17 March 2015

Wicked Safari (Wicked Elementals Book 2) by Lisa Whitefern

The Reluctant Were-Lion
Turned into a were-lion against his will, billionaire Arlan Leonard deals almost daily with two sources of mounting frustration: his inability to control his tendency to shift at random, and his on-again, off-again relationship with sinfully sexy alpha male Jay Nandoro.
His Ambivalent Lover
Friends with Arlan since they were teens, Jay can’t deny there’s something between them. But while Arlan seems certain that committing to a sex-magic ménage with a female part-Fae will stop an evil force that’s been kidnapping half-fae children, Jay isn’t so sure.
The Half-Fae Scientist
August Peak dedicated herself to a life of science, determined to forget the havoc her Dark Fae mother, Duvessa, has wreaked in her life. But when her professor practically drags her to Zimbabwe to study lions in the wild, she is ensnared.
The sizzling tension among the three is surely magic. But when the Dark Fae discover the threat, bullets fly on the African veldt. And coming together—mind, body, and soul—is their only chance for survival.
Warning: Explicit m/m/f scenes, hot male/male scenes, steamy magic that generates an enchanted tower, poacher dodging, kidnappings, and outdoor sex on the hot African savanna.
Wow! What a powerful and hot book this is! There is so much packed into this one story to keep the reader wanting more!

The story begins with shy, timid, August being pressured by her Professor to go to Africa to study lions in the wild. As a PhD student, listening to her Professor is her only way to graduate and keep her financial aid. Little does she know that she is about to embark on a powerful trip, meet her fated mates, and battle old wounds from long ago.

Filled with were-lions, Fae, mystery, suspense, and hot, hot, sex, this book kept me wanting to read more and not put it down. The beginning is attention getting and amazing! However, the middle fell apart for me. In this part, August’s mother has been watching her have sex with her mates. Eeww!  The mother also tries to replace one of August’s lovers with a “younger looking” mate. After that part passes, the story gets really good, again, and stays that way until the very end.

This book could have been a 5 star rating for me if it were not for the above mentioned issues. I do recommend it to anyone that likes Paranormal m/m/f Romance. 

1 comment:

  1. Great review Kim! I definitely will check this book out....and nice to have the little heads up too about the creepy mother part! LOL