Heart of the Jaguar by Myla Jackson
Myla Jackson’s short novella packs a wallop of a punch. From beginning to end, the story never stops. In fact, I’m still trying to come down from it all.
Reme isn’t sure what to think of what is happening to him and the only person that could even possibly understand is his ex-girlfriend. Sybille won’t take no for an answer when it comes Reme. When they finally figure out what is going on, they only have minutes to make things right or Sybille loses Reme forever.
This story is not for the faint of heart. There is sex, some consensual, some in a dream and some non-consensual. Don’t worry though. Sybille’s got Reme’s back and then some. There is voodoo, violence but most of all, there is unconditional love.
She’s All That by Delilah Devlin
Okay, I’ll admit that I read this story before it was published. That said, its still one of the most interesting, surprising and truly heartfelt stories that I’ve read in a while.
She’s All That is a My Immortal Knight story so you will see characters from the other stories pop in and out. I will admit that I haven’t read any of the Immortal Knights books but you will not be confused when reading She’s All That. It will make you want to go buy the other books in the series, though.
Moses is a cop that is following the Full Moon cases and Melanie is the latest victim of a vampire attack. When she comes into the station to give her statement, Moses is immediately drawn to her. Melanie has dreams that she can’t seem to control. Once Moses and Melanie figure out her dreams and how they are connected to the vampire attack, its a race to keep her safe and out of sight.
With help from Moses friends, Melanie feels safe with Moses but the dreams still keep coming. The chemistry is off the charts with Moses and Melanie. Their last scene will take your breath away and you might re-read it again and again.
I can’t wait to go back and read the other My Immortal Knights books to get the full back story to this wonderful story between Moses and Melanie. Don’t pass it up…you won’t be sorry.