Friday, May 8, 2015

Thunderball (Sylver & Steele #2) Review

Thunderball (Sylver & Steele #2)  
Author: Mimi Riser
Publisher: Amber Quill Press
American release date: February 22, 2010
Format/Genre/Length: E-book/M/M Paranormal Romance/45 pages
Overall Personal Rating: ★★★★★

Sylver Starr is a cross-dressing werewolf. His husband, Hunter Steele, is a 12-lb pussycat. Together, they’re a force to be reckoned with.

Once they get past their own personal disputes, that is.

These two go undercover to infiltrate an animal fighting ring. Sylver is in his white wolf form (passing as an unusual form of Siberian Huskie), and Hunter is his black boot-wearing handler.  The plan is to telepathically tell the object of the fight that they are come to free him.

Things don’t go quite as planned when they realize the Grand Champion isn’t exactly in his right mind and wants to fight Sylver—to the death?

The second book in the Sylver & Steele series is funny, smart, and sexy.  I love these two more with each book. My only complaint is length—the book ends too soon and leaves me wanting more.

If you want a tasty, witty bite, this is for you. There are at least three more books in the series, that will have to do for now.

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