Monday, March 21, 2016
Into the Darkness by Katie Reus
This book has two stories in it the first Rhea and Connall the next is Liberty and Rory. Their stories are intertwined so I devised an easy way to read what I think about the couple's:
RHEA AND CONNALL:
I love dragon shifters, and Connall is such a damn caveman, “you’d look good in a flapper dress.” Or any dress. Or out of any dress. He couldn’t take his gaze off her, knew all the heat he felt for her was in his eyes now." Connell doesn't like to be interrupted while spending quality time with his woman the man goes full on caveman, "the knocking incessant and aggravating. Conall growled, baring his canines as if ready to attack. She felt the feral dragon rippling under the surface, felt the exact same way right now."
LIBERTY AND RORY:
Rory is possessive and doesn't like others touching, smelling and probably talking to his woman, “he had his hand on you and was smelling you.” He said it so matter-of-fact, as if that explained everything. As if he hadn’t just been trying to kill his brother."
I liked seeing these possessive men, nothing makes a girl feel more wanted than that.