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Released: January 26, 2010
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Shifters Unbound #1
Published by Leisure Books
The premise of the supernatural community in this series is really interesting. Shifters are out of the closet but they don’t really live among humans. They have communities that are separated, where they can live by their own rules and in a pack atmosphere.
And they are also collared.
That was the most interesting concept to me. This collar actually controls the animal tendencies, prevents them from becoming violent, and ultimately humans feel safe around a collared shifter. All pack shifters are required to wear it by law and can’t be taken off.
So how do you explain that a collared, pack shifter is being accused of murdering his very human, and now very dead, girlfriend. It is up to Kim Frasier to uncover what really happened and defend him. She’s a lawyer and this is her big break case. And if it takes her getting cozy with a strong shifter to get the help she needs, then she’s the girl for the job.
But let me tell you about Liam. In fact, let me tell you about the Morrissey family. Sexy irish accents, roguish bad boy good looks and behavior, and tons of sex appeal. I want some of that! Even though I really liked Liam, I am very curious about Sean.
The story was entertaining enough but even though the premise was original it fell just a bit flat to me. But I can’t wait to read Sean’s story so I’m hurrying along with these.
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