Talyn finds herself in a compromised position - literally.
Having escaped the supernatural battle raging inside her house, she falls into the wrong set of arms, and soon finds herself alone in a prison constructed of Mutables, a group of shifters that can change into virtually any animal. They too, have a limited female population.
Talyn doesn't care. She refuses to become the Lycan Merck and Arden insist she'll become, though her beast is clawing to escape.
But a revelation about her lineage makes becoming a Lycan a surety, rather than a choice. The question that haunts Talyn is: who will transition her? Friend, foe - or lover?
©2015 Tamara Rose Blodgett (P)2016 Tamara Rose Blodgett
The Shifter story gets better with each volume although, once again, this volume continues on from the last, so they do need to be listened to in order.
This time around, the story is darker, more violent and filled with a few more surprises as it begins to build to the moment our heroine must, quite literally, do or die with one of the men fighting over her. Who will she pick or will the choice be made for her?
Kudos to narrator Holly Elise who continues with fine voice characterisations and who ensures the erotic scenes don't become farcical or distasteful. It can't be easy reading a sex scene, particularly one of self-satisfaction, without sounding like cheap porn, yet she manages to keep it classy.
There's another cliffhanger at the end of this volume, making me keen to go straight on to Volume 4. This review copy audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge via Audiobook Boom but is one I would be happy to buy.
the story is great you have your mixed Paranormal soups being introduce such as ware wolf, maskers, lycans and many more. all trying to get to one women while she starts her transition into her unknown paranormal. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom
Shifter Alpha Claim (#3)
:Tamara Rose Blodgett
Part 3 in this series. The female protagonist is still holding her own about not being changed.The others are plotting about working together to change her.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed.
"I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator."
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