Review: Prowl the Night by Crystal Jordan

18 Oct

Prowl the Night byCrystal Jordan
Kennsington (October 2011)
Trade: $14.00; ebook: $10.99
ISBN: 9780758261557

Prowl the Night is book two in Crystal Jordan’s Prowl series. It contains two erotic, romance stories. They are sizzling, so if you like your sex spicy and often, you’ll most likely love the stories included in the book.

Crave Me

Favorite Lines: “And even though she was in his lap, curled against the heat of his body, she was dismissed just that quickly for the more important aspects of his life. It was depressing, disheartening, and made her regret her impulsive need to find  comfort in his arms.” (p. 37)

As newly appointed heir to his Pride, Tomas Montoya struggles with both his new duties and his new mate. He craves the dark and dangerous pleasure he finds with Ciri but wonders if he can ever satisfy her need for more…

Crave Me is an emotionally satisfying, erotic story. It shows what comes after the instant attraction and destined mate story line. Watching two people learn about each other outside of the bedroom (or office) shows the need for there to be more than great sex. The best part is creating a workable, yet believable happily ever after for the hero and heroine. I’ve got to know they will succeed in the future. I got all that and much more with Crave Me.

I understand who the hero and heroine truly are as people. I watched the sexual chemistry between the characters burn with desire before they stroke, lick and pump each other to completion. Most importantly, I felt the two compromise as they discovered they could have everything they wanted only if they had each other. The short action oriented story line worked to more the story forward, but don’t expect to run from page to page. Most of the story is about the indecision and concern Ciri and Tomas feel. It is also hot, hot, hot from the first sentence to the last.

Want Me

Favorite Lines: “His fingers were buried deep in her sex when she woke up. Her nipples were tight, her p**sy so wet she whimpered before she opened her eyes. His  arms held her back tight to his chest, but she twisted around as best as she could to look at him. Only to find that he was still deep in slumber.” (p.186)

Teresa Garcia has seen how loving and losing a mate can drive someone mad and she has no interest in experiencing that herself. But when she meets Rafael Santiago, she wants him like no other. Driven by desire, she hungers for his body with a fierce and feral passion…

Want Me features a heroine determined to resist the fated bonding common among panther shifters. Her brother was featured in previous stories written by Crystal Jordan as a villain, but there is so much more to his story than a man determined to have his way. The reason he turned out the way he did is explained in Want Me‘s short story. More than that, however, it is the story of a man comfortable enough to let his woman lead.

She is the heir to her Spanish Pride and outside of the bedroom he defers to her. It doesn’t make him weak or cause him to ever question his masculinity. She never thinks less of him and in the bedroom the two create magnificent sparks. Rafael knows what he wants, considers the pros and cons and then inserts himself in  Teresa’s life. She makes a major decision that he doesn’t agree with, but he never goes the caveman route. He allows her to be a grown woman and make decisions. He never closes the door on the relationship or acts petty.

The story is short, sexy and smart. It has no action, but the story doesn’t suffer from the lack there of. I can’t say I absolutely liked it as much as Crave Me, but it was okay. The sex scenes were really, really nice. 🙂

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One Response to “Review: Prowl the Night by Crystal Jordan”

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  1. Rick - November 6, 2011

    erotic stories…

    Hey, Good stuff, enjoy love your site. Keep up the good super work….

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