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I enjoyed listening to this BBW bearshifter paranormal romance with a hint of suspense. It is just long enough to give you some real meat in the story but short enough to finish quite quickly. It isn't the best story I have encountered from the genre, but still met my need for paranormal escapism and an assured HEA.
Note: While you can listen to this book on its own, it seamlessly fits in with the first book in the series. As there are overlapping timelines in the two books, I would recommend reading/listening to the first book in the series before listening to this (although it isn't actually a necessity).
This audiobook was given by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
This short story is well rounded and has a good mix of romance, suspense and action. A Dangerous Business is the second book in the series and while it could be listened as a stand a lone, the story is actually richer after listening to the first book in the series.
This novella is well written and flows fairly smoothly. There's immediate attraction between the main characters; however, they try to deny their feelings for each other. Their interaction and dialogue is clear and developed. Due to parts of this story running parallel to the first book, it feels more like a serial than a complete story.
I've listened to the first three audiobooks and because each story builds off the prior story, the plot and characters are developed and the plot thickens with each story.
These stories are great if you are looking for a super quick listen.
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Book 2 in a series of shifter shorts. This can be a standalone, but builds on the 1st book in which Aiden's brother finds his mate. Here, Aiden continues to work against the bad guys who plot to eliminate the shifters when his new recruit triggers his mating instincts. What a shock for him to discover that, not only is she not a bear but she's a wolf, and this is (at the very least) looked down on. Add to that, she's been taken by the Sons of Domnall, who are described: "They present themselves as ordinary right-wingers, racists and bigots." (Given that the US is divided right down the middle politically, I'm not sure that delivering an unprovoked slap to the faces to 50% of your audience is advisable.) Aside from that, the story is much in the same line as the first, a short, sweet mate matchup with a setup for the next one which will feature Aiden's boss, Jamie.
Narration is good, in spite of the missing Scottish accents. These are a nice option for when a short listen is in order.
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful