Review – Muscles & Monsters (#1 Leviathan Fitness series) by Ashley Bennett

Okay, bear with me on this. I’ll read anything as long as it’s fun, not too heavy and romance orientated (so please don’t bombard me with high concept science fiction and non-fiction, okay?) If it’s steamy, so much the better. And this is a VERY steamy, yet sweet-natured monster fic, with curvy girl Tegan (gotta love a curvy girl!) meeting huge n’ hairy Atlas, who owns the Leviathan gym.

Seriously, this is a genius premise for a series. Bulked up monsters, chicks in tight spandex, sweet romances and hot encounters are bound to follow. Yes, it’s silly. Yes, it’s weird, but I’m here for it. With an easy writing style and sizzling scenes which totally work, despite the wolfy hero being a bit of a dog, this is a fun, quick read with added bite.

Best character? Atlas’s wagging tail! (is there a tail wagging kink? Tell me. I want to know!)

BLURB

Leviathan Fitness is known for monsters, muscles, and wolven who rescue damsels in distress.

Book cover showing curvy girl with a sexy wolf monster.

After a wedding cake catastrophe, local decorator Tegan finds herself being helped by a solid wall of fur and fangs named Atlas. She’s never met anyone like him and finds herself enamored by his wolfish charm. After their sweet encounter, Atlas invites her to his gym anytime she needs his cake lifting services.

Tegan decides that instead- she wants to lift the cakes herself. She signs up for a membership with Leviathan Fitness, determined to build her strength. 

Primal desires emerge as Atlas and Tegan test just how much their new love can lift— and if there are any limits to what monsters and humans can do. 

Muscles & Monsters is book one in the Leviathan Fitness series. Each book will center around the gym and feature a different monster pairing.

Published by Deliciously Dark Romance

I write dark romantic suspense and under the name, Lady Jaguar, sizzling MM fiction. One of the original founders of WROTE Podcast, a medium for showcasing queer storytelling in all forms.

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