Delicate Freakn' Flower

Freakn' Shifters, #1

Eve Langlais' "Delicate Freakn' Flower," Naomi, has had it with cracking skulls and family fightfests. As such, she has decided that she will settle down with a nice, calm human. Naomi is a wolf shifter who is tired of her abrasive brothers and father. What she doesn't know is that fate has decreed that she has two mates: a Kodiak bear and a jaguar. Not exactly the peaceable mate she was planning on. The men rely on her mother for insider information and woo their woman. Of course, not all is sunshine and roses with the trio. Someone is ticked that Naomi is hooking up with these two. Her car is demolished and her brother is beaten up and given a warning that Naomi should back off.

I liked the males of this story. Ethan and Javier temper their alpha tendencies and do everything to pamper their mate. The only annoyance was Naomi. She constantly whined that she didn't want these two men, but was still willing to have massive make out sessions. She blows hot and cold and it drove me nuts.


Book Blurb for Delicate Freakn' Flower

Dammit , just how many toes was she going to have to stomp on before people realized she was a Delicate Freakn' Flower?

Naomi doesn't want to follow tradition and settle down with a violence-loving, chest thumping shapeshifter. She grew up in a household with five, testosterone laden brothers where none of the dishes eve matched, the ugly-as-sin furniture could withstand any catastrophe, and where crazy glue was bought by the case.

When fate--with a snicker--makes her meet not one, but two mates, Naomi digs her heels in and refuses to do what her wolf--and he body--demands. No way is she voluntarily allowing herself to get hitched to a pair of dumbass--totally hot and muscled--lacrosse players.

Can Ethan, the towering Kodiak bear, and Javier, the sexy, tanned jaguar convince this she-wolf that life with them won't be all chaos? And can this Delicate Freakn' Flower unbend her prejudices enough to recognize she needs a pair of men who can handle her thorns--and her passion?


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2011 3.75