Review: Falke’s Peak by Anna Keaton and Madison Layle

Falke’s Peak by Anna Keaton and Madison Layle
Series: Puma Nights (# 1)
Release Date: December 20, 2010
Publisher: Carina Press
Page Count: 125
Source: purchased for pleasure

She couldn’t believe her eyes.

Stressed out ad-exec Dakota wandered into Catamount Outfitters in search of a guide for a wilderness excursion. She didn’t expect to be greeted by not one, but five of the most ruggedly delicious-looking men she’d ever seen. Not to mention a live cougar guarding the shop.

The Falke brothers have more than just good looks in their genes.

Eldest brother Axel agrees to guide Dakota on her mountain trek. In cougar form, Axel’s twin, Gunnar, was there as a protection from predators–but he had his eye on the sexy client instead.

Into the wild…

While the rule with clients was “paws-off,” both Axel and Gunnar couldn’t resist Dakota’s seductive Native American beauty and determination. As cold days led to hot nights in the cabin, Axel and Gunnar wondered if they’d finally found a woman strong enough to tame them…

Cover notes / Warnings: graphic sex

Review:  Dakota’s introduction to the Falke brothers in this book is the stuff dreams are made of. Walk in to a store and find five gorgeous men eager to serve… well, one of them is a cougar at the time. Once again, I found myself running back to the store (aren’t we glad that doesn’t involve a car anymore?) to buy book one when I unknowingly started book two (Falke’s Captive). This time I wasn’t disappointed because Falke’s Peak was most excellent.

One of the boys is always in cougar form on the trail and in the store for protection. This gets to be a bitter point when Axel and Gunnar take Dakota up the trail to the cabin, and only one gets to be human. They can communicate telepathically with each other, and the jealousy is leaping between the two guys just as much as the chemistry is between them and Dakota.

I wish the book was longer, and got more into the the relationship between all the family. But it’s a quick read and the author shows us the character’s feelings and struggles from the beginning. I couldn’t tell it was written by two people, and the flow of the story was great but it just made the book go by too fast. The authors didn’t take the quick & easy ending, and I loved how it ended. Of course I can’t give it away.

Go buy this book! But make sure you buy Falke’s Captive as well.

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