From award-winning author Leigh Ellwood comes a wild and sexy tale about werewolves, were-panthers, and the women who love them.
Living in Bliss, New Jersey has it perks, unless you're a shifter looking for love or a human looking for peace and quiet. Not only does Calla Savitch, owner of Shear Bliss salon, have to deal with warring panthers and werewolves with overlapping appointments, she's fed up with their constant matchmaking attempts. The last thing she wants, especially, is a hook-up with the one shifter who broke her heart years ago.
Handsome were-panther Caleb Houlihan still nurses the guilt of Calla's heartbreak, but when presented with a second chance to woo her he is reluctant. Calla may forgive his youthful indiscretions, but when she discovers his aunt's true motive for wanting them together, will she send him packing?
On this stretch of the Jersey Shore, it's a different "situation"!
If you enjoy this story, please visit Leigh Ellwood online at http://www.leighellwood.com and follow her Twitter @LeighEllwood. Also check out Leigh's award-winning Dareville series of erotic romances: Truth or Dare, Dare Me, Daring Young Man, and Dare to Dream!
©2011 Kathryn Lively (P)2012 Kathryn Lively
I'm a Stay at Home Mother and Homeschool Teacher of two young girls. I am a avid book lover no matter the format.
Every single person sounded the same. I guess I also didn't expect to hear the Jersey accent. I couldn't get past that male Panthers sounded like little girls and all the girls sounded the same and with that darn accent.
The story could've been good but I couldn't bare to listen so I know it's bad when u fast forward several times in a 2 hour story.
Better narration. Worst one I've ever listened to.
I don't know. The performance of the narrator was so awful that it adversely affected the storyline.
Uninspiring; sounded like an adolescent. The narrator sounded like a 12 year old. It seemed the voice she used for Caleb was higher than the voice she used for the women. And I couldn't figure out what kind of accent she was trying to use for some of the women. Was that supposed to be "Jersey?"
One of many similar stories
Could be a good listen but narrator never changed characters voices.
I stopped listening afters a couple of chapters but there was no change in narrators reading.
5 stars - Outstanding in its own right! 4 stars - Really Great & Entertaining! 3 stars - A decent, well spent listen. 2 stars - OK, but could have skipped this one. 1 stars - I'm just being nice here.
I enjoyed the basic story line here in Sheer Bliss. I love shapeshifters - paranormal romance genres too. But I will start choosing narrations that are a more comfortable listen. Charity McGowan is a good reader, however a tad bit monotone. And I am learning that I just prefer a more stronger, fuller voice narration in my romance novels, especially if I have to listen to it at any length.
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