Wednesday, June 20, 2012

ARC Review: Chase Me [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Chase Me" the 2nd book in her by Tamara Hogan.

Product Description


Centuries ago, when their ship crashed to Earth, paranormals of all types settled secretly into our world, quietly going about their business with humans none the wiser. Self–ruling and careful to stay below the radar, all is threatened when Valkyrie archaeologist Lorin Schlessinger and her werewolf geologist partner Gabe Lupinsky inadvertently draw evil attention to Earth and its treasured natural resources.

As the threat intensifies, Lorin and Gabe struggle to contain the chaos they've unleashed, and to resist their explosive mutual attraction ...

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (June 5, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402246048
ISBN-13: 978-1402246043

My Review:

It has been several centuries since a spaceship containing paranormal creatures (vampires, werewolves, fairies, incubus, etc.) has crash landed in northern Minnesota.  They form an Underworld Council to monitor their behavior as they decide to hide among the human population.

Gabe Lupinksy a werewolf has worked long and hard for his geological position at Sebastiana Labs.  He finally has achieved his dream job when his boss assigns him to lead the expedition where an artifact was discovered.  He has a disability but he doesn't let that deter him from his job and his goals.

Lorin Schlessinger is a Valkyrie Princess and an archaeologist who has discovered an artifact on her latest expedition.  It is a beacon which sends a vampire to do some harm and to retrieve it for their own kind.

Wow the sexual tension between them was hot and I swear I saw sparks everytime they were on the page.  Wait until you read the love scenes!  You will need to take a cold shower to fan the flames.

The villain we didn't find out much about him other than he was attracted to a fairy who is a member of the expedition.


Other books in series:

1.  Taste Me

Thanks Sourcebooks for sending me this ARC to review, greatly appreciated!

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