Miranda over at Joyfully Reviewed gave Hidden Heat a lovely review. Here’s a little snippet, but go over to the review to read more:

Hidden Heat is plump with sexual tension and thrilling drama. Leah Braemel keeps her Hauberk Protection series hot with another exciting couple and edge of your seat plotting. ~ Miranda

For those who don’t follow me on Twitter or Facebook and are wondering how Turtle is settling in, I’ll sum it up in one word. Wonderfully!   He and Seamus were curling up together on Gizmo Guy’s footrest less than four days after they’d been introduced. (It’s a low quality pic since I took it with my iPad but I didn’t want to get up to get my camera since that would have disturbed them.  Yes, I’m ruled by my pets.)

We’ve noticed a big difference in Seamus as well–he’s calmed down quite a bit, and isn’t as needy as he had been. I think I’d been spot on in thinking he’d been lonely for a friend. I’m so glad he and Turtle get along…and so is he.  He loves licking Turtle all over, especially his face and his ears. (Turtle loves draping himself over the edges of his catbed in this position–I’m not sure why, but he was pushing his face into Seamus; Seamus wasn’t at all bugging him.)

New Review for Hidden Heat, and more on Seamus and Turtle
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  • September 24, 2012 at 5:39 pm

    Awww. So cute. And as good as Turtle’s been for Seamus, it looks like it goes both ways. He’s lost that haunted look already.

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