Mr. March by Bailey Bradford

Mr. March by Bailey Bradford
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (139 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Curiosity didn’t kill this cat…

Jason Eddings is a foreman for a construction company by day and a mountain lion at night. He got suckered into doing a calendar shoot. Little did he know that his sisters, Cindy and Anne, were hoping to set him up with Gregg, another man on the calendar shoot. That never happened, because Gregg met Albert.

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Casey’s a newly graduated veterinarian. He thought there was something special about the mountain lion, but he didn’t have a clue how much his life was about to change.

Curiosity had nothing on this cat. And he’s hot, too!

I’ve read a few books by Bailey Bradford and I haven’t been let down. When I saw Mr. March, involving hot guys and shifters…I had to check this book out. I’m glad I did. The characters are interesting, the take on shifters is unique and the writing is crisp.

Jason and Casey are regular guys. That’s part of what I loved about them. Jason’s a shifter–a mountain lion, but he’s also a contractor. So he’s a regular guy. Then there’s Casey. I liked he was smart and a veterinarian (score for Jason, right? Grin.) but he was down to earth. The chemistry between these guys is off the charts, so that’s a plus, too.

I mentioned earlier Bradford’s take on shifters is fresh. There are details the author includes that aren’t in other shifter books, which kept this one interesting. The story line is solid and kept me in my seat, needing to know what was going to happen next.

If you’re interested in a book with hot guys, fantastic chemistry and a plot that’s memorable, then this might be the book for you.

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