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Dimitri by Kym Grosso
Series: Immortals of New Orleans #6
Published by Self Published Genres: Erotic, Paranormal
Dimitri is the sixth installment in Kym Grosso’s Immortals of New Orleans series.
By any means necessary, Gillian Michel is determined to keep her hybrid shifter capabilities secret from the paranormal community because she knows that if her mate turns out to be a wolf, she would lose her immortality along with her shifting abilities to him. Nevertheless, a crazy Alpha Wolf discovers her powerful gift and vows to forcefully mate her in order to steal her immortality.
After being attacked on the beach by an unknown dark force that is weakening his wolf, Dimitri LeBlanc, beta of the Acadian Wolves, awakens to find himself recused by a beautiful woman. Before he could discover more than just her name, she disappears in the thick of the night. As luck would have it, Dimitri ends up rescuing her from a near rape.
To both their surprise, Dimitri and Gillian are mates. Will Gillian follow her heart’s desire and mate with Dimitri knowing it will cure his dying wolf even though it would destroy her own immortality in the process?
Oh My! I cannot get enough of this series. Kym Grosso has totally captured my attention with her Immortals of New Orleans saga. Dimitri has it all for me. The storyline is jammed-packed with suspense, action, humor, sorrow, horrifying moments, and passionate romance. I was completely engrossed in this thrilling page-turner from start to finish hanging on to each and every word. I found myself torn just as much as Dimitri and Gillian because I was rooting for their happiness while fearing the foretold outcome as a result of their mating. I enjoyed watching Dimitri and Gillian work together to stop the evil force while exploring their undeniable feelings. Ms. Grosso’s penmanship did not disappoint with the final result. Hats off to Ms. Grosso! I Joyfully Recommend Dimitri as a must-read!