Posts labeled Shifters

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Review - Deep in Dette by Lilo Quie

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Leo is having a pretty bad day. A glitch with his lease means he has to move out of his apartment on 24 hours notice. He's planning to ask his boss if he can use the spare room over the flower shop where he works for a few days while he looks for a new place, but when he arrives he finds the shop has burned down. Somewhat fed up with people, Leo decides he'd rather camp out for a few days rather than spend money on a hotel.

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Review - Whispering Ember by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Kindly note: This series is very much meant to be read in order. If you haven't yet read the first books of this series, this review may contain spoilers about how they turn out. Things start to get complicated for Matt and his pack in the aftermath of trial by combat between Steffen and the pack alpha of another pack with different beliefs. It turns out to be quite an eye opening experience for both packs as they get to know each other, and it becomes increasingly clear that dark forces are at work trying to drive a wedge between packs in Denmark.

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Review - Thrown to the Lions: The Complete Series by Kim Dare

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In a modern English town, there's a pride of werelions, all men and all gay. Human men from the town can volunteer to be literally thrown to the lions for a night sexual escapades. Some do it for money, some for the thrill, others are just curious about what goes on. Most of the men will return from their encounter and resume their lives, but for just a few their lives will be changed forever.

Tags: BDSM Shifters

 

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Review - Awakening Ember by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Kindly note: This series is very much meant to be read in order. If you haven't yet read the first book of this series, this review may contain spoilers about how it turned out. Matt settling into life with his pack. His parents are reunited and expanding their small family. He has a boyfriend in Rasmus and lots of love from the entire pack. His biggest challenge is learning how to control the powerful “ember” that marks him as a true alpha.

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Review - Fate & Fortune by Maz Maddox

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The circus has come to Stallion Ridge, and with it is Victor, a phoenix shifter who tells fortunes and does slight-of-hand tricks. Sky is irresistibly drawn to the mysterious man, but doesn't want to get close for fear of being hurt. He's also concerned about repeating nightmares that seem to foretell a grim future for the town and especially the lawmen he calls family. Sky has been something of a fixture in most of the stories in this series, although he has so far remained something of a mystery.

Tags: Western Fantasy Shifters

 

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Review - Slumbering Ember by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Matt is something of a loner, sticking close to home and his mother. He never really knew his father, who he and his mother were told died when Matt was very little. But now at his mother's insistence, Matt is leaving for a year as a foreign exchange student in Denmark, his father's country. He'll be staying with close friend's of his mother and father. One day, while checking out a political demonstration as part of a school project, Matt is drawn to one of the speakers.

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Review - Runes, Ruin & Redemption by Maz Maddox

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Town doctor Elliot has left Stallion Ridge along with Lucas to search for Sebastian, their friend who fled the town after a drunken run-in with sheriff Cal. They do manage to find him, but Seb has gotten involved with a group of swamp dwellers who need his help, and there are some vigilantes hot on his trail looking for retribution over his war activities. The three, and a few friends they picked up along the way, will have to work together to get Sebastian back to Stallion Ridge.

Tags: Western Fantasy Shifters Menage

 

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Review - Second Chance by Barbara Elsborg

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Ryder is on a “team building” cycling trip with his company, but he's not seeing much of the team since he can't keep up with them. Of course, considering his medical history it's amazing he can even ride a bike. When he's left behind even by the boss who was supposed to keep an eye on him, Ryder plans to give up trying and catch a ride with the support van to the next stop.

Tags: Shifters Fantasy UK Setting

 

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Review - Rocks & Railways by Maz Maddox

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Mack has always been very comfortable playing the solid backup to Sheriff Calhoun, but when Cal is wounded chasing after some bandits, it's time for Mack to step in and take responsibility while the centaur recuperates. Of course, that's when everything goes sideways in town. The main thing causing a stir is the discovery of a living statue buried in the plateau the new railroad is trying to cut a tunnel through.

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Review - Suspects and Scales by Maz Maddox

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Note: This third book of the series is a direct sequel to the second, so if you haven’t read the previous book, be prepared for spoilers. As you’ll know from the cliff-hang-ey ending of Claw Marks and Card Games, Deputy Cody has just found his friend Wade murdered. Who would kill the gentle Iara (merman)? That’s what Cody is determined to find out, but things get complicated when Wade’s mother shows up, with her devoted assassin in tow.

Tags: Western Fantasy Shifters