Seducing Destiny by Anne Kane

Destiny has her life meticulously planned out, which includes future marriage to a stable man of means who will provide a lovely home and lovely children. Although she has found the man, Quentin, her plan is in jeopardy from Jack, the Alpha of the local werewolf pack. Jack knows that Destiny is his life mate and now he has to convince her of it. Destiny is a lone wolf and her fears of love and family come from years of rejection and pain in foster homes. Jack, though, has a special weapon: he is a master chocolate confectioner and sends her delightful figurines of tasty, rich chocolate. And if the chocolate wasn’t enough to tempt her, his hard body and overwhelming appeal is seducing her. Destiny must not only put aside her fears and open herself to love, but her very life and life of the pack is threatened by one she does trust.

“Sex and Chocolate: Seducing Destiny” is an enticing and riveting read. The characters are vivid and appealing, the storyline is excellent and the writing superb. The erotic scenes are sizzling and loving and gosh, who knew you could do that with chocolate? This was a fun, romantic, hot, great read.

Book Stats:

  • e-book, digital format
  • Publisher: Changeling Press
  • Book Length: Novella
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-1-60521-253-1

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Destiny has her life meticulously planned out, which includes future marriage to a stable man of means who will provide a lovely home and lovely children. Although she has found the man, Quentin, her plan is in jeopardy from Jack, the Alpha of the local werewolf pack. Jack knows that Destiny is his life mate …

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About Storm

Storm Reyes has been reading paranormal, science fiction and fantasy books for over 50 years and writing reviews for 3 years. She recently retired from her position as Executive Assistant for the Pierce County Library System and now spends her time doing whatever the heck she wants to do. She's a Puyallup Indian, living on an urban reservation and so has the best of both worlds. Storm also spent 40 years as a human rights activist and public speaker. Her future plans include learning Tai Chi and making a dent in her stack of books to-be-read.

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