- File Size: 2659 KB
- Print Length: 156 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (August 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074HP7JSH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,841 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Sassy Ever After: Just a Little Harmless Sass (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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Greer is a human woman who has issues with settling down.
Xander is a wolf determined to extract revenge on the pack who killed his family.
When these two meet they both realize the other makes them want to change. But first Xander must finally get rid of the crazy lion determined to frame him for the murders of the humans in Twilight.
My only problem with this story is the bad guy mentioning to Greer that he was paid to take out Xander's family. Never did she mention it to Xander, and it was never brought up again. It would've been nice to know who paid to eliminate his family and why.
Greer is human and Xander is a wolf shifter. They meet when Greer slips in the woods and Xander rescues her. Xander was in town to find 2 of the people who killed his family. Due to his interest in Greer, the bad guys took an interest in her too.
The bad guys do a lot to get to get to Xander, by getting to Greer.
During the story, you have a looks at Xander's family and his change from seeking revenge to finding love.
Have fun in Twilight.
And boy is it hot as hell when these two do get together! I really appreciate the use of more explicit words in sex scenes (when they're built up to and used in the right context, of course) and loved that things weren't just glossed over like you sometimes find in romances. I don't know about you but if I'm investing my time is getting pulled into a romance and seeing the emotion and passion blossom, I want to really immerse myself in the experience and get the dirty details when things finally heat up. I thought the love scenes in this novel were hot as hell, without being over the top or forced. It was a tiny bit more overt than you might find in some of Codi Gary's other work, but I was eating it up and can't wait for more scenes like this in future novels.
I really appreciated that Greer was a curvy woman, who was described as having a rounded belly and hips. I do love me a sassy, curvy heroine! Both her personality and Xander's were really endearing and I just wish I had gotten more time to get to know them further. As with any Codi Gary romance, the supporting characters have their own charm that pulls you in and makes you crave their own story. I'm craving Jill's story next and would love to learn more about the town and the people who live in it. The author threw in some really cute quirks that just make me want to jump back in and explore.
JUST A LITTLE HARMLESS SASS was a seriously satisfying read that I couldn't put down. I devoured the whole thing in one sitting and it just left me wanting more of Twilight, Idaho. I know this is a bit of a departure from Codi Gary's typical work, but I think if you love her other romances, you'll definitely still find all the elements you love in her new paranormal romance. It's still got that wonderfully quirky small town flare, but with a paranormal kick that will make you crave a werewolf boyfriend of your very own.
Disclosure: I received an ARC of the novel and chose to write a review. All thoughts and opinions shared are my own.
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This was what I would call a very 'typical' shifter book but also a well written one. Greer and Xander were both well written and likeable characters.Read more