Review: The Bigger They Are… by Stephanie Julian

The Bigger They Are… by Stephanie Julian
Series: Lover’s of the Fringe (# 2)
Release Date: March 23, 2012
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 84
Source:  book provided by publisher for review

Andy Lohani is in a serious funk. The Yeti shifter is looking for love, or at least some loving, and when he meets Jenna Durham one dark night, sparks fly. She’s beautiful, sexy and hot for him. Getting her in his bed is job one. Unfortunately, she’s Normal and he’s really…not.Accountant Jenna Durham doesn’t believe her brother’s crazy theories about Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. But she agrees to check out a bar in northern Pennsylvania where her brother says Bigfoot hangs out. At least she’s getting an expenses-paid weekend away.
When Jenna meets seven-foot blond and blue-eyed hunk Andy, she realizes she owes her brother one hell of an apology. Because she has a huge crush on the Abominable Snowman. And what he can do between the sheets is not something a girl could soon forget. But if she wants to keep him, she might have to give up her Normal life for one on the Fringe…

Review:  Andy is looking for that special someone. He is tired of the one night stands and scaring people because he is a Yeti. He is one sexy man who is jealous of his cousin for finding the woman that completes him. Jenna doesn’t believe in the paranormal. Her twin brother is all about it and has spent his whole life chasing after one story or another. When her brother asks her to go and check a bar out to see if it is a place filled with the paranormal, she at first doesn’t want to but she does anyway. All that changes when she notices a man walk out of a bar that is over 7 feet tall.

This is my first Yeti book and I loved it. I wish I had read the first one which was about Big Foot. Who knew that finding the person for you could be so hot and make you believe in anything.  This author is a new author for me and I loved how she wrote this short story. Makes me want to truly believe that there are Yeti’s. If I saw a 7 Foot man walking around it would make me think that maybe he is one.  The characters in this book just made me laugh. I laughed over the fairy whose name was Fry. Just imagining him drinking moonshine past out in a gremlin.  The author just made everything so real and made it easy to imagine this really happening.

I can’t wait to find more books by this author just to see what other things she writes about. She is a great story weaver. I hope that there will be more in this series. If she wrote about Big Foot and a Yeti finding love I wonder what could be next. I couldn’t imagine taking one home and interducing them to my family. Well now that I think of it, it does have some great possibilties. No one would be crazy enough to mess with me if I had a Yeti. This book was something I will be keeping on my kindle to read again. It has a great love story and some pretty hot scenes.

So if you love something that is a little different and want to read a great paranormal then this book is for you.

Favorite Quote: “Hello, my dear, and welcome. It’s nice to see a new face at one of our shindigs. My name’s–” “Gonna be Mud if you don’t take your little hands off her, Darwin.”