Paxton Tenor is a police detective—a
pretty good one, too—and she has a serious dislike of all
vampires since one killed her boyfriend. It’s unfortunate
that her partner is best friends with a very sexy vampire
who also helps out the police when needed. Paxton has
avoided Seth for months now and has no plans to change her
mind until the night they are forced to work together.
Seth Gramble is more than a vampire,
more than royalty, he is one of the few vampires that can
shapeshift. Seth’s other self is a black jaguar. Seth knew
when he met Paxton that she was his mate, in fact both parts
of him knew she was his mate. After waiting six months for
Paxton to warm up to him, Seth is now just going to go after
his mate and show her that not all vampires are fiends.
This assignment seems like just the perfect way to show
Paxton just what she is to him.
Tooth and Claw brings
together a sexy, focused vampire and a police detective with
a chip on her shoulder in a most erotic way. Paxton and
Seth come together with a sudden and extreme flashpoint.
The where had me chuckling, as someone who has worked in a
police station. Paxton and Seth were quickly learning just
what fate had in store for them while solving a baffling
case. I reached the last page way too fast and truly hope
that Ms. McKenna will bring them back for another visit.
The underlying humor and suggestive manner made Tooth
and Claw and its characters a firm favorite and a
story that paranormal lovers will want in their library.