Friday, March 18, 2011

Review: Shark Bait (Ocean Shifters 3) by Daisy Harris

Shark Bait (Ocean Shifters 3)
Daisy Harris

Paranormal Romance (Shape Shifters) / M/M and M/F Erotica
Review Requested

"Raider had spent years honing his front, but as Sophia calmly assessed his erection it occurred to him--no male holds the upper hand when his pants are around his knees." After seventeen mating refusals, sea dragoness Sophia Aleahar is getting more than a little desperate. But when she swims to a potential mate to convince him to reconsider, she's taken hostage by shark-shifter pirates. Mere-shark hybrid Raider ShaCrayz has spent ten years in the hold of his father's ship. The tiny dragoness prisoner inspires his most vicious and most gentle impulses. When she offers him freedom in exchange for helping her lure a mate, Raider decides he wants to be more than just a beast on a chain. Raider desires her like no male ever has, but Sophia needs to learn that no handsome dragon is worth more than the bad-boy shark who loves her.






Creatively Written!

In this fascinating world within the sea, every species rules within their own hierarchy schools/councils whether they are sharks, mere-folk/dolphins, or even sea dragons. Yes these creatures are shape-shifters and some can walk on land depending on which species they are. They even inter-mate with each other creating halfblooded creatures.

This is the third installment of the Ocean Shifters series and though I haven’t read the first two books in the series, this book took me a little to get into at the beginning trying to understand and get the feel of this new shape-shifter world but after about 30 or 40 pages I was totally hooked and drawn into the story not wanting to put the book down. I will definitely be reading the first two books now.

The story was amazing and I loved the idea behind the plot. The sea creature’s characters were totally awesome and their personalities fit their species. Raider (shark/mere-man), sexy tough guy and Sophia (Sea Dragon), an innocent female, encounters between each other were very comical but their erotic love scenes were totally HOT.

I loved the good/bad guy scientist in the story and loved good overcoming evil. The Scientist David and the Mere-man Nereus relationship were sweet with the short M/M erotic scenes and were left open in the end; and I hope to read more about them both in future books.


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