Primal Attraction: Pendragon Gargoyles #2

Primal Attraction: Pendragon Gargoyles, Book 2

A lethal huntress, Sorcha lives to track and eliminate rogue immortals—until her latest assignment turns out to be a sexy, gargoyle shape-shifter. From the start she’s shaken by the lust his touch awakens inside her. Not only that, but the cat is convinced she’s his mate, and for the first time, she’s unable to kill her target.

Still mourning the loss of his mate, Cale is stunned to find Sorcha alive. Yet the woman he aches to possess doesn’t recognize him and is after the only thing that will save his brother—a mystical weapon that will lead to Excalibur.

Determined to protect his family and reclaim his mate, Cale ruthlessly takes advantage of Sorcha’s one weakness—her desire for him. Desire that could unlock their past…or cause him to lose her all over again.

Not sure which is more traumatizing.. discovering the mate you thought long dead is actually alive, or making the discovery while she's hurling arrows into your flesh.

While Primal Hunger catered more to making you laugh in between getting one's libido up and running, Primal Attraction aimed more for your heartstrings. It starts off very emotional with some action for flavor, then things get a bit drawn out and the story loses some of its appeal. But damn, when Cale and Sorcha go Mr and Mrs Smith everything gets catapulted. I laughed. I teared up. I even got a bit nervous. There's definitely some apprehension to be felt from the suspense.

And once again, just as the first, the ending did very well in preparing the reader for the next installment. Yays for Primal Attraction!

Primal Hunger: Pendragon Gargoyles, Book 1 
Pendragon #1


Redd said...

hmmm... i like your reviews much better than what i throw together. more clarity and detail. and you tickle me as all get out..

this particular book i wouldn't touch. i hate it when a book makes ya get all emotional. yeah...that may say stuff, but still...grrr...

Ragan said...

You do know I am *highly* emotional when it comes to my books right?

I would take my reactions with a grain of salt.