Review: Teeth, Nails, and Tails by Brynn Paulin

Teeth, Nails, and Tails by Brynn Paulin
Series: Mounted in Alaska (# 1)
Release Date: July 27, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 94
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review

Lynx shifters Mika Andu and Bar Ra have long awaited one thing—a mate. Their mate, a woman who will complete their cluster and suit them perfectly, in bed and out. None of the women in their remote Alaskan village fits their needs. It takes a plane crash to deliver their destiny.

Summer Nash was on her way to document life in a far-north Alaskan settlement when her plane went down. She’s stunned when she wakes, naked and in the bed of two strangers. Not only has she survived the crash but two mouthwatering men claim she’s their mate. She’s not so sure about that, but a torrid night of ménage sex sounds perfect. When things don’t work out as she planned, she finds herself stuck between two hard chests. Possibly forever.


Review: There must be a popularity in lynx shifters because I have read several in the last couple of weeks. I don’t mind because they are very interesting to read about and I like  to read about different shifters. They are different and none are the same.

Mika and Bar are looking for their mate and they have to deal with old customs and have their mate come to them instead of searching for her. Their prayers seem to be answered when a plane falls from the sky and they find Summer along with two other women. All I have to say is they have their hands full getting Summer to stay with them. In some instances telling her that they are lynx’s is the easy part. Summer doesn’t understand how she can just want to jump both of these guys from the first time she lays eyes on them. They are strangers and how can she have these feelings? All I can say is these three really work fast and don’t waste any time.

I will tell you that there is a little BDSM in this book. A little tying up and smacking. It is a ménage between a M/F/M. There is no M/M.  It has a little spice to give it an extra edge and makes you enjoy the story better. I would say that I would be like Summer and wonder what I was doing wanting two men as soon as I saw them. It isn’t that these two men make it easy on her either. It is up to her rather she stays or goes to take pictures like she was going to do. I have always wanted to go to Alaska. So reading this book has made me want to go there even more. I know I wouldn’t run into any shifters but I can still wish. I can’t wait to read the other books in this series to see how the other two women take their mates and if they stay or not.


One thought on “Review: Teeth, Nails, and Tails by Brynn Paulin

  1. Susan W. says:

    I’ve read a few other Brynn Paulin books and really enjoyed them. I’m going to have to get this one too!

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