Review: Pulled by the Tail (Celestial Mates)(Tail and Claw #2) by Nancey Cummings

Pulled by the Tail Book Cover Pulled by the Tail
(Celestial Mates)(Tail and Claw #2)
Nancey Cummings
Science Fiction Romance
Menura Press
July 29, 2019


Matched to the wrong alien…
Georgia wanted a prince, not a massive brute. When a clerical error lands her on a backwater planet with only anti-social Talen for company, she knows there’s been a mistake. The agency says it will take months to fix, but the more time she spends with Talen learning about his surprising hidden depths and surrendering to his sensual embrace, the more she wonders if Celestial Mates was wrong after all.

Talen lives for his books… and his family…
So when his brother’s latest scheme delivers a human female to his door he refuses to turn her away. She’s part of his pride now and her luscious form and biting wit are vital to his future. He’ll win her heart and convince her that no matter how they were brought together, she’s the only one for him.

Read Pulled by the Tail for a happily ever after that includes a flock of cat-peacocks, plenty of steam, babies, and more!


“I can never leave you, for you carry my heart. I will be at your side until the light leaves me and I will keep repeating this until you believe me.”82% Pulled by the Tail

Pulled by the Tail is book two in the Tail and Claw series and part of the Celestial Mates by Nancey Cummings.

This was not my favorite. I loved book one in this series, but unfortunately this one did have that same spark for me. I still enjoyed and look forward to more in this series.

Georgia. Oh my, this girl has so many bad things happening to her that I can understand her feelings. She goes threw an area of emotions on Earth and in Space. To start she finds her boyfriend in bed with another women just after she finds out that she’s been cleared of cancer. Devastated by this she applies to the Intergalactic Dating Agency.

Quil her match in the Intergalactic Dating Agency is a piece of work. He’s a con-artist, gambler, and loves woman. Let’s just say their meeting doesn’t go as planned and Quil pons her off to his brother Talen with a loop whole in the signed marriage agreement.

Talen is the younger brother, but he acts more like the older. He’s responsible, kind, and caring. All his emotions are conveyed threw his tail and I loved how that was done.

Talen and Georgia’s romance is a slow bloom. She can’t leave until an annulment is done and that can take months, so that gives her time to spend with Talen. Their time together was nice.

Besides the romance and drama there are forces hoping to see everything go wrong.

Overall, Pulled by the Tail was a nice read.

Rated: 3 Stars

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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Oh my… rough times for poor Georgia! Sorry it wasn’t as good as the first, but glad you still enjoyed it.

Kat Valentine
Kat Valentine

Fabulously reviewed Angela!!💋💓

sherry fundin

love the title
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Mary Kirkland

Talen sounds like a great character. While it wasn’t your favorite it still sounds pretty good. Thanks for the great review.