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Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Shapeshifter, Paranormal Romance, E-book
It is rare to find a paranormal story so rooted in reality. The dynamic characters in Hunting Human jump right off of the page. The fact that Beth and Braden are shifters is not as important as their interactions with each other. These two certainly have a lot to learn about what it takes to be in a committed relationship. While Braden is a deliciously sexy hero with a fascinating family, Beth is the book's real star. The author doles out information about the heroine in tightly plotted flashbacks that will make readers want to rush to the story's end.
While vacationing in Europe two years ago, Beth Williams was attacked by werewolves. She barely survived and the incident turned her into a shapeshifter. Not knowing how to adapt to the needs of her wolf, Beth has been traveling aimlessly across America unable to find a place to call her own. When she ends up in Portland, Beth thinks she has finally found a home surrounded by good friends and a new boyfriend, Braden Edwards. What Beth doesn’t know is that Braden is also a shifter. The secrets that the two keep from each other make it easy for a past enemy to attempt to tear the couple apart. Can Beth and Braden reconcile their misunderstandings before it is too late or will their mistrust prove to be deadly? (CARINA PRESS, April 2011, dl. $5.99)
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Reviewed By: Dawn Crowne
Publisher: Carina Press
Published: April 2011