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Snake-shifter Sophia Samson is on the run with a knife-wound to the gut after her last con went belly up. With a mob man hot on her tail and her wound not healing like it should, she seeks refuge in her mother’s childhood hometown, Woodland Creek. She slithers in through the back door of the urgent care clinic and charms the handsome doctor into treating her.
The shifters of Woodland Creek turn to Desmond Callahan, MD when they suffer from unique medical conditions, but when Sophia sneaks into his office with silver poisoning, it’s obvious she has no idea there are other shifters in their small town. Desmond can tell Sophia doesn’t want him to know she’s a shifter – and that’s not the only thing she’s hiding. As a puca, Desmond has a few tricks of his own up his sleeve and he’s not going to let the captivating Sophia slip out of his life so easily.
Published: November 15th 2015
*I received a copy of this book in exchange of a honest review*
The writing was okay. The chapters weren’t too long or too short. We read from two POVs: Sophia and Desmond. That was great because these two are quite different and their perspectives of things were different too.
This is a short, easy read.
I loved the world in this book. I decided to accept this copy because: snake-shifter. We don’t really get to read that often about that kind of shifters. And then there are bee-shifters,cat-shifters,puca-shifters, the world is so diverse that it was very interesting to read.
This book happens in three or four days, and there is romance.
One of the things I’m not sure I liked that much was the relationship. My main problem with it was that, in three or four days, yes, you are attracted with someone, get with him/her really really well, like you’ve known that person for a long time, but you really don’t. And I felt like those ‘you-are-my-one-and-true-love’ vibes and in my opinion that’s very unlikely to happen. However, I enjoyed the romance and reading these two. They had problems but they got through them.
The end was unexpected and surprised me the conclusion of this story.
•Sophie: She was the one who had a development. This new reality and her problems made her change her perspective. She changes in this book but for good.
•Desmond: He was so sweet and kind. I loved his relationship with everyone in Woodland Creek.
This is a sweet, short, easy read. It has romance and ‘kind-of’ action. Plus, shapeshifters of all kinds.
I would recommend this book for people with 17 years old or more because of sexual content.
About the author:
Aria Kane is a recovering mechanical engineer and romance writer. As a military brat, she grew up all over the country, but now lives in sunny Florida with a 60 lb mutt who thinks he’s a chihuahua. She’s the author of ONCE UPON A DARKNESS and A TITAN FOR CHRISTMAS. You can learn more about her at www.ariakane.com