Friday, March 27, 2015
Review - Werelover by Dina Haynes
Author: Dina Haynes
Publication Date: March 17, 2015
Doug has tried to distance himself from a female who killed an innocent to keep him from leaving. Years later, he is still trapped and her threats have riddled his mind with self-hate. Now, he seeks the forbidden comforts of a human again. The attraction is swift and as his heart latches on, he hopes that in due time she’ll accept him, wereleopard spots and all.
When his brother comes to town, he offers Doug a plan that will shift his life for the better. As Doug starts to gain power and embody the male his father always wanted him to be, the truth rears its ugly head…
A human won’t fit into the picture.
As a BBW in a city full of Botox faces, slight figures, and silicone peaks, Eve doesn’t get asked out much. She meets Doug on an animal lover’s dating site and can’t believe her luck, at first. After a long and rocky start, she takes a chance on Doug, despite his unresolved girlfriend issues. When another man enters the picture, though, she begins to second-guess her choice.
But she doesn’t know the whole story yet.
Doug refuses to walk away from her and his truth won’t stay hidden. When Eve finally comes face-to-face with it, neither will hers.
Flash forward 10 years (or more), when acting started to look more like a pipe dream, she picked up the pen, literally, and wrote her first book. A friend had introduced her to the Urban Fantasy genre and didn't that seem apropos; elements of horror combined with everything she liked about romance. She is happy to pursue this passion while she keeps a few contemporary romance stories on standby.
Currently, she resides in Miracle Mile, Los Angeles. Visit Dina on her website at www.dinahaynes.com.
Werelover by Dina Haynes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
First, I would like to thank the author Dina Haynes for giving me this book in exchange for an honest review. The storyline is good and the characters are well developed and written. I was glad that Doug finally found his true love and I have read wereleper and wereking and love being able to follow the characters in a series like this. Dina has done a great job writing these stories and I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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