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If you are in the mood for something just silly, fun, sexy, and sentimental – this is for you!
This is an entire series, but you don’t necessarily have to read them in order. The first little bit explains the setting/rules for why there is an enforced order for shifters to find mates of an opposite species – something about strengthening bonds and diminishing in-fighting. Everyone is given some drug that compels them to find a mate – and they must claim them within 24 hours of drinking the drug. Then they must have sex with them once a day for the next several years or risk losing the ability to shift forever. So… you can imagine how this is gonna play out!
In this one, the Prince of Dragons, Sebastian, finds a “nobody” bunny, Beuaregard, and mates him. But little Beuaregard is disarming and absolutely charms the heck out of Sebastian with every little whisker twitch.
It turns out bunny shifters – male and female – can get pregnant! This causes a ton of problems between Sebastian and Beuaregard when Sebastian ASSUMES it’s not his baby… disaster almost strikes but luckily they figure things out just in time.
It’s a really funny, sexy and sweet story – most of the stories in this series are like this – and I highly recommend it for fans of shifter romance.
Johnny East gives this a very melodramatic sort of feel – he’s fun to listen to in that “soap opera” way and I enjoyed listening to it very much.
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I absolutely love this book. I have listened to it at the very least 6 times. Is like a sorbet for my brain after reading something darker and heavier, to cleanse my brain pallet. First who doesn't love a dragon prince that becomes mated to a white bunny with violet eyes that is very flexible and threatens to leave pelletts in your shoes. Though tricked into a pairing of different species they do find their HEA. The dragon first must learn how to take care of his shifter Bunny. This is such an adorable book but it does have its emotional highs and lows. Though this book is part of a series it can be read as a stand alone, which I haven't read any of the other books in this series. There are many authors writing their own tales. This book is short but not without substances. The narrator Johnny East is fabulous and I can't rave enough how well he did not only on the voices but setting the right mood throughout the book.
It actually had me thinking of getting a bunny but if you can't get a dragon Prince what's the use. This is not intended for children, so mother's read the publishers notes before buying.