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[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters]The paranormal world is in chaos. The elders are tired of their younger people playing the field, causing trouble, and fighting with each other. Everyone who attends the UPAC Conference now has twenty-four hours to claim a mate of a different species. If they don't, they will never have a ma[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters]The paranormal world is in chaos. The elders are tired of their younger people playing the field, causing trouble, and fighting with each other. Everyone who attends the UPAC Conference now has twenty-four hours to claim a mate of a different species. If they don't, they will never have a mate. The spell is cast. There is no escaping the Midnight Matings.Beauregard Stratford is a bunny shifter. Simple enough, right? Unfortunately, he is the only white bunny shifter in existence. He also is cursed with violet eyes, hyperactivity, a strong weakness for anything shiny, and a penchant for leaving bubble gum everywhere.When he finds himself mated to Sebastian Drakus, a dragon shifter and prince of his kind, Beauregard can't seem to make himself behave no matter how hard he tries. He wants to be good, to make Sebastian proud of him, really he does, but things just keep happening to him…bubble gum mishaps, getting drunk, not to mention the fact that he is a true bunny and constantly horny. Nothing seems to go right. Can he convince Sebastian he's worth the trouble, or will the dragon prince wash his hands of the whole bunny fiasco?...

Title : Scales And A Tail
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ISBN : 9781610345378
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Number of Pages : 155 Pages
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Scales And A Tail Reviews

  • Candice
    2019-03-03 15:34

    5th Reading August 2017I love my Beauregard. He's the best. I can't get over how much I love this book. This might be my most re-read.4th Reading on 1-25-15Well, I read this book 4 times in a year and I have to say it never gets old. I still love Beauregard. I love this book so much I bought it in paperback, as well, just so it can sit on my shelf :) This 4th time around I read the paperback and it was weird sitting with an actual book and not my Kindle in my hand. HA! I hardly read them anymore.3rd Reading on 11-20142nd Reading on 4-20-14First Read on 1-27-14Holy Sheep! This story gutted me for some reason. My heart BROKE for Beauregard. I wanted to castrate Sebastian and that's all there is to it. This is how I felt with Sebastion and Beauregard:Sebastian is a spoiled brat and Beauregard is as sweet and cute as can be. Hot damn, I loved him. I will say though that the groveling was spot on. Perfect. I loved how Sebastian knew he was in the wrong, but Beauregard was still hurt so he wouldn't accept it. It felt REAL to me. Unlike the whole "oh I am sorry" "you're forgiven, let's have sex" thing we are used to in make-ups. Or should I say I am used to cause it seems like only a "sorry" is needed anymore and all is forgotten.I laughed so hard in this one, but yet, I cried so hard I thought I would die. My heart couldn't take it. I am not sure why this got to me so much, but I am not complaining.

  • Breann
    2019-02-24 08:50

    Big ‘ol dragon with a cute little bunny? Yeah, this was cute. But that’s about it.There’s some fighting and discrimination happening among shifter kind, so the genius idea was to force shifters to marry outside of their own kind. So…Sebastian the DragonmarriesBeauregard the RabbitCute premise, big bag marries cute and tiny, but it could easily go from cute to silly. And it did. A lot. Beauregard was an ornery little bunny so it was a lot of fun seeing him get into trouble and his dragon all riled up. I really liked these two together. They were very sweet and, not to mention, super-hot. I loved how Sebastian took care of his bunny and went all alpha, sexy male on him. But then something dumb would happen, like apples make rabbits drunk. What? *eyeroll* Or Beauregard would smell Sebastian’s arousal and all hot and horny (which is fine) but he’d be all cave man about it, “Need now. Have it now.” Literally, that’s what he would say. *eyeroll* Or a huge misunderstanding that takes 25% of the book for NO REASON. *eyeroll*Minus all the stupid, this could have been really good.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-03-15 11:22

    The concept of the 'forced matings', including all the consequences if people don't obey these totally arbitrary (as far as I can see even after the second book) rules was still a bit ridiculous.What made this book more enjoyable than the first was the characters. Beauregard, the bunny, made me laugh out loud several times. Yes, he may have been a bit over the top, but I still liked him. With Sebastian the dragon being so different, it made for a very entertaining read. I loved the twist about the white bunny shifter's physiology as well, it was a total surprise, but a very good one.A very funny, entertaining read, once you manage to suspend your disbelief around the forced mating idea.

  • Bitchie
    2019-02-25 14:41

    I'm very surprised to say that I enjoyed this as much as I did! I mean, sure, this wasn't exactly highbrow lit-ra-chure, but sometimes you just need silly, and this was silly and cute. It had some tropes that I don't usually enjoy much, but they worked well for me here.

  • Susan
    2019-03-07 15:39

    Spoilery review.2.5 starsI feel angry. That is what book-angst does to me. I stayed up late to finish this and now have a headache.I thought this would be another fluffy mpreg shifter read. My guilty pleasure. But instead I got a stupid misunderstanding.This is what happens:“You’ve all taken a toast with me. As such, you are now bound by the covenants we put before you.” “Each of you has twenty-four hours to find and claim your mate,” Elder Lucas said. “If you fail to claim a mate in twenty-four hours, and bring him or her before this council to be recognized, you will not have a mate. You will go feral inside of a week.”Sebastian is a dragon shifter. The dragon prince to be exact. And he is not looking for a mate. But when he saves a man from a forced mating, he decides to take him as a mate. It turns out the man’s name is Beauregard and he is a bunny shifter.It was really cute, a dragon and a bunny shifter. And I loved how Sebastian kept calling Beauregard bunny.So far everything was fine. They were mated and headed to Sebastian’s castle to live happily ever after. And there was lots of hot sex, which was good.But then Sebastian acts like a total ass when Beauregard tells him he is pregnant. Sebastian walks away, tells his servants to move Beauregard into a smaller room and doesn’t talk to his mate for several weeks. Beauregard is heartbroken and has no idea what’s going on. Turns out Sebastian was convinced Beauregard cheated on him because no way that baby could have been his, since they’d only known each other for two weeks. Of course the stupid stupid man didn’t take into account the fact that bunny pregnancies last 40 days instead of 40 weeks.What bothered me the most was that Sebastian really treated Beauregard like shit. He didn’t talk to him and he banned him to a small room in the castle. Poor Beauregard went through his entire pregnancy alone and miserable. It took a long time for Beauregard to forgive Sebastian. But if I were him, I would have dumped his ass.If this sort of thing doesn’t bother you, this is actually a pretty good mpreg shifter story.It just made me very angry.

  • Mandy*reads obsessively*
    2019-02-19 07:20

    3.5*This was a reread, after a conversation on the greatness of mpreg books with Jenni Lea and teaching Gina what mpreg actually is, I decided it needed to be celebrated by rereading this one.It's still so cute, I mean a bubblegum chewing ( only watermelon please) toenail painting, cute green bunny purse wearing bunny shifter, Beauregard being unwittingly and not quite willingly mated to the prince of dragons. So yes, great set-up. Beauregard was honest to his mate from the onset : “However, I am still a rabbit. That being said, and considering we are now mated, you should know that rabbits are clichés. As the saying goes, we fuck like bunnies. Carrots are an aphrodisiac, and if you piss me off, I will leave pellets in your shoes.”I have to admit, I really really wished he had left those pellets in Sebastian's shoes.Sebastian, Prince of the dragons and full of himself and asshat not only screws Beauregard, he sort of screws him over.I was so mad at him a lot of the times and yes he grovels, but it's never enough for me. ( you can never have enough groveling) But still, it's cute, silly fun and I totally have flashes to the movie Shrek right there at the end.

  • Camille
    2019-02-25 09:49

    This was silly, so very ridiculously silly...and yet it made me smile throughout so three stars.Chick with a dick to the extreme, confusing and crazy mpregnancy, weird woman-less world, every mills and boons trope thrown in to maximum effect, substantial editing errors, plus some shifting to top it off and you have the Pulitzer Prize equivalent of pulp with which to pass time on the train.

  • Fani *loves angst*
    2019-03-16 12:44

    2.5 starsI actually believe I felt a few braincells dying while reading this:) Still, bunny tails and smoke brathing dragons aside, it was not bad, in fact I actually enjoyed it. Which makes me ashamed I must admit, but there you have it.

  • Honey
    2019-02-22 12:41

    The premise of this series is rather disturbing. I find it hard to believe that the idea of forcibly making the paranormal community mate by putting something in their drinks and giving them 24h to find a mate is the idea of a mature, intelligent Council of Elders. Maybe because it sounds too close to rape aided by the use of date rape drugs?Beauregard is saved from this fate by Sebastian. Thinking the best solution is to just mate each other; they do so and make their way to Sebastian’s castle, where they end up really falling for the other. Sebastian isn’t the big, bad dragon he wants Beauregard to believe he is, at least not with his mate. He was gruff but loving and totally unready for being mated to a hyperactive white bunny shifter. For his part Bunny was lovely. Cute and bouncy, he was an adorable character who just wanted to be loved. I liked the rabbit shifters’ traditions and their mating rituals but never really understood why Beauregard was shunned by his own kind, which was a little frustrating. Stormy Glenn relied on the usual massive misunderstanding to add tension towards the end. But it was fun reading about Sebastian grovelling when he pulled his head out of his ass :) And their babies were just so cute! I wish we could get a story on each of them when they grow up!

  • Leaundra
    2019-02-24 07:24

    Beauregard and Sebastian were so sweet together. They were perfect for each other. Don't want to give anything away even in the spoiler section so you have to read it:-)

  • Terra Noah
    2019-02-19 10:48

    Reviewed for Gayrotic Reviews.I liked the story and the characters, but I had a big problem with the writing and editing. There were numerous repetitions in the text, both things we'd already been told before (sometimes twice), and words repetitions. In one place, for example, six paragraphs in a row start with "Sebastian". There were also a lot of typos that bothered me. I don't mind some, but I get annoyed when there are too many. The writing itself also bothered me. It was very "telling" with very little "showing". This is my first read by Stormy Glenn, but I'm hoping this isn't the best example of her writing style. I'm surprised Siren Publishing didn't do a better job of editing. This is also my first Siren Publishing read.There were problems with the characters, but they weren't as big as the writing. The Wolf shifter at the beginning - the one chasing Beauregard - sounds so simple minded with his limited vocab. He kept repeating the same lines over and over. It wasn't the effects of the spell, because Sebastian was thinking clearly enough. Appart from that, I did like how Sebastian and Beauregard met and the mating ceremony was hillarious. The interactions between the main characters were sweet most of the time. I kept waiting to see that first kiss though, but it never happened. I felt it was missing. It also bothered me how Sebastian kept calling Beauregard "bunny" in almost every sentence he uttered. It was cute at first and would have been fine, if it hadn't been so often.I'm not a big fan of easy acceptances, and there were quite a few in this story. I felt that Beauregard should have been more bothered that Sebastian had slept around before their mating, since Beauregard was raised with high values of waiting before being mated. Beauregard just shrugged it off. I also felt that Sebastian was too quick to realize that he'd been a scum to Beauregard toward the end. It was like someone pushed a button and Sebastian suddenly saw the light. I wish he'd come to the realization more gradually. Despite the problems I had with the writing and story, I did enjoy it. It was cute, funny, and heartwrenching. I liked the part where Sebastian was in the dog house. I would have given this book two stars if Beauregard had accepted Sebastian too easily (I half expected he would, but was glad that he didn't). The pace was also decent and I never got bored.

  • Mandy*reads obsessively*
    2019-03-09 11:31

    3.5*Much much better than the first one in this series.The bunny was great, although I sort of wished I had seen more of his antics and bubblegum fetish( he seemed to spend all his time In his room ) and I liked the Dragon! :)The big misunderstanding had to happen, of course, but the groveling in this one was enough to make me happy! :) And you could see how much the dragon wanted to make his bunny happy even before the big Mis.(view spoiler)[Like the first one there is the thwarted love interest trying to get the MC back, I was just sort of surprised with all the 'prince security' this other shifter just marched into his office and started attacking him and it took forever for anyone to notice, and really a big bad dragon was so injured by some cougar shifter? huh?the bunny pregnancy was a surprise, didn't see that coming. ... Not sure I'm a fan of that! . (hide spoiler)]

  • Rissa (an M/M kinda Girl!!)
    2019-03-01 07:43

    Don't expect in depth life changing plot lines when it comes to this series. It's meant to be fun and I think that the authors have some crazy bet going on who can come up with the most crazy shifter combination!Beauregard = super cute bunny shifter (who had my favorite quote in the whole book)“I can lick my own balls.”Sebastian’s mouth dropped open. “You can what?”“I’m a rabbit.” Beauregard smirked and wiggled his eyebrows.”Sebestian = big sexy dragon shifter (kind of an asshat at first)As always these books start out with a forced mating and then it turns out that 'it was meant to be'!Love it or Hate can't beat licking your own balls!

  • Sadonna
    2019-02-22 15:38

    This story is a hoot. Beauregard and Sebastian are seemly mismatched Dragon and Rabbit shifters that come together at the behest of the Council of Elders. Their meeting starts off with a bang and gets crazier from there. They are hilarious together, but when they arrive home to Sebastian's castle, it turns out there are some hurdles for them to get over before their HEA. Both have large personalities and there are quite a few misunderstandings. Communication is not their strong suit. Luckily they have some help and some patience. Adorable and cute story!

  • Elisa Rolle
    2019-03-19 10:20

    Sometime you need something with no emotional involvement, meaning no angst, no drama, something funny and cute, and so, even if I have tons of books I need to read, yesterday night I browsed the kindle ebooks and picked this one: a rabbit shifter mated with a dragon? Well, it had to be funny! And what promised, it delivered. But actually, considering I’m not new to a Stormy Glenn’s comedy, I have to say I noticed a huge improvement, while preserving her distinctive touch of cute bottom boys, this time Beauregard “Bunny” is not really over the top; he has his quirks, he likes shiny things, and yes, truth be told, he is maybe a little bit naïve, he doesn’t really question life or events, but he is cute, and sweet, and that is his strength and the reason why he really conquers Sebastian, without really trying.A point I notice about this Midnight Matings “universe”, and considering this is the only book I read, I’m not sure if it’s only this book or the whole series, is that there is no “gender”, meaning that, Beauregard or Sebastian aren’t gay, straight, bisexual or else, they simply do not consider gender at all, so much that, when newborns are in the story, not one questions if they are boys or girls, they are simply babies, to be cherished and loved.

  • Julia ♥Duncan♥
    2019-02-19 15:24

    Wow... I actually liked this. That was unexpected. I'm really not a fan of shifters (but I just couldn't resist a bunny). Also not a huge fan of insta-matings. And I don't really like it when the characters hook up immediately. And yet... I liked this. Probably because Beauregard was so awesome. He was this adorable little white bunny shifter, but when he stood up for himself he was pretty fierce and totally wonderful. There were lots of things that bothered me about this though. It needed better proofreading, there were several sentences where the wrong word was used, for example "diner" instead of "dinner" and "through" instead of "threw." Also I thought the beginning was pretty boring. I couldn't see where the conflict was going to come from, and Beauregard and Sebastian were just being cute and having sex all the time, so I didn't have much motivation to keep reading. It got much better around 60% of the way through, when the conflict finally emerged.

  • Christy
    2019-03-15 11:31

    (Note added 5/28/2016): This might just be my go-to book whenever I'm feeling sad, or just need to laugh and enjoy the sweetest guy EVER. Beauregard is adorable, and I fell in love with him the first time I read this book over 3 years ago. By now I think I've reread this at least 10-15 times. Yes, my friends, I consider it to be that fabulous!I loved it that Sebastian finally got his head out of his ass. If he hadn't, then he wouldn't have been good enough for my favorite bunny shifter.(original review) Loved it cause it was funny and sweet, but mostly it was funny and sexy! Beau made me laugh out loud more times than I could count and the fact that a bunny shifter ended up with a big, bad dragon was priceless!

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    2019-03-12 10:48

    I love Stormy Glenn, so I knew I was in for a treat! This was really good, a rabbit shifter and a dragon shifter. My heart broke for Beau at one point, and I don't think I would have ever forgave my mate for what Sebastian did.One thing that is going to start to get annoying is if they all begin with the same counsel scene, which I suspect they do!

  • Taintedskyee (Books Books&More Books)
    2019-03-10 10:36

    Sounded very cute to me.But I did not like it as much.

  • Gaa-chan
    2019-02-19 07:47

    First read - July 28, 2014Story - 5 starsPerformance - 4 starsOverall - 4.5 starsSecond read - May 10, 2015Third read - August 29, 2016

  • Theresa
    2019-02-22 14:33

    Yuck. Combination Eve Langlais knock off and prego chick with a dick.

  • Sally
    2019-03-11 10:33

    I actually really enjoyed this one. Short but well written.

  • Anna Goerlitz
    2019-02-25 07:31

    1,5-2 starsLet me start this review by admitting, that I am not much of a shifter girl. So to win me over, a shifter story needs strong world building, a good plot and characters with depth. Unfortunately, this story had neither.The story takes place in a world, where there are mythical creatures of all kinds roaming the world among the humans. The shifters / different types of beings are fighting among themselves, so the elders device a plan to gain peace through forced interracial mating. They summon the shifters to a gathering and pose a decree which forces everyone to mate within 24 hours or literally sign their own death sentence.Our MCs Sebastian and Beauregard are dragon and rabbit shifter respectively and end up with each other by chance at the gathering.This was book 2 in a series of 20 books, and I do not know, if some of the world building I felt was needed, was actually done in book one and therefore I missed it, but I had a lot of questions right of the bat, around the gathering and the decree, but they were unfortunately never answered.When Sebastian returns to his castle with his new mate, everyone – including the two of them – are very worried about how everything is going to work out, with the bunny rabbit living in the Dragon’s lair. Because apparently Beauregard is a feisty, funny bunny, who is “a bit of a handful”. Or at least, we are told he is. Because we never actually see any of them do anything other than sleep or fuck – which seems kind of low maintenance, really.There are two main conflicts in the story, one is from an outside party and makes very little sense, but it does create quite a big confrontational scene, where the respective players conveniently enters the stage at just the right time, to ensure that nothing gets too out of hand.The other is between the two main characters and one my very least favorite tropes: The Big Misunderstanding. I absolutely detest conflicts which could have been avoided if the main characters had had a 30 second conversation, but they don’t, so the latter half of the book revolves around this misunderstanding. Unsurprisingly though, everything gets sorted out at the end, and just in time for Sebastian and Beauregard to become parents and live happily ever after. The ending did leave me with another question though, (view spoiler)[ why would Sebastian and Beauregard be worried about the elders reaction to their bunny / dragon baby? Since they posted the decree, surely they would be expecting hybrid offspring? (hide spoiler)] which I presume might be answered in one of the next 18 books, but that unfortunately means, that I will never know.All in all, the idea had merit, but it lacked severely in execution. The minimal world building left way too many questions unanswered and the rushed story and lack of character depth – all tell and no show – left me unengaged with the relationship.

  • Michelle
    2019-02-25 11:48

    If you're looking for a quick-fix gay fantasy/shifter romance, then this will suffice. However, don't expect a ground breaking, gut-wrenching story. Just expect smut and some happy lovin' between a rabbit and a dragon shifter.I liked the twist on inter-species between the shifters. That was cute. I also liked their banter, differences in personalities, love scenes, the emotional drama, and the action. Those were the good parts, however, I didn't like the fantasy around the male pregnancy. It was so causally thrown in, I mean, they had sex a bunch of times and then BAM: he's pregnant. Then, we get a one sentence explanation to how males can become pregnant "...temporary uterus and birthing canal thing". I like m-preg themes but if the elements aren't addressed more than "it's fantasy, people", it annoys me.The entire story only takes place over several weeks: They meet. They mate. They have children. The end. There was some mild *cough stupid cough* (view spoiler)[ Seb, the Dragon, thought Beauregard, the rabbit, cheated on him. So, instead of just asking him, he just assumed he cheated on him. ANY NORMAL PERSON WOULD CONFRONT THEM! (hide spoiler)] drama added to spice things up but it was over something so ridiculous. I just wish the cause was for a better reason, because Beauregard's broken heart was actually really touching.Also, I noticed a few spelling errors, but I'm not here to criticize that as that's not the author's fault.The whole story felt...beige; luke warm; mediocre; passable; tolerable. I enjoyed some aspects but I can't see myself reading this again.This was my first, and now my last, of Stormy Glenn's books. They're just not for me.★★ = I finished it but won't read it again.

  • Switchbladesmile
    2019-02-21 14:37

    First: The good thing is that I came around to finish this book.There are books in my collection (not many, but still) I wasn't able to do so.But: That's it. The summary sounded promising and kinda sweet. So I was looking forward to the romantic story of a dragon and a bunny falling in love.It started out ok, but then it turned into a mess. I had to laugh several times because I really didn't know why I was reading such an accumulation of nonsense.The male pregnant rabbit topped it then for me, Sebastion was ok, Beauregard was a bit too much, first I thought him as cute and funny but at the end I was so annoyed by him.I liked Galan and Harlan way better then the MCs, they should have had the starring roles because they came across more smart, funny and cool.1,5 stares, I only clicked 2 because there've been a few sweet scenes in the book.

  • Ulysses Dietz
    2019-02-18 08:30

    Paranormal romance run amok!What happens when the elders declare that all paranormals have to mate with the next 24 hours or face dire consequences?Hilarity and heartbreak, that's what.Beauregard Stratford is a rabbit shifter, and an odd one at that. Sebastian Drakus is the prince of the dragon clan. But inside that tough dragon hide is a gentle heart, and his impulsive rescue of Beauregard during the mating frenzy at the consequences of its own.I know, this is a madcap book, with the familiar romance trope of intermixing paranormals taken to a goofball extreme. Stormy Glenn has made this giddy romantic style her own, and I must say, I rather enjoyed the ride.

  • Fehu
    2019-02-28 12:34

    Rating: ★★★★ well more like 3,5 stars :)A white bunny shifter was taken as a mate by Sebastian, a dragon shifter prince. The elders of the paranormal have decided to help the races not to fight and spiked their drink to help them mate outside their species.So this might not have been the best story ever writen BUT it had a forced maiting and Mpreg!!!!Öhm, jup I'm shallow like that and give it stars for hitting two of my favorite themes, rare enough encounter and two in one is just great.A lot of angst, mostly steming of an misunderstanding but just think about crossing a bunny with a dragon! ;)

  • Barb ~rede-2-read~
    2019-03-07 14:28

    I don't know why I like this series. It's so silly, yet fun. I guess I just like the fact that it brings a smile to my face to read these. I liked this one in which Beauregard, the bunny shifter, ends up with Sebastian, a dragon prince. The two meet when Sebastian is trying to leave the conference where everyone is being forced to choose a mate of a different species and Beauregard is trying to stave off the advances of a wolf or cougar shifter (can't recall) so he literally jumps into Sebastian's arms for protection. The two end up together and after a series of misunderstandings, they get back together and have little bunny and dragon babies. A light, easy read.

  • Heather
    2019-03-15 15:43

    A perfectly ridiculous series that I just can't seam to get enough of. This one featured a mating between a dragon (Sebastian) and a rabbit (Beauregard). The best part is the surprise twist between them! Nope. Not going to even add it as a spoiler because it makes the story soo much better not knowing. My favorite line in the book: “I can lick my own balls.”Sebastian’s mouth dropped open. “You can what?”“I’m a rabbit.” Beauregard smirked and wiggled his eyebrows.”

  • Becky Condit
    2019-02-23 15:30

    I really had fun reading this story, more than one time, actually, and telling others about it. The usual reaction is, “What!?” I have since read many of the Midnight Matings series but this remains my favorite, just for the sheer craziness of the plot and the delightful HEA at the end.Please see my complete review at April 8, 2012