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Publisher's Summary

As a werewolf who had grown up in human society, Adrien never felt like he truly belonged. Adrien will have to make a tough decision: continue to feel as if part of him is missing or leave everything he's ever known to find himself. As he starts out on the next stage of his life, he finds exactly what he had been looking for: a pack to join and new friends. But he ends up with more than he bargained for when he finds himself head over heels for a dark and handsome local weretiger by the name of Jasper.

Disclaimer: This is a very steamy stand-alone book for M/M lovers.

©2016 Noah Harris (P)2016 Marini Publishing

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Unfinished story

I love a good shifter story, but this one really didn't work for me. It is very Hatfield and McCoy -- as the wolves and tigers don't like each other. So the MC do some sneaking around to have sex and admit they like each other. There is a little character development, but not much. Then it just ends, very abruptly. I can't even say it was a HFN, it just stopped. Unless there is another book with this couple in the future, I wouldn't bother. The narrator does OK job with what he is given.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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3.5 Shifter Star's

I want more! More! More!

We meet Adrien, who has grown up in the human world. His mom is human and his father is werewolf.
For the most part Adrien seems happy, But I got the sense he wanted more and yep he moved out to find a pack.
He finds a pack and they take him in, he happens to be an Omega.
The pack takes him out to get to know someone, the first meeting between Jasper and Adrien is so funny, I loved it.

Only finding out after a night hot steamy roll in the sheets that his shifter is a Tiger shifter. And there is a feud going on between the packs.
But neither can stay away from each other.

I loved this story of want what you can't have and fight anyway to get it. Also lets admit the cover is HOT.. The scenes are HOT. And I want more of this story!
This is not the second book I have listened to by this author it won't be the last!

“This audiobook was given for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”

15 of 23 people found this review helpful

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Cats and Pups—and MM Cuteness

Noah Harris developed a light, fun MM romance between two shifters. The story is kind of a mix between Romeo and Juliet / West Side Story themed romances and romances where a shy personality with underdeveloped social skills meets a strong, protective personality. I found myself rooting for this predictable couple and enjoying a nice, if short, diversion from my standard reading fare, and happy that I stepped away for a while.

In the beginning, I thought someone other than narrator Robert G. Davis could better portray the protagonist, but deeper into the listening experience I became convinced that Davis WAS the protagonist. Equally well done was his characterization of the other personalities. Davis projects each character distinctly, and employs good pitch, pace, and projection. Great job!

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Good, fun story

A great, fun story that revolves around a wolf shifter and a tiger shifter, it's more Hatfield and Mccoy than Romeo and Juliet. Noah Harris always has fun stories that I enjoy and this one is no different. My only issue is that this book is unfinished.

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narrator was awful

I made it through the first chapter and had to turn it off. The narrator was so monotone and bland that I could stand to listen to anymore of the book.

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adorable

sweet,sexy cute steamy worth a listening . the pair is adorable. just very endearing . no regrets.

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it was great

I like it so much I did not want it to end i would like to hear more of this story i loved it

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Cats and dogs can get along

Great book until it ended to abruptly. Need a chapter or two more, or an epilogue.

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DNF

Story wasn't good. Unbelievable characters. Poor plot. Boring narration. Narrator's voice did nothing for me and I didn't care about continuing.
Did not finish.

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Great potential but choppy execution

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The same things were repeated a lot and it seemed unnecessary. Also some explanation of the conflict between the two packs would have helped.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

More development of the environment and less on Adiran moping because he can't see Jasper. I didn't understand why NO one explained why the two packs were feuding. It was just we hate them and they hate us.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

Performance was okay. I would have liked some better distinction between character voices.

Any additional comments?

*** I was provided this book free of charge for a fair and honest review ****

A modern retelling of a Romeo and Juliet type feud between families with some twists. One - the waring "families" are actually shifter packs (tigers and wolves) and two Romeo and Juliet are actually two men named Jasper and Adrian.

This books starts off with Adrian finding his way in the shifter world as he had grown up in the human world with his shifter father and human mother. He gets accepted into a pack after being on his own for a while and starts settling into shifter life.

One night he's out and meets a super hot drummer named Jasper and the two have one night together. Then Adrian finds out what Jasper is (a tiger) and that he can't see him again because of some feud that is never really explained.

So I really liked the premise of this story but the execution was a little choppy. We get no back story on Jasper, not much on Adrian and the the reason the two packs hate each other is never explained. Adiran pursues Jasper ( in a kind of stalkery way) and the two meet up to hook up whenever they can (which is not covered much.) They meet in animal form one full moon, run together and then spend the night together and then it's over. So it looks like a HFN but nothing feels like it happened or is resolved.

I just wish there had been more.. it felt like the story was just starting and then it was over.