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    Wednesday
    Jan132010

    New Juicy Review: Serengeti Heat by Vivi Andrews

     Book:              Serengeti Heat

    Author:            Vivi Andrews

    ISBN/ASIN:    B002DOSBOI

    Publisher:       Samhain

    Ratings:          Five Stars

    Three Rocks Pride has got itself a new Alpha who is very, very available and all the shifter females know it. Enter runt of the litter, Ava Minor who has a scorching case of heat, four burly brothers who try to keep her under lock and key, and a hard case for the new alpha, Landon King. Who pretty much doesn’t know who the heck she is since taking over the Pride.

    But on an evening out to a local honky tonk determined to kick up her heels away from the ranch, and wearing her springiest red tube top, Ava runs into her mysterious new alpha and the flames spiral out of control. Can Landon quench the fire between them? Does he want to? Or will it burn out of control?

    Serengeti Heat was a delicious novella to devour but savor slowly. Andrews has penned a compact, passionate short story that is extremely well written, in fact better than some full-length paranormal novels I have read. Sometimes writing a short story is a bigger challenge than a full-fledged novel. No words are wasted by Andrews but each and every one designed for steamy impact. The outcome is a tasteful piece that will win audiences over. I’m sold. I will definitely be reading more of Vivi Andrews starting with the sequel Serengeti Storm!

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