Wednesday, September 19, 2012

REVIEW: The Ketchikan Man by Ciara Lake

Praise for The Ketchikan Man by Ciara Lake, Brides and Dark Secrets Series from Tanya from Joyfully Reviewed

The Ketchikan Man is a wild Alaska tale featuring a hunky man/grizzly shifter and sweet and smart Oklahoma woman. Ms. Lake who I am used to reading sci-fi from does a fine job in creating two lovable characters in The Ketchikan Man. I enjoyed this tale and think you will too.

Ketchikan Man

Brides and Dark Secrets Series
Ciara Lake
eTreasures Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 74, Novella
Price: $1.49
Leea, a young woman from Oklahoma, engages in a heated sexting relationship with a man from Alaska. Lucan, on a hunt for his mate, advertised for a mail order bride. Leea, aware of the risks, is still drawn to the Ketchikan man and his nightly naughty texts. She believes she’s behaved shockingly via text, now she’s embarrassed by the explicitness she shared with this virtual stranger. When she arrives in Alaska, she encounters an absolutely gorgeous male. Overwhelmed, she’s suddenly inhibited by timidity. However, Lucan is patient and determined to reveal Leea’s inner siren. His unique instincts tell him that she's his.

Lucan is a local artist, a talented man. He’s part Native American with an extra component in his genes.  Unknown to Leea, his honored ancestor passed a special gift to him.

Will Leea and Lucan’s passion survive the wilds of Alaska?

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