Review: Falke’s Captive by Madyson Layle and Anna Leigh Keaton

Falke's CaptiveFalke’s Captive by Madyson Layle and Anna Leigh Keaton
Genre: Paranormal Romance > Erotica
Format: ebook, 180
Read: November 03, 2011
Release Date: October 10th 2011

Carina Press 

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Madyson Laylewebsite
Anna Leigh Keaton website
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Why I Started This Book:

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

Summary:

A graduate student working in animal genetics, Beth Coldwell is in town to track and tag big cats in the wild. Her prospects for the summer only improve when she meets Kelan and Reidar Falke and decides the sexy brothers are the right pair to fulfill her other, less than scientific, desires…


But her research is a threat to the Falke family secret. When Kelan, in cougar form, is captured, that secret comes closer than ever to being revealed. He escapes, but not before Beth draws a blood sample, and analysis shows this is no ordinary mountain lion.


Kelan and Reidar cannot deny the powerful attraction they feel toward Beth. She might just be their destined mate. But if they reveal themselves to her, will she embrace who they are or see them as just another science experiment?

Characters:  

  • Beth Coldwell
  • Kelan Falke
  • Reidar Falke



My Thoughts:

First I haven’t read the first one in this series, but discover after reading this one, that the order won’t matter, the book is really good, I didn’t like some parts, but that just me.

Beth arrives in little town to discover places for her field research and colect dados, but in the first night she discover two very sexy brothers and her fantasy about a treesome start to cloud her mind. But what she doesn’t know is that the brothers are more that she could ever sign for.

I loved Kelan’s intern fight, because for me he was the only real character, love didn’t just appear in front of him, he needed to strugle and find what he felling against he’s usual normal.

Reidar is the sweet, but he moved to fast for me, and the talking about mating and children was way to early for everyone involved.

I did liked the book, but things would be better accepted, a list by me, if it took at least one month to develop everything, from the first contact to them being together, but the book moved way to fast. The sex in the bathroom was really hot and the brothers are great in bed and talking about fellings and family, so I would recommend to anyone who likes a bit off BDSM, not much strong, but to be expected from a alpha male.

Rating:

Series:   

  1. Falke’s Peak
  2. Falke’s Captive
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