Rich, grumpy Anton has not been able to
keep a chef, until Greg shows up. He’s surprised at Greg’s
appearance—tattoos, bleached hair, goatee—and his skill in
the kitchen. He quickly finds himself attracted to Greg,
but will Greg want him when he discovers Anton’s secret?
Greg comes to Anton’s home expecting
only to work, not end up sleeping with the boss. Still, he
can’t seem to get enough of Anton. Then strange things
start happening, and he begins to wonder if there’s someone
out there that doesn’t want him to be with Anton…
In typical Sean Michael fashion,
Bite is an incredibly hot book. Anton is brooding,
dominating, possessive, and unhappy about his werewolf
status. Sometimes stubborn and other times submissive, Greg
is a good match for him. Their relationship progressed
quickly, but somehow the speed was believable. The sex
scenes are very, very hot. There was an interesting
suspense angle as well, with the person who was stalking
Greg. Overall, Bite is a really good read. I
do have to add a couple of disclaimers to this review,
however. If you don’t like violence, steer clear.
Secondly, don’t expect this one to be tied up with a bow at
the end. I’ll certainly be reading the sequel when it comes
out later this year!