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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Review - Black Velvet: Tales of the Rikashi Book 3 by Antonia Tiranth and Delilah K. Stephans

Title: Black Velvet: Tales of the Rikashi Book 3

Authors: Antonia Tiranth & Delilah K. Stephans

Publisher: Lyrical Press

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Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Brynna Curry

Always in battle, always alone... A prophecy that cannot be denied.

Determined to avoid a forced marriage, Amara hops a plane to find and recruit Jett, the only man her fellow shifters believe can save them.

Jett cares little for Amara's cause, and an ancient prophecy has told him he must always fight alone. But when the plucky lass shows up in his life and refuses to leave, the last thing he expects is the turbulent emotions her presences brings.

When she's not busy hating him, Amara kind of likes Jett, and Jett can't deny that he's falling for her. But when love ignites between them, can they deny their destiny?

Content warning: Sexual innuendo, explicit sexual situations, language.

About to be forced to marry a man of her father's choosing, Amara of the Rikashi is sent by her fellow shifters to recruit Jett Houston, convinced he can save their race from destruction. Jett helped them once before, but after returning from the mission to find both his parents murdered, he wants nothing to do with the Rikashi. His only goal is to finish law school, now that he's taken care of his family's murderer, but Amara affects him like no other. Sparks fly between the pair and soon they realize there is more to the prophecy than meets the eye.

I absolutely loved this book. Jett is the perfect tortured hero, on a mission, frustratingly in love with the one woman he shouldn't be and determined to have her at all costs. Amara is a strong and determined heroine who still has a soft side. If you read Black Velvet, you'll be going shopping for the other two and all those that come after. Though written by two different authors, the book flows together seamlessly, floating between Jett and Amara. One you Gotta Read.

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