Title: Bite
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Self Published
Buy link: (Second Edition)
Genre: GBLT Paranormal
Length: 179 pages (print)
Rating: ***** (out of 5)

Anton Lupi is a very wealthy werewolf who loves a well-prepared steak. That’s all he’s hoping for when he meets Greg, his new live-in chef. Unconventional, flamboyant and confident, Greg appeals to Anton immediately and he finds himself wanting to know him a whole lot better. Anton can hardly keep his hands off Greg the first time he cooks, in more ways than one, and the heat makes him go up in flames. All he wants is to get Greg into bed and keep him there.

Greg is just as attracted to Anton, and after their first sexual encounter he can’t resist falling for him even more, but Anton’s wolf wants Greg for his mate. Greg has no idea that his lover is anything other than human and he thinks that Anton’s growling and incessant biting are just a different form of love play. He doesn’t know that it is hot werewolf mating.

But someone close to Anton doesn’t approve of his new relationship with Greg and tries to scare him away with acts of vandalism. As the couple become closer, the danger, threats and tension escalate to the point where they have to depend on each other to stay safe. With the increasing pressures Greg has to work very hard to remain sane and reassure himself that Anton would never hurt him

Bite is vintage Sean Michael with his trademark gorgeous men having the most incredible sex that goes on forever. The sex scenes between these two characters are scorching and the steam could fog up all the windows for miles around. The book is so fast paced you can’t put it down and the action keeps on coming, ultimately reaching a crescendo when Greg is kidnapped. This is one story that you will want to re-read many times, with an ending that left me gasping for more. It is certain to be a fan favorite. I can’t want for the sequel which I hope is available very soon.

This book was formerly reviewed for Literary Nymphs Reviews


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