With prejudice against all shifters on the rise, thanks largely to the activities of the murderous wolf shifters, Neda and her people are forced to suppress their powers, hiding their secret identities from the world for the sake of their own survival.
And when the group ventures into a wealthy village to put on a paid performance, Neda finds herself suddenly overcome with attraction for one of the locals, a nobleman named Auden.
With his gorgeous blonde hair, muscular physique, and powerful status among his fellow villagers, will Neda's once strong love for her fiancé be able to persist intact?
Will she be able to protect her secret from his ever watchful eyes to ensure her family’s survival?
Sweet Jesus this book is awful. And I say “book” for lack of a better word. It’s actually just a large collection of short stories, linked together with a whole lot of “hey, buy my other books and sign up for my newsletter” links.
First of all, I have crappy luck with erotic romance, shifter romance in particular. (I’m looking at you, Gifted to the Wolves). In fact, the only reason I downloaded this book is because I was curious if the misspelling on the cover (“Meenage”) was some kind of intentional clever pun that I wasn’t understanding. I do ever-so-much enjoy clever puns. Sadly, after reading a good bit of the “book”, I don’t think it was a clever pun, but rather, an embarrassing typo, which is super unfortunate, because it’s right there on the cover for God and everyone to see. Hopefully the author will correct this mistake soon. (Update: The author finally corrected the typo, but that doesn't change the fact that it went out like that in the first place. Sloppy.)
I have so many problems with this “book” that I don’t know where to begin (after the obvious cover malfunction), so I’ll just list them out in no particular order:
That’s probably enough ranting. I think this “book” has already sucked up enough of my time. Be warned, folks. This one is to be read only by those who have a fondness for literary train wrecks and/or unintentional comedy. Other than that, you should avoid this book like the creepy dude in the grocery store who keeps eyeballing you and “coincidentally” ending up in the same aisle as you all the time (or maybe that’s just me).
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
This is the Charlie Sheen of books, folks. No amount of rehab can fix it. Save yourselves. It’s too late for me...
Other reading suggestions
Try anything by Selena Kitt or Emma Holly instead. (Note: both authors write stuff other than erotica, too, so if you’re looking for erotica, make sure you read the blurbs and categories carefully to avoid any purchasing surprises.)
Or really, just read ANYTHING other than this.