SWIMMING WITH PENGUINS by Charlie Richards
Swimming with Penguins by Charlie Richards
Kontra’s Menagerie, Book 6
Reviewed by Lisa
For the next month or so Kontra’s gang is taking up residence at a nearby lodge and though penguin shifter Yuma Batacan loves them all dearly, sometimes he needs a bit of quiet time. Of course,Yumadidn’t expect to be shot by a near-sided human while taking a swim in the frigid lake.
Waking up in a strange bed nestled against a human who bears the scent of his mate is the last thingYumaexpects after fainting from the sight of his own blood. And from the look of things his mate, Hunter Driscoll needs his mate’s care very badly because the human is severely injured.
The sweet shifter learns that Hunter is hiding out in his father’s cabin while the police search for his ex-lover who, with the help of two others, almost beat Hunter to death. Yumaknows he isn’t the fiercest of fighters but that won’t stop him from protecting his mate as Hunter quickly discovers he has nothing to fear fromYumaand everything to gain.
One more addictive layer to the entertaining Kontra’s Menagerie series is featured in Swimming with Penguins. A fresh new storyline involving a penguin shifter and his human begins with a bang and ends with sweaty, sticky mates. Their romance is twisted and obviously tangled which makes for an enchanting love story. From explaining shifters to dealing with a damaged human to fighting a nut case the mates persevere. Heartwarming, sexy characters and a relevant plotline give Swimming with Penguins all the ingredients for a truly enjoyable tale.