Roxie and her friend are in the Wulf’s
Den having a girl’s night out and if the wall- to-wall, hot
and good looking men are any indication, they're going to be
having some fun. Looking around the room, Roxie is a bit
hesitant to meet the eyes of the men staring at her until
she sees HIM. Pure male and sin personified, the man that
meets Roxie’s eyes takes her breath away, and she quickly
and irreversibly falls under his spell.
Beowulf, yes THAT Beowulf, senses his
mate is near. Having searched and pretty much given up hope
of ever finding the one true woman for him, the fact that
she's near is enough to bring his inner wolf to the
surface. When Beowulf discovers she is human, his feelings
and emotions are so deeply tied to this woman that no one
will stand in his way. Not his family and certainly not
All he has to do is convince her, and
that might take some doing.
Beowulf and Roxie is
nothing like the ode I read in high school. With tales of
monsters and foul mothers in my head, I sat back and thought
surely I would know how this story would unfold. Imagine my
surprise when Marisa Chenery told a romantic tale of a man
searching for his soul mate and finally finding her.
Obstacles stand in their path; her mortality is an issue.
Will that be overcome? Will they bond?
These questions and more were answered
with this lovely book. Their bonding was shiverlicious and
the sex was heady. It was enough to make me sweat. Thumbs
up Ms. Chenery on giving a new twist to an extremely old