Review: Memphis Heat
by Marteeka Karland and Shelby Morgen
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It has been a few months since Jarod was shot and thought he was going to die, but instead woke up and finding himself a werewolf. While grateful to still be alive being a werewolf did not come with any instruction manuals and he is finding it difficult to fight his attraction to his partner and lover
While Jarod and Belle are on a stakeout keeping an eye on the Russian Mob things get explosive quickly and they have no one but themselves to rely on.
MEMPHIS HEAT1: STAKEOUT is the first in what I hope is a long series by Marteeka Karland and Shelby Morgan. This book is simply as hilarious as it is hot. I love that Belle is a strong tough heroine and not only can handle her guy Jarod but anyone else who tries to get in the way and Jarod will do anything to protect his mate.
All I have to say is that Ms Karland and Ms Morgan better not be doing anything else but keeping me and the readers supplied with more Memphis Heat.
|Memphis, Tennessee. One of the top ten poorest big cities in the U.S. Where there’s poverty, there’s crime. The Russian Mob’s moving in. And where there are criminals, there are cops. One just happens to be a werewolf.
Jarod took a bullet to the chest. But he didn’t die. And since he woke up, nothing’s been the same. Because while he was lying there bleeding out, he was bitten. By a werewolf. And that thing about silver bullets? Myth. Shoot anything in the mouth, spill its brains all over the sidewalk, and it dies. Jarod’s got no pack, and his bite didn’t come with instructions. What Jarod doesn’t know about being a werewolf would fill a book.
He can smell his partner’s sexual attraction — she might as well be in heat. But if he lets Belle have what she wants, will she wake up with a strong desire for raw meat? Not knowing means trying to talk her out of the sex she’s determined to have with him, because he’s not told her he has a furry side.
Yeah. Two partners who always have each other’s backs and can share anything — and everything — but the one thing they need to share the most.