- File Size: 1432 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Covet (July 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 28, 2015
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X3GBHHI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #521,814 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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For some of us, Linc's story was something we waiting for a long time... And it was definitely not a disappointment. I fell more in love with the character and the author gave him more of a loving soul that made you cheer for him more.
Linc's story left off after the wedding of his best friend, Nick. We knew there was something brewing between Linc and Nick's wife's best friend, Bennett, but we didn't know just how hot it got. The two of them had an unforgettable night and it left them both wanting for more. They received that and some.
Linc and Bennett both had to learn how to trust and love. They also had to find themselves within the story while letting go of the pain that had kept them from finding happiness.
It was nice to have Nick & Casey play such a large part of their happiness since Linc helped guide Nick as well.
The story was definitely worth the wait. I definitely LOVED this installment of the series!
I love Bennett and Linc, this book's featured couple, who agree to a one and done at their best friends' wedding. Fate has a different plan for them, though, and ten weeks later Bennett is looking at positive signs on multiple pregnancy tests. Because she was raised by a single mother, Bennett wants more for her baby. She tells Linc, who doesn't doubt he is the father, just wonders how since werewolves can't get humans pregnant. His quest for answers leads to a witch and DNA testing, but what they learn puts them on the precipice of disaster, threatening to take Bennett and their baby from him forever.
The first time Bennett saw Linc her thoughts were something like.. gosh, he’s hot too bad he’s gay. Which was so far from the truth that everyone near enough to hear cracked up…especially Linc. And for a moment, it also gave Linc an excellent view of her near nude body as Bennett was quickly changing into her bridesmaid finery created by him for their mutual friend Casey’s wedding. So we got a brief glimpse (play on words intended) of this couple in the first novel of this series. They definitely deserved their own story, in my and many other fans opinion – thankfully we got our wish.
Linc and Bennett hook up at Casey and Nick’s wedding celebration – and that’s all it was supposed to be, a wedding hookup. One night, out of time, when people do foolish things when the love and magic is thick in the air. Yes, they were definitely attracted to each other and it might have gone further if either one of them was looking for more than one night, but they weren’t. Fate had a different plan.
When ten weeks later Bennett finds herself on the disbelieving side of almost a dozen pregnancy test sticks, she has no choice but to accept that yep, she’s pregnant. And she sets out to do the right thing and find Linc immediately. Might as well get that part over with because it’s not going to change.
To say Linc was surprised would be the understatement of the century. They had used condoms, that was one thing – but there was another. Linc is a werewolf and cannot get a human pregnant. To his credit, he believed Bennett without doubt but knew that there had to be some supernatural magic in her family. She obviously didn’t know it, but it had to be there.
So begins a delightful story of two equally strong willed, stubborn people. And we take off on an adventure as Bennett and Linc adjust to becoming parents, finding Bennett’s family, start that rocky journey toward falling in love and deal with an extremely supernatural time of discovery for them both. This romance is not going to be easy, but it will be worth it.
I loved Baby’s Got Bite just as much as I did Take It Like A Vamp. Bennett and Linc were perfect for each other, both had trust issues, and neither one gave up on the other even in moments of extreme frustration or anger, at the heart they had each other’s backs. Their story was charming, stormy, sexy and full of love for each other and for their child. Nothing was going to separate them, come war or peace, they would raise their child together and love each other along the way.
Love paranormal romance? Then you should be heading out to pick up Baby’s Got Bite. Like, now. And while you’re at it, make sure you start at the beginning because both books pretty much tell an amazing, sensuous, supernatural love story that you will not want to miss. I sincerely hope this is not the last time we run into Nick and Casey or Linc and Bennett because I for one want more of their adventures.
*I received an e-ARC of Baby’s Got Bite from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.* Originally reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf (dot) com
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