After watching all his warrior’s find their mates, Ra wants nothing more than to find his own. How hard can it be? He’s an Egyptian god, for crying out loud. Women should fall at his feet-and into his bed. When he discovers his destiny, he’s flabbergasted that she doesn’t accept him at the word go. He must wrap his head, and arms around this mortal woman. Fast.
Shanda doesn’t want a man right now. No way, no how. But when the sexy stranger shows up at her museum, her sex-starved body doesn’t care. It wants him…posthaste. She might have a chance in hell of resisting him, if he’d only stop kissing her.
With the pressure of having to tell Shanda what he truly is, Ra bumbles the job left and right. Very un-godlike. And when she does everything she can to stay out of his bed and his life, Ra must win her over the only way he knows how. With seduction.
Review: Ra’s Hunger is a good short read. Wish it had been a little longer.
Ra is an Egyptain sun god and he is looking for his mate. He’s been looking for centuries, until one day he walks into a museum and see’s Shanda. Shanda has just been the last six months getting her life back on track and finding a man is the very last thing she wants.
The characters in the book have all kinds of different feelings. Ra wants to give Shanda all he has to just be his mate, but he’s scared to tell her the truth of what he truly is. He has loved in lost in the past. Just imagine a god being afraid of a mortal woman. Shanda you can tell has feelings for him but she doesn’t want to give in. The love they have for each other is out of this world.
I wish that this book had been longer. Give Ra and Shanda enough time to really fall into love, instead of doing it all in less than a week. I do love how he brings in reinforcements to help him. Just goes to show you that a god doesn’t always know what to do. When it comes to love everyone always needs a little help.