Perfect Mate by Mina Carter
Monsters do exist...and they’re the good guys.
Lillian Rosewood leads an ordinary, boring life working as the manager of a psychiatric hospital. The highlights of her day, other than her skinny hot chocolate, are the hunky guards who work in the secure section. Until a late-night emergency is wheeled in.
Captain Jack Harper is insane, drop-dead gorgeous...and just had his abdomen shredded. Despite the fact they're not an emergency room, Lillian can't turn him away and risk a death on her hands. Unable to get the handsome soldier out of her mind, Lillian sneaks into the restricted area to check on him. What she finds is beyond belief. Somehow Jack has managed to heal himself from a near-fatal wound in mere hours.
When one of the doctors, Walker, attempts to rape her, things go from bad to worse. In the blink of an eye, Jack is loose and Walker is dead... and Lillian must accept a truth about her rescuer that will change her world forever. What if the patients aren't insane? What if their stories of secret government experiments and monsters are true?
Warning: Contains blood, mayhem and nude werewolves operating heavy weaponry. Large amounts of sarcasm and smart-ass vampires may offend some readers. No civilian hospital staff were harmed in the making of this story.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I found this story interesting. Govt project goes wrong. Soldiers infected with stuff to become Lycans, Vampires and Zombies. It was a great combo. At times, I felt too much focus on the Vampire and Darce, but by the end of the book, I'm dying to read their story. It fit well together. The characters blended and made the story. Parts had me laughing out loud:
"Did you just call me a mutt?":
"Yes! Fur, paws..selective deafness. Just like my aunt's lab. He always ignores me unless I have food for him. So.... mutt."
I have to say, I found that hilarious. It's rare to hear a woman call her wolf mate that, and it was just clever.
I'm certainly interested in the next book of the series! This story will make you laugh, cry and certainly has some sexiness to it!
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