A Matter of Duty

Sequel to A Matter of Faces.

The time has come for Trey to impregnate another shifter. Piper, his wife, is human and shifters and humans cannot have children. And when another shifter that is also married to a human man will need Trey’s sperm to carry on their race, he has no choice in his important position to deny her request. Will this destroy his relationship with his wife? Can he convince her that this is his duty and that their love is not in jeopardy? 

A Matter of Duty is by author Elizabeth Jewell.  A Matter of Duty is the sequel to A Matter of Faces.  I did not read the first book, but I sure am now.  A Matter of Duty is easily a stand alone book, but I recommend reading a Matter of Faces to experience Ms. Jewell’s sexy and hot writing. With so many shifter books on the market, Ms. Jewell does not have a problem standing out in the crowd. 

I was not sure how Ms. Jewell was going to pull off one of the sex scenes in this book but man did she ever. Her shifters are also unusual and I like the fresh take she used creating them.  No, I am not going to tell you anymore, you have to read the book and find out for yourselves.

If you love shifters and scorching sex, run to Ellora’s Cave and snatch a copy of A Matter of Duty today. You will love this book.


Book Blurb for A Matter of Duty

A little over two years ago, Piper met Trey, a shapeshifter who impersonated her dead boyfriend and then led her on the adventure of a lifetime. Along the way, they fell in love.

Now Trey is required to father children to sustain his race. Piper knew this day would come, but she’s not prepared to face Nadia, the shapeshifter woman first in line to have Trey’s babies.

She’s even less prepared to consider the possibility of having a child herself, knowing it’s impossible with Trey. But Nadia’s husband is human…and that’s when things get really complicated.

Publisher’s Note: Originally released in the Forever Midnight anthology.

 


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2010 4.50