Falke’s Peak has ratings and 92 reviews. Holly said: I LOVED THIS BOOK!!! FANTASTIC & HOT~~This was a wonderful story about a woman who ends up. Anna Leigh Keaton; Madison Layle — the complete book list. Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. Madison Layle – Erotic Romance author introduces readers to love stories with spicier sensuality.
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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Want to Read Currently Reading ,ayle. It takes 2 males to mate with a human female in order to have children of their own they don’t go into details but His wife, his best friend.
It is a shame that I didn’t get to know the rest of the Falke family and Dakota’s family for that matter any better. United States of America.
Falke’s Peak (Puma Nights, #1) by Madison Layle
Having read the first book in this series, Falke’s PeakI knew what to expect from the story line, although this pair of brothers are a bit more into BDSM than the older set. What little there was. I must say, I was intrigued with Lalye from the first time he crossed the page of the novel. I have to say, I ,adison Dakota’s character. Falkes Captive in a sentence: Gunner and Axel were my definite favorites character wise.
Oct 08, Eva rated it really liked it Shelves: I loved Kelan’s intern fight, because amdison me he was the only real character, love didn’t just appear in front of him, he needed to strugle llayle find what he felling against he’s usual normal. I also felt at times, he was the comic relief. The men are shifters who know that when they settle down it must be with the same woman if they are to have children.
Pure erotica at its hottest. They also mate for life unlike the rest of their kind. Dakota is at the beginning of a vacation that unless something drastic happens, is going to turn into a vacation from hell.
She couldn’t believe her eyes.
I was glad however that it was just 2 men per woman rather than all the brothers as I’ve seen many times. Kindle Editionpages. After waiting your whole life for true love you get twice lajle much and you decide to go back to your lonely life full of friends humping their guys? Javier Montero is on a mission: It was obvious that Axel and Dakota really laylf on well outside of the bedroom and that was well established before sex got involved. I didn’t think she was too easy, and she certainly wasn’t a pushover when having to deal with two guys at once.
I’m not going to say too much other than I thought the heroine was annoying, dialogue was cheesy and the BDSM aspect was ridiculous. Other books in the series. Do you love Shifters?
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Apr 20, Nicole-Pattypattz1 rated madisom liked it. Falke’s Peak is a true love story in an exciting, unconventional way.
It can be summed up as: Axel Falke is the gude for Dakota’s mountain trek, and finding it difficult to keep his eyes, hands, and thoughts off the beauty who is amazing him with her determination and natural ease on the mountain. She meets two of the brothers, Kelan and Reider one night in a bar.
His twin Gunnar, is also along but in lion form and he wants to shift badly and get to know the woman who could possibly be their mate. Being loved by two men is more than she could ask for and the erotica is so HOT. ,adison, as time passes one of the maidson gives into temptation.
The maeison scenes were plentiful and well done. Dakota’s get away vacation starts out not so fun when all she sees is her best friend with her boyfriend making out all the time so she has to get away and what better way to do that than going on a hiking trek into the mountains and maybe meet some one to have a quick fling with before she has to return back to reality of her sucessful career. Trivia About Falke’s Peak Pum I was looking through all the new releases on Netgalley and saw this one and as you can see from the reading the synopsis, it really tripped my trigger.
I really enjoyed the bond the brothers had with each other and the telepathic dialogues they shared. I don’t know if this really deserves four stars, but layld getting them for two reasons. I respect an author who can continue a series without info dumping or ignoring the first book entirely.