Sunday, June 5, 2016

Lion's Love by Kate Kent

I found Lion's Love by Kate Kent in a blog about her book. You can purchase it HERE on Amazon, at the time of this post, it's free.

Lion's Love - STANDALONE Mail Order Bride Romance

Hungry lion meets shy BBW for a roaring good time!

All she's ever wanted is to find the love of her life. BBW Sherry Cole dreams about the day she will find her true mate, marry and have kids but her natural shyness and a birthmark have eroded her confidence.
Some of her co-workers are mean girls who decide it would be fun to play with Sherry's love life and they take matters into their own hands signing her up for the 'Luscious Lads and Ladies Marriage Mates' site. Luscious Lads and Ladies is a new marriage match site with a twist. All the men on the site are shifters from the rowdy town of Shifter Villages looking for their mate and all the women are looking for shifters in the town to mate with.
When Sherry finds out what her co-workers have done she is in shock. Will she use the opportunity to grab a chance at happiness or let the opportunity slip through her fingers?
Lion's Love is a BBW Paranormal Shapeshifter Romance. This is a standalone novella and the first story in the Confessions of a Mail Order Bride series. These paranormal romances can be read in any order. The story includes strong sexual themes and language.

4 of 5 stars
Sherry is a shy, curvy woman with a self-esteem problem brought on  by years of bullying about her birthmark on her face. She learns about a dating site for Shifters and while interested, she is reluctant to join. Then the office "Mean Girl" goes and creates an account for her, even contacting the man that caught Sherry's eye.
Adrian is a sexy lion shifter that owns his own Barbershop in Shifter Town. He joined the shifter site because he wanted to find his mate and settle down. He is eager to be with Sherry and tells her often.
The book is well written with a good plot and gives detail and backstory, I just wish there was a bit more. It gets a bit rushed towards the end with little filler or details. But I enjoyed the book enough to buy the complete set.


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