Thursday, 16 June 2011

Book Review: Kamikaze by Moira Rogers

Title: Kamikaze
Author: Moira Rogers
Series: Book #1 in the Last Call series
Number of pages: 36 pages 
Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
Release Date: 15 August 2008
Source: won my copy
Purchasing Info: Goodreads, Author's Website, Kindle store

Grade: 5 stars

Novellus perfectus!
Goodreads appetizer: Zoe Bennett is an inexperienced werewolf in the grip of her mating cycle. With no pack and no mate, Zoe must brave the supernatural crowds of Last Call, the bar where your drink order tells everyone what you need. Kamikaze: Werewolf in heat, looking for a temporary mate. The chase is on, and security specialist Connor O'Malley intends to win, if only because the sweet young woman at the bar looks unprepared for what the night might bring, in and out of the bedroom. Little does he know that, when he catches her, he may not be satisfied being just a temporary mate.

My Thoughts: I love werewolves. One of their main attraction for me is their passion and how they are not simply unashamed of their primal side but reveal in their basic carnal instinct.

Kamikaze is a short paranormal erotica novella about a new werewolf female, Zoe who has trouble handling her being in heat during the full moon. In the universe Moira Rogers had created werewolves have irresistible sexual urges during the moon phase which cannot be ignored. Poor Zoe cannot repress her sexual hunger any longer and goes into Last Call, a famous bar, where supernatural species go to meet and hook up.
"Last Call, the bar where your drink order tells everyone what you need."
Zoe orders a Kamikaze, which publicly declares to the bar that she's a "werewolf in heat, looking for a temporary mate".

The males swarm around Zoe but there is instant attraction between her and Connor, the man in charge of the bar's security. The heat between these two sizzles and to ease Zoe's discomfort they immediately go upstairs where Connor does everything in his power to relax Zoe's body and mind and sate the wolf inside her (=they engage in a lot of sweaty and super hot sex! ;-p)

What won me over with Kamikaze was how besides the scorching hot sex scenes Zoe and Connor got to know each other a bit and this was done with a lot of humour and sweetness, making them an endearing pair to the reader.

Her T-shirt hit the floor, followed by her bra. He inclined his head and grinned mischievously.
"Want to cuddle baby?"
"Can we grope each other while we do it?"

Verdict: Despite its shortness, Kamikaze was a brilliant and scorching hot read! I loved it and can only recommend it!

Plot: 8/10
Characters: 9/10
Ending: 9/10
Writing: 9/10
Cover: 6/10

This review was originally posted at The Forbidden Bookshelf.

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