Roan’s Fall by Marisa Chenery


Book Review

8/10

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As a hair stylist, Ansley has seen and cut a lot of people’s hair, but when Roxie shows up for her appointment with a very large, gorgeous man, Anlsey can’t take her eyes off him. Nor can she stop her body’s reaction to Roan when Roxie asks her to cut his hair as well. But things seem to go steadily downhill when Ansley’s curse–her ability to say the first thing that comes to mind when around a man she is attracted to–rears its ugly head. When Roan growls at her to hurry up, Ansley knows her mouth has done it to her again.

Even through the harsh chemical smells in the hair salon, Ansley’s scent is like a punch in the gut to Roan. Knowing she is his mate, and a mortal, it has him fighting the urge to claim her as his own. Hoping to ease into telling her he is a werewolf, Roan prays he has the control to take things slow. But when it comes to Ansley, he must fight the wolf inside him or risk scaring away the one woman who was meant for him.

 

I previously reviewed an older title from this author, Icy Temptations, and it was a delight to discover Roan’s Fall far surpassed her older work. Though part of a series, this story ties in to another series and is best read in order, this helps clear up some of the confusion that took place while reading Roan’s Fall. There are quite a handful of characters that I found myself struggling to keep up with.

But other than that, this title made me laugh, gasp, and giggle like the erotic fan girl that I am. It made me cry from all the angst and struggles both characters fought in themselves and against each other. It kept me reading with anticipation to find out how it ended.

Though it did slow down a bit towards the end, Roan’s Fall is packed with numerous erotic scenes, characters out of this world, and a taste of action to top it all off. It contained a new twist to the werewolf genre that was both surprising and unique. Roan’s Fall is a must read.

Hope you enjoyed this book review and look forward to the next review on this month’s free eBook read, Fashionably Dead by Robyn Peterman.

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