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Review: Mr February by Bailey Bradford

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Review: Mr February by Bailey Bradford

Book Info

Book Series
Calendar Men #2
About the Author
A few things about me...

I am a married mom of four who spends most of the day writing, either on stories or at the blog. I love to write as much as I love to read. I am generally quiet and laid back, choosing to let things slide off me rather than stick and irritate me.

And it's really hard trying to think of descriptives for myself, so I'll just let y'all e-mail me or comment at the blog if there's something specific you'd like to know, and spare you from reading a boring bio
Publication Date
February 06, 2018
Available Formats
ebook only
137 pages
Filed on personal Goodreads shelves: Divine Magazine 2018, 4 star reads 2018, male/male, romance, shifters, hang over cures
One cool cat is about to discover just how hot love can be.

Darin Winger is beginning to regret ever volunteering to be a model for the charity calendar. There’s already been an attack on all the people working on the photo shoot, which resulted in a nasty case of food poisoning for Darin and others. Then there was the fire at the original photographer’s place, which resulted in Marco being injured. To what extent, Darin doesn’t know, but now the photo shoot is back on, and Marco’s daughter Perry was in charge of everything.

Which would be fine, except the weather causes delays, people cause delays, almost everything causes delays—and Darin is ready to get back to his regularly scheduled life as a nurse and dog shifter. If one more things goes wrong…

The last straw might be the arrival of an uptight feline shifter named Arturo Casarez, who demands that Perry move the photo shoot off the grounds of the museum.

Except there’s something about Arturo that calls to Darin. Now he’ll have to convince Arturo to give him a chance.

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creeping up!
Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of this book. 

This is book 2, and while not really necessary to have read book one, it might help give you an idea of just how doomed this charity photo shoot is!

Because now the shoot is supposed to be in the museum's grounds, and there are CHILDREN about, young children who do not need to see semi nekkid (and before someone jumps down my throat, yes, that is how I MEANT to spell it!) guys wandering around. Enter Arturo, who offers the use of his land instead. But the shoot brings him into contact with Darin, and Darin's dog shifter half, wants to play with Arturo and his kitty half. 

While actually shorter in length that book one, this seemed longer when I read it.  I enjoyed it more too! No idea what's different in this one to that but hey! I don't really care. What was different, it was good. 

I still can't see this shoot getting anywhere off the ground, with one setback after another, but again, I don't really care because I am really enjoying these! What I particularly like, is the shifter element is kinda added on, you know?? Its not a massive point of interest in the story line and I'm loving that! 

And also, because the pairings are such polar opposites, it's great fun watching the come together, to fight the attraction because one or both of them can't see the other wanting them. excellent writing!

So, Ms Bradford, please keep these guys coming. Not least because I wanna see that this calendar actually gets off the ground! 

creeping up to 4.5 stars but not quite 5...yet! 

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