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May 19, 2011

Ghillie Dhub by Belladonna Bordeaux

 The Pagan & The Pen Book Reviews
Title: Ghillie Dhub
Author: Belladonna
Publisher:  Breathless Press
Genre: paranormal
Length: 46 pgs.
Reviewed by: Gabrielle

Cover: 4
Presentation: 4
Editing: 4
Story: 4
Writing Ability: 4

Overall Card Rating

About The Book:
Caught! Avery Beck is mortified when she’s called into her boss’s office to answer for writing sexual ditties involving the head-honcho and herself on her blog. Contrite, Avery promises Bossman anything to keep from losing her job. He’s more than willing to take her up on her offer. 

Logan Forrester is one of the most elusive paranormals ever created: the Ghillie Duhb. Avery is his mate. After years of waiting for Avery to mature, he has her exactly where he wants her, playing the part of his dutiful sex slave. 

With the war between the paranormal and the mortal worlds heating up, Logan will pull out all the stops to protect Avery while training her to heel to his every command.

The Review:
Avery’s world is turned upside down when she has to pay for using her boss in her hot stories on her blog. Little does she know that she is his mate and he is now ready to claim her. Can she handle it or will she run?

I enjoyed meeting Logan he may come off as arrogant but we see that he has a heart underneath it all; especially when it comes to those he cares for. Watching Avery and Logan’s relationship begin was a great read. The two make a great couple, always ready to give each other just what is needed.

Not only did I enjoy the characters but this story had a great storyline as well. My only complaint would be that it was to short. I was so engrossed in this story that I read it in one sitting.

This was my first visit to the paranormal world of this author and the Borderlands. I enjoyed my visit and hope that I get to return some time soon. I would love to read more about Duncan. 


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