Thursday, April 5, 2012
Review: Must Love Lycans by Michele Bardsley
Must Love Lycans is the eighth installment to the Broken Heart, OK series by Michelle Bardsley and a Signet Eclipse Paranormal Romance.
It only takes one bite...
Since the moment he showed up - gloriously naked - I’ve been having a hard time keeping my relationship with the clinic’s newest amnesiac patient strictly professional. Damian might not remember his past, but sweet mamma jamma, he sure knows how to push all my buttons.
Even with my empathic abilities, I’m not sure I can get past Damian’s anger to find the cause of his delusions. After all, falling for a patient is bad enough, but falling for a patient who thinks he’s a werewolf is a whole other kind of crazy. Especially when said patient decides to mark me as his. Now I’m feeling a little bit funny, and not just because Damian sets my hormones raging...
Kelsey Morningstone is a psychotherapist employed by Jarred Dante, the multi-millionaire owner of the Dante Clinic which is housed in a mansion just outside of Broken Heart, OK.
As an empath, Kelsey is able to more clearly understand what her patients are feeling, making it easier to formulate a plan of treatment. Still coming to terms with recent events in her own past, Kelsey is hesitant to use her ability to its’ fullest extent.
Her newest patient, Damien, is an amnesiac. He has no recollections of his past, can’t remember anything prior to arriving at the Dante Clinic.
But even without his memories, he recognizes in Kelsey something that belongs with him - his mate. Oh - and he thinks he's lycan.
Kelsey may not believe that Damien is a lycan - but she can’t deny that he is different from any man she’s ever met. And when she begins dreaming of the Moon Goddess and her mate, Tark, Kelsey realizes that Damien just might be telling the truth about the whole lycan thing.
I always enjoy the Broken Heart novels and Must Love Lycans is another great installment.
I give Must Love Lycans 4 out of 5 stars.
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Signet (September 6, 2011)