Review: Animal Instincts by Gena Showalter

Review: Animal Instincts by Gena Showalter
Animal Instincts
Book Info

Released: April 1, 2007
Pages: 379

After a very bad marriage in which her husband constantly cheated on her Naomi Delacroix is determined to stop being such a doormat and let her inner Tigress out to play. If this means unleashing her Tigress on the too-sexy Royce Powell then so be it, the only problem being is that he seems to make her inner Tigress purr…I had a grin going the entire time I read this book, it may have made me look slightly insane and maybe scared small children, but I was too involved reading the book to really notice. This is a great book to read if you are looking for something light, a little sexy and very funny.

Although the romance wasn’t the best, Royce was soooo perfect that it got a little ridiculous in the end. How could one guy (who happens to not only be filthy rich but also disgustingly hot) be so damn perfect and say all the right things (and mean them!) all the time? Especially when Naomi gave no indication really that she was interested, even though she was, I can’t see a guy steaming through that amount of rejection. But despite it being completely unrealistic it was sweet and Royce was hot and reading Naomi trying to resist Royce’s advances was so hilarious that I didn’t really mind.

A great quick read Animal Instincts will keep you smiling and leave you refreshed for something new.

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About Gena Showalter

Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty books in paranormal and contemporary romances, as well as young adult novels. Her series include White Rabbit Chronicles, Angels of the Dark, Otherworld Assassins, Lords of the Underworld, Alien Huntress and Intertwined.

Her novels have appeared in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Seventeen Magazine, and have been translated all over the world. The critics have called her books "sizzling page-turners" and "utterly spellbinding stories", while Showalter herself has been called “a star on the rise”.

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  1. I always have room for light and airy. Thanks for the review. This is one I haven’t heard of before. Will check it out.
    Carol L
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