Author: Eve Langlais

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Book Review ~ In The Mood Fur Love

Book Review ~ In The Mood Fur Love

  Overall a great book. Did it hook me? Not really. I was not so drawn in that I forgot the world around me. Three very different stories by three different authors. There was a different feel to each of the stories, so you were not reading the same thing over again. There is a common thread among the three. Women being held captive in one way or another and they, with their mates, breaking free.   Bearing His Touch~… Read more »

Book Review: Kodiak’s Claim by Eve Langlais

Book Review: Kodiak’s Claim by Eve Langlais

Kodiak’s Claim is book 1 in Eve Langlais’ Kodiak Point series.  This paranormal romance filled with shifter awesomeness and everything I enjoy in my PNR. Kodiak’s Claim is the definition of a page turner.  With a fast paced story line, quick witted humor, and a sweet happily ever after – Kodiak’s Claim hit the mark. The conflict between Tammy and Reid was just a lot of fun to read.  Tammy is supposed to be working a job in BFE Alasksa, and she… Read more »

Book Review: C791 by Eve Langlais

Book Review: C791 by Eve Langlais

C791 by Eve Langlais is the first book in her Cyborgs: More Than Machines series.  I want to start off by saying I couldn’t help myself after writing this review to check out what others thought and compulsively went to the one star reviews – just for fun.  I realized I should point something out.  #1 – I curse A LOT.  Like of sailor proportions.  #2 – I like sex in my romance.  A LOT.  Now with those two thoughts… Read more »

Review:  Croc and the Fox by Eve Langlais

Review: Croc and the Fox by Eve Langlais

Croc and the Fox by Eve Langlais is the 3rd installment in her Furry United Coalition.  Yes, the acronym is FUC.  This is a book that doesn’t take its self seriously and was an overall fun read.  *This is the first book I read in the FUC series.   Croc and the Fox is an altogether entertaining read.  With outlandish humor and a fast paced story line, the pages were a joy to read.  I don’t think you could really… Read more »