Saturday, December 13, 2014

Little Wolf by Amelie Duncan


When twenty-three year old Tala Velsik appears in a last minute performance art piece, she has no idea that public nudity will be the least of her worries. Wearing nothing but silver paint and a pair of antlers, her body is bared to hundreds of eyes, but one penetrating stare simmers through the others, Adrian Caro.

Adrian Caro is one of the world’s most famous directors and photographers, but with striking features and a body made for sin, most would guess he belonged in front of the camera.
Of course, the last thing Tala needs is romance, even with a walking Adonis. Mounting bills, a dead end job and a set of childhood memories most therapists would pale at; love is low on her list. Assuming, of course, her new admirer allows her to have a say in the matter.

Shocked yet thrilled by Adrian’s passionate domination, Tala can’t help but feel she’s standing on quicksand. For all his wealth, fame and talent, Adrian is tormented by his own demons; hiding secrets big enough to destroy them both.

Amelie Duncan’s “Little Wolf” is a smoldering hot read. Definitely add it to your “read with one hand” list. The chemistry and immediate reactions are amazing. Feels like something that would happen in a Kresley Cole novel. I love the first three quarters of the book – very sexy and impossible to put down. The ending needed a little editing for flow and drama in the version that I read. Maybe it’s just because I’m a paranormal junkie, but I would have loved for Adrian, the leading man, to have secretly been a vampire and Tala was his bonded mate or something hot like that for the ending! I think Duncan could write fabulous paranormal romances and I’m definitely going to see what else she has out there. 4 out of 5

Author bio

Amélie S. Duncan Writes contemporary, erotic romances with a dark edge. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading the hottest new romances or travelling with her husband. Her inspiration comes from many sources including her life experiences and travels.
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