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review 2017-09-08 03:52
Fun read
Sold to the Shifter - T. S. Ryder

Ryder certainly knows how to pack a punch in a small amount of space. Sold to the Shifter is loaded with action, political intrigue, family betrayal, and some steamy fun. Jamie made me a little crazy at times with her acceptance of things, but she did get better as the story progressed. Some situations are somewhat less believable than others, even for fiction, and the story does have its fair share of angst, but it is a fun, quick read.

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review 2017-09-06 22:04
Book Review For: 'Inking the Wolf: A wolf shifter paranormal romance ' by Steffanie Holmes
Inking the Wolf: A wolf shifter paranormal romance (Wolves of Crookshollow Book 3) - Steffanie Holmes

'Inking the Wolf: A wolf shifter paranormal romance ' by Steffanie Holmes is book Three in the "Wolves of Crookshollow" series. This is the story of Bianca and Robbie. I haven't yet read the other books in this series, so for me this was a standalone book.
Bianca grew up in Crookshollow but when she was sixteen she was kicked out of her home after being found with a girl and parting. Bianca is bisexual and her family in not excepting of it so she makes the best of it. But now her Grandmother, June Sinclair has died about six weeks ago and left her the Victorian House that Bianca has always thought would make a great Art House. But her Grandmothers lawyers point out that to accept or get the house Bianca has to be married.
Robbie is her friend who she met about three months ago. Bianca and Robbie have some things in common with their family life and a few other things that have drawn them close. When Robbie suggest that they marry to fulfill the will that says Bianca has to marry a man to inherit the house. Bianca ends up agreeing and they move forward to do so. But we learn that Robbie knows that Bianca is his mate and that he is in love with her. But Bianca thinks of him as just a close friend but after their kiss she starting to see him in a different light.
Exciting story.
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."



Source: www.amazon.com/Inking-Wolf-shifter-paranormal-Crookshollow-ebook/dp/B074Q5JSSW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504729127&sr=8-1&keywords=INKING+THE+WOLF
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review 2017-09-06 18:31
Jacob (Alexander Shifter Brothers Book 3) - Selina Coffey

Lots going on in this one. I will say that unlike the first two books in the series, we get loads of the supernatural in this one, along with two romances and a war. Even having read the first books, I still got a little lost at times with this one. There was just so much going on that it was hard to stay focused on any one plot line. I felt like Jadrian should've had his own story instead of lumping it in with Jacob's. In the end, the story was just too busy to become invested in it.

Overall, this series has been lackluster at best, so I think I'll skip any future additions.

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review 2017-09-06 05:20
Cade (Alexander Shifter Brothers Book 2) - Selina Coffey

Much like the first book, this is more contemporary romance than a shifter story. We do learn early about Jacqui, but other than Cade shifting when he tells her what he is, there's very little in the way of the supernatural. As far as the romance side of things, the story is okay. The attraction between Cade and Jacqui was obvious and steamy, but with the time jumps in the story, I didn't really feel the love they supposedly had. It felt like there was too much being crammed into too little space.

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review 2017-09-02 17:35
More romance than supernatural
Kane (Alexander Shifter Brothers Book 1) - Selina Coffey

Kane is a sweet and steamy romance between Damesha and Kane, but I found myself having to go back and reread the blurb about the shifter part. There is a bit of suspense surrounding Kane, but about 75% of the book is what I would contemporary romance. Other than Damesha's psychic ability, which isn't prevalent through most of the story, there's little in the way of the supernatural. From what is given about Kane's family through much of the book, his older, overbearing brother could've been nothing more than just that. He didn't have to be a shifter for that. The romance part is good, but just another romance, and by the time it got to the shifter part of the story, it all felt a bit rushed. Overall, an okay romance read with a smattering of a shifter tale at the end. The writing style is good and the pace is steady but fell short on the shifter side.

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