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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was my first read in this series and by this author. I absolutely loved this twisted, funny, witty and yes steamy tale. Definitely a must read! The author’s writing style is exactly what I look for. Katrina is a heroine you can absolutely root for and Gabriel is so cocky and witty that I fell in love with him. It always makes the story so much better when the characters are people you can love. I am going back and reading the rest of this series!! I would give more than 5 stars if I could!!!

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Theodore’s Ring by Stacy-Deanne – Review by Alex Mohrenne

Theodore's RingTheodore’s Ring by Stacy-Deanne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Great read. Pulls you in from the first page. Usually I go for the classic romance stories but this was amazing story with a hint of suspense. Keeps you guessing and rooting for the characters. It was very well written and I definitely will be checking out the authors other books.

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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Donna Dawkin

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One of my favorite genres is romantic comedy, toss in a little paranormal spice and you have everything you could want to keep you reading.
Set in my #1 wish to visit cities, New Orleans.. Katrina is a fasting succubus, barely managing to contain her devilish sexy self, this ragged control is put to the test when she meets Gabe, a broken hearted incubus, and together they set the pages on fire.
With great character development, some well described New Orleans locales, the author keeps the pages turning as our paranormal paramours find their way through the twists and turns of their adventure.

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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Kelli Harper

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book will draw you in and keep you entertained. The back and forth between Gabe and Katrina is great fun and will keep you turning the pages. I have not read the other books in this series and I was able to keep up with the pace and was not at all confused about the storyline or what was taking place. Highly recommend this book.

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Swipe Right to Bite ( New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6 ) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Carla Clemmons

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Always enjoy this authors quick paranormal romances! I’ve read several other books of hers and this didn’t disappoint. This one follows Gabe and Katrina as they navigate love or lack of. Katrina just wants to be free from Satan and who can blame her. Gabe blows into town and might just mess up all her hard work. I love the rough edges and stubbornness of Katrina! As always I will definitely be reading more from this author!

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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Cindy Rushin

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoy this series and it just keeps getting better and better. The story of Katrina and Gabe made me laugh and get all goofy because I do enjoy people finding love and happiness. I also like meeting old friends from other stories in the series. It helps to interlink the story, making it have more meaning. Swipe Right to Bite is a fun read. If you enjoy reading about demons finding love then this book is for you.

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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Jenna Knee

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t love to read a story about boy meets girl but with a demon twist? This is the 6th book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series and it captures your attention right from the start. You find yourself rooting for the two main characters, opposites who completely attract. The story moves along quick and you find yourself wanting more. This is the first book in the series that I’ve read and I can’t wait to devour the others books and then hope upon hope that this series will continue.

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sarah Devereaux

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Swipe Right to Bite is the sixth book in the New Orleans Nocturnes. I haven’t read any of this author’s previous books but I didn’t feel like I had missed anything by picking this series up at book six.
This is not my typical type of book, but I was looking for something a bit different. I am not a huge paranormal fan but when I saw it involved romance, I thought I would give it a try, and I am happy I did.
This book was hard to put down and there were many times I lost track of the time while I was reading it, especially when reading before bed!
I enjoyed the enemies-to-lovers storyline that had lots of humor with it.
Overall I will definitely be picking up other books by this author in this series and would highly recommend this book if you enjoy paranormal and romance.

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Swipe Right to Bite: A Frightfully Funny Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Katrina lives in New Orleans and is the creator of Swipe Right To Bite, it is a dating app for the supernatural beings in the city and because she is a succubus, she knows all about sex and the enjoyment it can bring, even though she is fasting so that she can escape from Satan and win her freedom. Gabe is an incubus and has just moved to New Orleans for a fresh start and to see whether his work will be as well received within the supernatural community as it is in the human communities he has worked with before.

Katrina’s app is the most popular one of its kind, in fact it is the only one of its kind, however when she finds out about the new demon in town and how he is about to ruin her life, she is not impressed in the slightest and decides that she will pay this demon a visit and concocts a plan to do just that, however, it all backfires when he decides to try and turn the tables by gate-crashing an event of hers in return. This doesn’t just annoy Katrina, it starts to cause some problems for everyone else around her, especially when her demon shines through and complicates matters.

Katrina cannot abide this other sex demon and is determined to run him out of town, despite the fact that he is the one person she could break her fast with and not destroy in the process, but she tries to ignore that and plan his demise. Meanwhile, Gabe is determined to show Katrina what she is missing and makes up his mind how to do it, but will he be able to prove that sex demons can experience more than just sex, or will the heat they create in New Orleans scorch them both instead? This is a rip roaring paranormal romance with comedy and romance in spades, as well as a whole heap of trouble which will keep you hooked from start to finish.

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Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Katrina Evanochko

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Katrina is a succubus who doesn’t believe in love. Gabe is an incubus who disagrees. They clash when Gabe’s emotional intimacy counselling seminars impact Katrina’s hookup app business. There are plans made and secrets that must be kept. Katrina and Gabe have instant chemistry and it is fun to watch them dance around each other and try not to let the other person ‘win’. Their banter is amusing and the some of the situations had me laughing. This is a good book for when you need something light and witty.

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