Thursday, July 30, 2015

Gill Man's Girl by Carolina Connor [Review]

 Gill Man's Girl by Carolina Connor
Gill Man's Girl by Carolina Connor
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: June 13, 2015

Carolina Connor
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
One bad choice for undergraduate Lita Lawrence crash lands her alone in the middle of the Amazon rain forest! Finding herself in the safe haven of a lagoon during amphibian mating season may reduce those choices even further, until another species decides she is worth saving. Will she discover a way out of this labyrinth of sensation, or will she stake her own claim in the middle of this primeval land as the Gill Man’s Girl?
Thoughts on Gill Man's Girl: I'm sort of predisposed to like books where the heroine makes the best of a bad situation and ends up getting some hard lovin' out of it. I mean, who wouldn't jump at the chance to have some quality one-on-one time with a never before seen creature in the wilds of the Amazonian rain forest? NO ONE, that's who.

We have a monstrous love cavern (I'm not speaking euphemistically here, either. It was a LITERAL cavern of love. With lots of monster lovin'. Lots and lots of lovin'.), a gentle monster who's VERY well-endowed, and a girl who just can't turn away when the pheromones start pumping out. There's also a large amount of slime, but that's to be expected when you're dealing with partially amphibious monsters. Isn't it?

Hard lovin' and a more-than-willing couple. *slow thumbs up*

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