Publish date: March 27th 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Shadow Shifters (#1)
I got sucked in by the blurb. I am the first to admit that I like cheesy shifter romances, and this should have been a good one. Nope. Amateurish writing, characters that brood like 12 year old girls, especially Nick, who hardly seemed adult in any way - maybe he was dropped on his head at some poin...
I kept hoping something would draw me in. But, I ended up just not caring about any of the characters. One of the side characters I actually kind of despised by the end. It isn't that it's a badly written book. I just couldn't relate to or sympathize with any of the characters. And I wanted to ...
2.75 StarsNot bad. A few niggles, a lot of sex, a cop who's not so good at her job, and cat shifters who didn't sound like they were described right. Still, a decent story.
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