Solstice Heat

A "Not Quite Christmas" Story

Gio is disgusted that her younger sister has been emailing some man living in a remote area.especially after they arrange a meeting. What is she thinking?! Gio is more alarmed when she arrives to find another man there as well. What had they planned for her sister? Angry she instantly puts up a fight. What she doesn't know is that her sister set her up. Cel had been typing to Jason.who has been in a wheelchair for a few years after an accident.using her sister Gio's identity. So when Gio stomps into Jason's house.she is exactly who he expected.only she is spouting crazy accusations.

When pushed to the limit Jason shifts to his wolf form and bites Gio. As small as the bite is, it is life changing for the pair. Now she cannot leave and a bond is forming between them as quickly as a pot of water boils. There are some wolves in the pack that don't think Jason deserves to mate and are determined to kill both him and Gio. What is the new couple to do?

Overall, this was an interesting read. I had wished for more of the paranormal issues. I would have been a bonus to see more conflict between Dane and Jason in the end scene to perhaps make me worry about Jason for a moment. Never the less, Gio's commentary was humorous and Jason was very loyal and caring towards her.

Book Blurb for Solstice Heat

After an injury left Jason in a wheelchair he gave up the pack Alpha position, thinking he was no longer fit to lead. But the injury didn't change his desire for a mate, companionship, a woman's touch.

Giovanni is furious when she finds secret emails on her computer between her baby sister and Jason. Gio takes her sister's place and shows up at Jason's cabin. They've both been duped but before they can sort it out Gio ignites Jason's temper and he snaps and sparks fly.

One little bite and their futures are forever changed. She survived his bite, but will they survive the solstice inferno their lust creates?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: violence.

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2011 3.50