PROWL THE NIGHT
A double dose of sizzling panther romantic entanglements keeps Jordan’s family of shapeshifters powerful and seductive. The hot (and plentiful) sex scenes move the plot along swiftly to stunningly romantic conclusions.
In “Crave Me,” panther politics and the vengeance of an outcast family make it rough going for newlyweds Tomas and Ciri Montoya. Tomas is struggling with his new duties as heir-apparent to the pride, as well as his duties as new husband to his beautiful bride, who is struggling not only with the expectations of her new position but the dramatic change in her social standing. In “Want Me,“ Teresa Garcia has seen how loving and losing his predestined mate has driven her brother mad and wants no part of it for herself. But she can’t deny the desire coursing through her when she meets Rafael Santiago. Rafe is willing to use any means necessary to convince her to take a chance on their future. (APHRODISIA, Oct., 304 pp., $14.00)