Everet has found his perfect place in the nest. As a raven, hes ideally suited to his new role in the nests security flock. Some of the jobs it entails have been far more enjoyable than others, but when hes called to retrieve a magpie whos got himself into trouble in a local human club, it... show more
Everet has found his perfect place in the nest. As a raven, hes ideally suited to his new role in the nests security flock. Some of the jobs it entails have been far more enjoyable than others, but when hes called to retrieve a magpie whos got himself into trouble in a local human club, it becomes a truly life changing experience. Magpie shifters have always been looked down on by other avians. Just as attracted to shiny things in their human bodies as they are in their avian forms, everyone knows theyll do anything for money-and theyre not above stealing what they cant get by more honest means. Kane knows what being a magpie means, and hes got the bruises to show for it. When Everet rescues him from his latest scrape, Kane knows better than to believe the raven will actually take an interest in him and his welfare, but its just possible that Everet is different from any other man Kane has ever met.
Publish date: October 3rd 2012
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Pages no: 215
Edition language: English
Series: Avian Shifters (#2)
I enjoyed this immensely.If you want to know what the book is really about, Cupkita’s review says it all. However, I must say I totally agree withEmma Sea’s review. This was a wasted opportunity.Yes, I’m aware Duck! is too good to be true but that wasn’t exactly my issue with Magpie. I lowered my ex...
Good second book The avian world while not as brutal as the first book ( steps are being made to protect the lower rank species) is still very much a class based system. If you are one of the lower ranked species like Kane there still is no way to protect yourself from the prejudices of the high ran...
I loved the first book in this series, Duck!, and I ended up loving this second book too. I'm not a huge fan of shifter stories; there are few authors I will read and enjoy and Kim is one of those. These are avian shifters, existing in a sort of alternate world populated by both humans and avians....
I am so happy when Kim Dare writes a long story. I am so happy to see Ori again. I am so happy with Kim Dare's Avian Shifter series.I would be so crazy happy if she would write another one.
Failed to see any BDSM here. There is a DS relationship present, but I didn't enjoy even that. The plot is almost none-existent. Not going to elaborate, Deja Dei said it all.