Single White Incubus
A Mythmatched story
Supernatural Selection, Book One
Does a bear shift in the woods?
Well, partially. That was what got grizzly shifter Ted Farnsworth into trouble. He wasn’t trying to break the Secrecy Pact. He just wants people to see the real him. So he signs up with the mate-matching service Supernatural Selection — which guarantees marriage to a perfect partner. Not only will Ted never be lonely again, but once his new beaver shifter husband arrives, they’ll build Ted’s dream wilderness retreat together. Win-win.
Quentin Bertrand-Harrington, scion of an incubus dynasty, has abstained from sex since nearly killing his last lover. When his family declares it’s time for him to marry, Quentin decides the only way not to murder his partner is to pick someone who’s already dead. Supernatural Selection finds him the ideal vampire, and Quentin signs the marriage agreement sight unseen.
But a mix-up at Supernatural Selection contracts Quentin with Ted. What’s Ted supposed to do with an art historian who knows more about salad forks than screwdrivers? And how can Quentin resist Ted’s mouthwatering life force? Yet as they work together to untangle their inconvenient union, they begin to wonder if their unexpected match might be perfect after all.
If you like supernatural misunderstandings that lead to wide-ranging consequences, if you believe that sometimes the “worst matches” can turn out to be the best, and if you’re looking for an entertaining read that manages to combine suspense, humor, and scorching heat between initially unwilling husbands, then you will probably like this novel as much as I do.
We get to see some of the MCs from earlier books, have some pretty sweet smexy times, lots and lots of giggles and some pretty sweet feelz, too. All in all another great one from this author and this series! Highly recommended!
There was a delicious slow burn to their romance. Not quite enemies to lovers, but they both had to overcome a lot of preconceived notions before they were able to really and truly see each other. And it turned out that a clumsy but good hearted bear was actually a perfect foil to a jaded and withdrawn sex demon. How they got to that point was the majority of the book, and it was funny, well written, and made me fall in love with both of them.