight in the fight instead of being a helpless damsel.

This is one book that left us completely flat.

*Stars for the sex scenes only


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