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Caught in a FAB Romance (@TheLoveJunkee)

Introvert, Worrier, Owner of the blog "Caught in a FAB Romance", and resident Romance Guru on Parajunkee's View. I've been blogging about books for four years - if it's got romance in it, I'll read it! You can also find me on twitter, tweeting about books, my family, and sometimes, The Saints: @TheLoveJunkee Find me on Instagram:Instagram


Feral - Sheri Whitefeather Jenny Lincoln runs her grandfather's ranch as a big cat rescue, but funding has been slow and she's going to have to shut down...then she gets an anonymous donation with the promise of more money - enough to keep the rescue running. The only catch is she has to go out with the donor - to his "animal shifter" themed sex club.Noah Diaz was human, until a vicious attack by a shapeshifter changed his life forever. A century later, he's running a sex club for shifters and shifter groupies. He happens to stumble across Jenny's rescue, and his cat side wants to chase her. Obscenely rich, he offers her the promise of enough money to save her ranch. Will the straight-laced, innocent Jenny take the bait?My thoughts:I'm going to be blunt: I could not get into this book. It started off well - Noah wants to date Jenny, he's wanting the thrill of the chase. She's innocent and not very experienced and Noah thinks she's going to fight her attraction the whole way. So far, so good, right? I love when the H/H fight their attraction.Then things quickly turn around: She goes to his sex club and sees what it's all about, and the next day she's telling him her sexual fantasies and having phone sex! Now "the chase" is gone. They embark on a sexual relationship, there's a "Beauty and the Beast" reenactment, some magic stones, and Noah is now denying his love for Jenny while she's insisting he does love her.All in all, the characters read as very inconsistent, the plot was weak, and at one point there was a scene involving yogurt and a sex toy that caused me to get up and walk away. I'm not sure why her cousin Matt was written into the story, he seemed to serve no purpose, and Coyote, Noah's accountant, seemed to have an interesting background but was only used to push the story in the direction the author was going.