• City Shifters: The Den

  • The Complete 5 Book Series
  • By: Layla Nash
  • Narrated by: Beth Roeg
  • Length: 33 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (179 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The complete five-book series of City Shifters: The Den! Find out if Barrett Kaiser and his rowdy bear brothers survive the bad guys, wreak some vengeance, and find true love!

Bearing Burdens:

Josie just needs enough money to pay off her loan shark and get custody of her nieces and nephew. But when she saves Kaiser's life, she discovers a whole world of shifters exists in the city - and her dead sister might have been involved in it.

Josie has to decide whether to risk everything she loves to stay with Kaiser - including her own life and humanity - or shoulder her burdens on her own, yet again.

Bearing Hearts:

Lucy Randall couldn't save her partner Ragnar, when their mission against a rogue wolfpack went bad, but she can finish the job and, at least, honor Ragnar's memory by killing the men who ambushed him.

Reaching the investigator who hired her seems easy enough, until she runs into a man with Ragnar's face and twice as much attitude.

Can they avenge Ragnar's death and get one step closer to destroying the rogue wolfpack, or will their hearts grow too heavy to bear?

Bearing Scars:

Kara flees a rogue pack to save her own life, but knows she has to go back to save her brother. When the rogue wolves chase her, though, Kara faces a lonely death in the woods - until an enormous bear shifter races in to save her.

Owen is everything she needs, and as he deals with his own scars, Kara discovers he needs her more. But when the rogue pack demands a trade that endangers Kara, her brother, and most of the bears, how far will Kara go to save her brother? And how much will Owen sacrifice to protect her?

Bearing Demons:

Greer O’Brien has seen all kinds of tragedies as a homicide detective, and she’s witnessed her fair share as a banshee, too. When she finds a dying man, the banshee sings his death-song - except, the handsome shifter doesn’t stay dead. Greer isn’t ready for Malcolm MacNevin to disrupt her solitary life, and she certainly isn’t ready for him to kidnap her.

When Malcolm's little sister disappears into the city's underworld, Greer walks a fine line between her oath as a detective and her growing feelings for Malcolm. She’ll even face off with Russian mobsters, crazy fae overlords, and a rogue pack to save Malcolm’s sister. But will that be enough to save Malcolm from his demons?

Bearing Secrets:

Sunshine Wilkes runs a shelter and escape route for women with nasty husbands. She handles whatever the world throws at her...until she rescues a crazy pregnant lady raving about werewolves and carrying a little boy with a puppy tail.

She's in over her head in a magical world she didn't know existed. So, when a detective pal recommends a gorgeous Russian thug as a bodyguard, Sunny doesn't mind, at all. She can handle a guy with a dodgy past - even him being a werebear is something she can come around to.

But when her relationship with Sasha makes Sunny the target of an evil wolfpack and Russian mobsters, she starts to think some of his secrets are too dark to survive. Will Sasha's secrets ruin his future with Sunny, or will he finally break free of the past?

©2016 Layla Nash (P)2020 Layla Nash

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Great series

So far I have listened to the Pride series and this one. Beth does an amazing job narrating. There is plenty of romance and action. The only issue I have is the romance is a bit graphic. I’m all about hit and steamy but when it sounds more pornographic it takes the romance right out of it. But over all a great listen.

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Love

Love all the city shifters books so far. All I ask is PLEASE MAKE A STORY LINE ABOUT THE HYENAS. I really think lacy needs a happy ending!!!

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Engaging

This was a great read . Full of excitement and adventure. The den of bears are the best.

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How is this rated so high! Awful!!

Terrible 1st book. Got to chapter 7 and gave up. No character development, no world building. When you've read excellent paranormal series writers like Dianne Duvall, Patricia Briggs, JR Ward and others of their writing talent, this is just awful. I have nothing good to say at all. Ist 7 chapters - why does a man want a woman because she was "kind to him" - she grabbed the napsack of stuff she needs for something or other (not really clear) and left him to die - no 911 call, even anonymously. Real kind. Oh yes, she lied in his blood for a while and we are supposed to guess it infected her. Sort of. She HAS to get custody of her sister's 4 kids at age 20 with no job, despite the fact they are staying with a good family that she says are "bad people". No idea why she considers them "bad" when the kids seem happy enough. They are even willing to take HER in. She has a 50k loan from a loan shark. We have NO idea why. And she fights werewolves in an arena for some reason, and yet doesn't know what they are. No idea why she is even asked to fight.

Disjointed, no world building, whiny main character the reader couldn't care less about and a man who is abandoned by her in a pool of blood who has decided he must have her. Weird. Not recommended.

If the books get better I don't know. Couldn't get beyond book 1.

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Loved this whole series

What A Great Shifter Series…Layla Nash
Thank You For the Great Story..
And Beth Roeg’s Narration is Awesome!!

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I love this book it wonderful

enjoy characters in book and narrators did outstanding job and author wrote great book

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All in all a OK shifter story.

Not to the level of Dannika Dark or Suzanne Wright at least for me, but it's a good story. I find the endings a bit rushed and I was not fond of the narration. The characters are compelling and the stories well woven together. I would have liked a bit more lore wise and there are some loose strings but not enough to really bother me. There is some kind of insta-love in those books or at least insta over the top attraction but there is still some build up and the love between the partners are mostly credible.

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save your money

the plot lines and characters are not very well developed. honestly was not worth the price I paid. ended up using it just for back ground noise.

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Perfect Puzzle

I listened to the City Shift Series in the wrong order, but I still managed to fall in love with every book. I hope there will be more books. Sasha is most likely my favorite bear, Owen a close second.

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Wonderful Read!!

One of the best shifter books around!! Sooo worth the one credit!! Absolutely LOVED every single one!!