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Suck and Lick (Midnight Matings, #18) by…

Suck and Lick (Midnight Matings, #18) (edition 2012)

by Joyee Flynn

Series: Midnight Matings (18)

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This installment of the "Midnight Matings" is a really cute story. Mind you, it doesn't start out all roses and sunshine, and it contains enough drama and issues between the mates to fill two books, but the way their love slowly develops, and how they handle themselves made me smile. The idea of a chupacabra shifter is also quite funny, as is a giraffe shifter who is alpha of a pride of lions. Absolutely hilarious! And yet, the explanations for everything are clear and sound simple, so by the end of the book it all sounded quite normal.

Leo, and what a name for a giraffe shifter, has a ton of issues, and when Gable forces him to mate under the influence of the UPAC drink, he is not happy. Since there is no way out for him, he decides to proceed with caution, and gives his new mate a chance. As is usual in these books, they work it all out by having sex. Lots and lots of it.

Gable has a few traumas and dark secrets as well, he just handles them differently. It takes him a while to trust Leo, but once he opens up, they become stronger as a couple. I felt for him once I understood why he was so arrogant and standoffish in he beginning. I liked that I got to know and understand him better as the story progressed.

If you like unusual shifters, if main characters with dark secrets and lots of psychological issues are your thing, and if you like tons of drama and a bit of brattiness in your stories, you will probably like this one. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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