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What happens when a soldier falls in love with the shifter he’s been sent to kill?
In post-nuclear Manhattan, there are two kinds of survivors: humans and shifters.
Cage: After his older brother Ben was killed by shifters, Cage followed in Ben’s footsteps and joined the military. His job is simple: protect the surviving civilians in the wreckage of Manhattan and put down the dangerous shifter mutants prowling the streets. Bitter with revenge, he can’t wait for a chance to get even with the monsters who killed his brother.
Bindi: Half-wolf, half-human Bindi is one of Cage’s monsters. She lives underground, hiding away from military patrols and protecting the ragtag pack of shifter children who have come to depend on her. She’d do anything to get out of the city and get her pack to safety, but nobody gets in – or out – of this city.
On Christmas Eve, Cage catches Bindi -in human form – stealing extra rations for her pack. In a moment of pity he lets her go, but not without being struck by a sense that there’s something special about her. Something… different.
When he finally discovers her secret, Cage must decide what’s more important to him – finally avenging his brother, or saving the woman he’s come to love. And Bindi will learn a lesson about humanity…and about love.
Shifting Fates is a romance novella series to be released in monthly installment
I’ve been wanting to try Aubrey Rose again since I read one of her eroticas that wasn’t totally rubbish, so when this popped up for free on Amazon I snapped it up.
When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fiancée at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she’ll be put to death for the crimes she didn’t commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves.
On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses.
There’s only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison’s desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance…
I’m taking part in a Book Blast tour for this book later in May, and the tour host made this available for review. I’m not committing myself to reviewing, but it sure does sound interesting enough for me to give it a shot.