Sunday, September 16, 2018

#BookReview – ‘An Unexpected Diversion’ by Vella Day


Sometimes the best things in life are unexpected. 

Cheyenne Snow has been given an ultimatum by her pack’s Alpha—who unfortunately is her father. Find a shifter husband in the next four months before he retires, or she’ll be forced to marry the unsavory Chuck Lord. Understanding that the odds of her meeting the deadline are slim, Chey decides to go out with a bang and find a human diversion. 

When Dr. Storm Durant comes to Hidden Hills, North Carolina, to take over the practice of a retiring physician, he never expects to be immediately drawn to the incredibly smart, sensual, and sassy Cheyenne Snow. He can’t even explain the intense attraction, but he willingly participates when she seduces him. 

The euphoria is cut dramatically short when Storm finds out that the woman he’s falling for is not only a shifter but is just using him to bide her time until she marries. 

Chey knows what she wants, and Storm can give her what she needs, but will it be forever or just a spring fling? 


In book one in the Hidden Hills Shifters series, Cheyenne is a cheetah shifter with a problem. Her father is the alpha of the pack and plans to step down. Since he doesn’t have a son and only men can rule the pack, he demands that his only daughter marry a man she despises. He chooses Chuck, a cruel, abusive man. So when Chey meets Storm, a sexy human in a bar, she’s only looking for a good time before she has to subject herself to Chuck for the good of the cheetah people.
Storm’s the new doctor in town. The connection between him and Chey is instant. He doesn’t understand it, but falls hard and fast for her. Then Chey’s problem threatens to tear them apart.
Romance blooms quickly, but it’s more like insta-lust since the sex scenes are numerous and frequent. Storm accepted Chey being a shifter very easily, and the mating bite and the consequences that come with it didn’t bother or unnerve him. The twist at the end left me smiling, but I figured it out long before I reached that point.
The story is well written in third POV and properly alternates between Chey and Storm. I’d like to read more in the series.
3 Stars

Disclaimer – I downloaded this book from Amazon and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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