Rearing Heat now available at Siren Publishing.
Hung like a horse was never truer than in Rearing Heat!
As an equestrian shape-shifter Dex Legend had been searching all his life for a mate. While in his equine shape he'd been running to stretch his legs when the undeniable scent of mare, his mate, reached his nostrils. There she was, a gorgeous golden filly, definitely in heat and running across the valley. Before he could find her, she'd disappeared leaving Dex with a perpetual hard-on.
Shayla Smith had roamed from place to place, with no place to call home. She knew what she was but had never come across another equestrian shifter like herself, leaving her to believe she was the only one left. She'd seen the massive black stallion on the ridge, but knew there was no way she'd let that massive stud catch her. But then again, maybe she would.
Whoo wee! Now this may have been short in pages, but when the pages are full of such very steamy and torridly hot couplings, the reader will definitely be wiping the steam off their glasses. I love paranormals, especially shape- shifters, and have loved horses since I was old enough to have my first pony ride, so as soon as I read the synopsis, I knew it was going to be great, and am happy to report I was not mistaken.
Dex is sexy as sin as both the raven black stallion and especially as the six foot plus dark haired handsome cowboy in his skin tight jeans. How could anyone not be attracted, especially tiny but overweight Shayla, completely unaware that Dex was just like her. One has to admit that as a female, we are always concerned about our weight and when this drop dead gorgeous cowboy tells her she's the most beautiful woman he's ever seen, then raging hormones or not, she's ready to take him on.
Ms. Sinclair gives new meaning to the word HOT -- not only were the human couplings torrid but in their shape-shifter form they were equally sensual and realistically erotic from a horse lovers point of view. Yes, if you haven't figured it out yet, I loved this sensual and highly titillating story.
Reviewed by Marilyn Rondeau
Posted July 10, 2007