Were We Belong

Narrated by: Hollie Jackson
Series: Shift Happens, Book 5
Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.7 out of 5 stars (433 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I need a new freakin’ job. 

It’s not what you think. I’m desperate to resign from the Werewolf Treaty Federation aka WTF. Don’t judge. I didn’t name this crew of misfit Shifters so hear me out. 

After investigating a deadly Jazz Cabbage outbreak, I discover we need a necromancing demon to help solve the crime. As luck would have it, my gay vampyre BFF, Dwayne, dated one of these gems several decades ago. Seems all we need to do is summon his evil butt into this plane of existence and poof, crisis solved. The question is, can we bring him back without causing a flesh-eating, end-of-the-world zombie apocalypse? 

With my hunky mate, insane Granny, and flamboyant Dwayne by my side, we have no choice but to succeed. If we don’t, the reveal of our existence to the human world is imminent. 

We are Shifters. Werewolves. WTF. Shift Happens all the time. But this time, we’re making sure only good shift goes down.

©2019 Robyn Peterman (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Absolutely Laugh Out Loud Funny

It's over the top and so funny that you will laugh until you cry. I think this is the funniest one yet! Start with book 1 and enjoy the fun. There isn't anything deep about these stories and yes they are fairly predictable still you'll still love them because we all need laughter though tears!

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A perfect ending

This book was the perfect ending to such a hilarious and captivating series. I so hope that there is a spin off in the future. I would love to see more of these wonderful characters. I highly recommend this series. Not only is the author amazing but the narrator is too.

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lol

laught out loud as i wss painting my house.. love stuff like this :) keep it comeing

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Jumped the Shark

What started as campy and sassy ended as vulgar and farcical. Too many schlong jokes, gay jokes, and Jesus Heezus exclamations. Even Hollie Jackson’s narration couldn’t breathe life back into this series, Should’ve stopped at books 1 & 2.

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Laugh out Loud Funny!!

By far one of the best paranormal authors, my only complaint is that I’m ready for more books in this series!!!

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From smack downs to were babies.

Some serious fun with a merry band of growing characters, Hung Georgia will never be the same, nor will the council. Funny adventure and revelations, I enjoyed every minute.

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With death and violence love and life. This book covers it all! Once again Robyn draws you in and creates a world to escape in. And seriously all the love 💛

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I love this series and want MORE!

Such a rare find - a great story and a great narrator! I laugh out loud and sniffle and tear up with this series that not one book has disappointed! I would love to meet narrator Hollie Jackson and tell her in person how much she makes these characters come to life! Truly talented and appreciated! I want to be part of this shifter family that comes complete with a BFF who is a gay vampire - I am so loving him! And who could not love him and his were cow children who can decimate anything with their farts! Such a novel twist! I love that there are different were animals as well. SO fun and entertaining since 2020 is a bust read this series for a lighthearted story! Don't get me wrong - there are some dark parts in here that only add another dimension to the story! Its a perfect blend of romance, laughter, suspense and intrigue for me!

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Rousing success!!! Great story!

I loved this story! Amazing characters and fantastic world building combined with comedy, mystery and love with steamy scenes that will leave you fanning yourself.

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Stop after the first book

The first book of the series was really good. Her reason for leaving Hank was stupid and it was NOT “hot” that he stalked her for a year, but otherwise it was good. The second book was good too, except that’s when the juvenile fart and poo jokes started. I didn’t like that Essie sounded so different in the third book, but hey, different narrator. However, she still sounded different in the fourth book when we went back to the original narrator, but a different main character. I hated that Robyn insisted that Junior was a genius, but every time she needed someone to be a bonehead to get a laugh, she picked on him. The examples of geekiness and neediness in the 4th book felt forced and rang false. But the absolute worst was this last book. I felt compelled to finish what I started, but it was hard. I’m not sure what was worse: the bad jokes or constantly being bashed over the head with Robyn’s political agenda. I mean, come on, be honest. How is it that the two agents she used to work with in book 1 were such sexist pigs when they were working for A WOMAN? Also, just a thought here, but maybe Essie’s rookie status had something to do with her not getting the plum assignments. Or, um, MAYBE it was because her FEMALE boss hated her. Maybe the patriarchy had nothing to do with it. And honestly, I could keep going. Just...*sigh* stop reading after the first book.