POV: 1st and 3rd
Genre: Paranormal, Romance
There’s a first time for everything. When these shifters come of age, shifting for their first time into their true form, you never know what will happen. Is that love in the air, or just mating rituals handed down from one generation to another?
Pick up this exciting boxset with new to you authors and some old favorites. It’s sure to please and give you hours of reading pleasure.
Including JS Bright, Melissa E Costa, Nicole Dennis, Kelly Fox, Jessie G, Miski Harris, Katey Hawthorne, Zolie Heller, Kris Jacen, Jacki James, Kim Katil, Elle Keaton, Wren Kenzie, K-Lee Klein, Ari McKay, Lynn Michaels, Megs Prichard, , JP Sayle, Victoria Sue, TL Travis, Sara York
I loved the stories I read from this anthology, and enjoyed finding new authors as well as new stories from authors I already love. Although I’ve only reviewed two stories, the rest are well worth checking out!
The Omega Thief by Victoria Sue
I loved the world building in this story, and I was invested in Raz and Attiker from the very beginning. This is an interesting opposites attract story, and not only because of their different personalities but their backgrounds too. I liked how the mate bond forms, and how Attiker has no clue what’s going on or even that he is a shifter. Raz is already shaping up to be a great ruler, and I loved how he was prepared to go after Attiker, rather than just sending someone after him. I also liked the hints that their world is already in crisis with drugs on the street and the Anti-Shifter Alliance poised to cause trouble.
I did, however, feel as though the story had just got going when it stopped, although it did give Raz and Attiker some closure of sorts. I’m very happy that it’s the prequel for a new series, and am looking forward to reading it. I doubt Raz’s rule is going to be smooth sailing, and it’s a good thing he’ll have Attiker by his side.
Prince of Indigo Island by Jacki James
This is the first story I’ve read by this author and I loved it. I thought the world building was great, and I loved the detail and family vibe of the merrows. Ford is a sweet guy, and I love the way he takes things slow, and works out a safe scenario for Caspian who is totally freaking out about being near the water. Their romance is very sweet, and I got wrapped up in it very quickly. I hope this isn’t the last story for these guys as I’d love to read more about them and their world.
4.5 out of 5 stars.