Sunday, May 15, 2016

Delicate Freakn' Flower by Eve Langlais

Title:  Delicate Freakn' Flower
Series:  Freakn' Shifters #1
Author:  Eve Langlais
Publication Date:   June 30/11
Length:  199pgs
Genre:  paranormal romance
Shelf:  own
My Rating: ★★★★★
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Back Cover Blurb:

Dammit, just how many toes was she going to have to stomp on before people realized she was a Delicate Freakn' Flower?

Naomi doesn't want to follow tradition and settle down with a violence-loving, chest thumping shapeshifter. She grew up in a household with five, testosterone laden brothers, where none of the dishes matched, the ugly-as-sin furniture could withstand any catastrophe, and where crazy glue was bought by the case.

When fate - with a snicker - makes her meet not one, but two mates, Naomi digs her heels in and refuses to do what her wolf - and her body - demand. No way is she voluntarily allowing herself to get hitched to a pair of dumbass - totally hot and muscled - lacrosse players.

Can Ethan, the towering Kodiak bear, and Javier, the sexy, tanned jaguar convince this she-wolf that life with them won't be all chaos? And can this Delicate Freakn' Flower unbend her prejudices enough to recognize she needs a pair of men who can handle her thorns - and her passion?

Warning: This is an erotic paranormal romance, heavy on the romance, that contains sexual situations involving multiple partners (MFM). It is meant for open minded adults only.

My Review:

This novel can easily be described in one word – HOT! Langlais has once again created a vibrant tale full of realism and sizzling relationships with enough comedy to keep you glued to the pages. Langlais’ story was absolutely hilarious but never over the top. At the same time, she develops her unique brand of shifters and mates in such a manner that they become real for the reader while transporting them into a story that will keep them glued to the pages.

Langlais develops characters (and relationships) to die for. Not only would they die for one another, but they’re the type of people that readers would die to get to know (or to be in a relationship with). Our main trio was a lot of fun to get to know. I loved how different each of the characters were. The diversity of personalities fit together quite well and also helped to explain the ease with which they all came together. Langlais truly allows readers to see inside the characters’ minds. Her reasoning for things really explained how she thought and why she was fighting herself, not wanting to give into her desires. I also thoroughly enjoyed the family dynamic that we got to know as well. They added body and fun to the story while highlighting the alpha tendencies of shifters.

This novel was well plotted and executed, making it enjoyable from cover to cover. Langlais’ unique brand of writing really shines through as her phenomenal characters take over your life for a short while.

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