Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Title: Animal Attraction
Series: Animal Magnetism #2
Author: Jill Shalvis

She’s tempting his basic instincts…

Sunshine, Idaho, is a quiet ranching town, a perfect place to give injured animals a refuge…or to find one yourself. Veterinarian Dell Connelly suspects there’s a reason his clinic’s uber-efficient receptionist has taken shelter here.

Jade Bennett couldn’t be happier to escape the big-city jungle to work with hurt animals, and have a forlorn stray kitten make its home under her desk…or enjoy the gorgeous views of her ruggedly sexy boss.

Jade is used to planning everything in her life, but Dell’s seductive, alluring ways have sparked an uncontrollable desire. And though Dell has never had time for love, Jade’s strength and sass is the kind of call no red-blooded male can resist…


Animal Attraction begins with us getting to know a little bit about Jade and Dell. They work in the same Veterinarian clinic, and have a mutual attraction to each other that neither of them want to act on. But when Jade decides she must go back to her family things start to shift in their relationship. And when she starts having flashbacks of past horrors things take a turn for the worse. Now, Jade and Dell  must deal with the past if they are ever going to have a future. 

Animal Attraction was really good. I loved the humor, the plot, and most of the characters. It was a very interesting story with lots of drama. I really enjoyed Jade and Dell together as well. They made a very good couple, and a powerful working team as well. 

The only issue I had was the book was about Jade leaving. That just didn't make sense to me, and I felt like the way Jade handled it was kind of dumb. It really bugged me, but I loved the end. It was really sweet, even though it doesn't give us a lot of details of what happens with them it still ends with an HEA. 

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