This story is great. It is a lot deeper than most shifter romances. I really love how the bear shifter has to hibernate and the issues this causes.
Our heroine is a human living on a homestead in the wilds of Alaska. At the start of the book, she is kicking out a worthless boyfriend that hit her. It is near the end of winter, and the boyfriend had giving a lot of her food away to his family, leaving her with almost nothing to eat. There are secrets to come about the boyfriend.
The homestead is a lot of work for one person, so she decides to advertise for a husband. There are no good applicants. Then, a gorgeous, strong man comes to the door. It is our hero, who is a bear shifter. I won’t tell any more, but I loved how we got to see so much of her hard life and how they build a life together and how she finds out about shifters.Read More »
The Norseton Wolves are a pack made up of the rejects from other wolf shifter packs. Mostly, these men were rejected for being too alpha–they were just too strong for the packs they grew up in–it could have threatened the status quo. They called for wolf shifter women, since they are ready to mate and build up the pack. The Norseton pack Alpha has a good relationship with the Goddess that cares for the wolf shifters, and she directs him which couples belong together. Even though they are brought together for a lot of different reasons, and pure chance, they are true mates. The four stories follow each of the pairs as they discover mated life.
The fourth book, Scion, just released August 14, 2015.Read More »
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Beast (Norseton Wolves Book 1) is really good. I mean really. I loved the heroine. She was smart and could get a bit smart-mouthed, too. She had a bad upbringing in a mean pack that didn’t value females. She is small, and apparently that bothered her family’s pack, too. But she is one that makes lemons into lemonade and learned how to do anything she set her mind to. She set her mind to getting out of her home pack, and she had a chance when some pack she never heard of asked for mates. So she went–not knowing where, and not knowing who her mate would be.Read More »
I really loved this story of a werebear and a human woman who are both going through a lot, but find each other. It might be the best of the Saw Bears books, but that’s hard to say–I’ve loved them all.Read More »
This was a cute, sexy short story. The heroine is a BBW human lady with a crazy mother who wants her to get married, so she signs her up for a gathering to meet shifters who are looking for their mate. The hero is a cougar shifter whose dealing with an almost out of control cougar that is ready to find a mate and father some cubs. His mother also seems a bit whack-o.
Luckily for them, there is an immediate attraction and things get sexy really fast. This was a lot of fun, I liked the characters very much, and the dialogue was really funny sometimes. I recommend this story.Read More »
This is a great story. It definitely isn’t like most wolf shifter romances and is completely unlike werewolf horror stories. I loved it. There is a long time frame covered in this book, so if you love epics, this is definitely the book for you. If you love wolf shifters, this is the book for you, because of how neat it is to see their point of view.Read More »
This book is great. The heroine is an alpha wolf shifter who can’t shift (called a latent) and a healer. The hero is an alpha wolf shifter and leader of a pack that can’t always control his wolf. They both had awful childhoods, they both thought they would never get a chance for a true mate. So, when the alpha of another pack claims the heroine with a bite, and Taryn’s father (alpha of her pack) goes along with it, scheduling her mating ceremony against her will, she is open to almost any alternative. The hero offers that alternative via a pretend, temporary mating, because he needs alliances to protect his pack from being taken over. She accepts.Read More »
Another great book in the Aesir Shifters world. In this story, I gained more understanding of the world Ms. Masten has created. I understand more about the evil government Agency, learned about other shifter breeds, and learned about latents. The story was quite action filled, and also a wonderful romance–one of those “against all odds” loves.
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And they all lived Happily Ever After. That’s the end, and I loved it. But, Oh my gosh, the difficulties getting there were extreme.
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