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Cassidy: We're engaged! Time to get the rest of our lives started.

This series includes profane language, as well as adult and sexual content.

©2016 Manifestiny Entertainment, LLC & Emerald Wright (P)2016 Manifestiny Entertainment, LLC & Emerald Wright

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And a HEA for EVERYONE.

What made the experience of listening to Shifter: Grizzly, Book 5 the most enjoyable?

The characters. Reading would be a good option as well, however, I love a good bedtime story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Shifter: Grizzly, Book 5?

The final scene was a wonderful ending.

Have you listened to any of Audrey Lusk’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have listened to all of the Shifter series audios. She has Cassidy down. For a woman doing a male character, she keeps the characters different and easily distinguishable .

Any additional comments?

This is a different take on the BBW and werebear storyline. I love that she is an author of Shifter stories before she learns they are real.

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  • Jan
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  • 10-26-16

Meh


I felt that this chapter was very weak and bland in real content. The erotica was inventive, but the resolutions to ongoing life issues was meh.
Audrey Lusk is the best part of this offering