The Bobcat’s Tale (Blue Moon Junction, 2), Georgette St. Clair (Review)
The Bobcat’s Tale (Blue Moon Junction), Georgette St. Clair
Lainey Robinson shows up in tiny Blue Moon Junction a shifter town during prime wedding time. The Alpha is getting married, the bride’s tiara has been stolen and guess who just might be a suspect. Well that just might take a back seat because she has caught the eye of Deputy Tate neighboring alpha and parent to a bunch of cute siblings who just love to get in trouble, hence why he is still single.
Lainey has her secrets, alphas hates secrets but Tate knows she smells greats, feels greats and his siblings haven’t killed her.
Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger. I am really feeling this author, I read her Big Beautiful Witches did not see any other books then kept checking on her and she had a whole backlist, love when authors do that. This is book two in her Blue Moon Junction series but can be read alone. The town is full of kooks and that makes for great reading especially when they know they are kooks. Lainey is running from a family of uptight bobcat shifters who want to blend into Philadelphia money and ignore their shifter roots they are all about the money honey. She takes a chance by snapping up a vacation to Blue Moon, she does have a big secret which Tate finds out, clutch those pearls (it’s not really that bad) she did it for good reason, this is a romance novel you know it is going to end well.
Straight to the Swagger: Funny, small town shifter romance with an alpha who has small siblings he is raising bringing the funny and a Bobcat shifter climbing trees to rescue those kids. Oh there is XXX as well, yes XXX.
Posted on January 30, 2014, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged bbw, Blue Moon, Blue Moon Junction, Blue Moon Junction series, curvy romance, Georgette St. Clair Lainey, paranormal romance, shifter romance, small town. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.