Animal Attraction (Buckhorn #6)

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I know I am posting this series out-of-order, but I read this series out-of-order. I did not realize that book 6 was in an anthology. This anthology is for a great cause so I did not mind reading it out-of-order. Here is the background on book 6 from the Buckhorn brother provided by Goodreads: All Author and Agent proceeds from sales of the book will benefit the AAF – Animal Adoption Foundation – a no-kill animal shelter in Hamilton, Ohio.
Buckhorn Ever After by Lori Foster
Shohn Hudson & Nadine Moest.
Shohn is Casey’s younger brother, son to Sawyer and Honey….Includes appearances from other relatives

As you can see there is not much of a background on this novel. But that’s okay it will just make you want to read it more. So Shohn is Sawyer and Honey’s son. Nadine runs a dog daycare. I thought it was a cute story about love. It was a short novella, not a full length novel. Nadine is such a great character. She is strong, independent, and quirky. She has her own way of doing things. It was cute to see them interact with each other. I love Shohn’s brilliant plan to see her more: get a dog. However, he got a cat that acts like a dog instead. That was simply fantastic. I wish my cats were more like that. Of course, it was great seeing the other characters again such as Sawyer, Misty, Morgan, and Honey.

As for the sex scenes, as always they were written very well and great descriptive scenes. They really get the engines going. 😉 The scenes are more than that. They combine passion, hot, sexy, and love into great mixture for a lasting romance.

Overall, I give this novella a 5 out 5. I simply enjoyed it and cannot wait for the next in the series. I also want to know who will bring Amber Hudson to her knees. She needs to find some so she can stop meddling in others lives. Lol! Stay tuned for more. She is writing a new series that should be coming out soon.

*Note: I did not read the other 3 stories in this anthology, and am not going to include them in this review.

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