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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

ShadowLife Hybrid by Claudy Conn Shadow Series Book 3 Chase MacA

ShadowLife Hybrid by Claudy Conn
Shadow Series Book 3
Chase MacAdams is three hundred years old. He is more than just human, he was born human, wolf and vampire. A hybrid. He is often lonely but after his mother’s death he knew that a mate was something he would n...
ShadowLife Hybrid by Claudy Conn
Shadow Series Book 3
Chase MacAdams is three hundred years old. He is more than just human, he was born human, wolf and vampire. A hybrid. He is often lonely but after his mother’s death he knew that a mate was something he would never want. Never wanting to go through the agony his father was going through because of their loss. And he kept telling himself that as his wolf begged him to take Roxie MacBran as their own.

Roxie MacBran, an American beauty, was on a mission….get Chase to help in the war against WB and his vampires. She had plans of her own to go into fashion design but couldn’t deny who she was deep down….who her parents were. She was part of a special community and they were in trouble. If only she can focus on doing what she needed to do and get out of there before her inner self connected too deeply with the handsome hybrid.

Chase & Roxie join up with our heroes, heroines and villains from the previous two Shadow books; ShadowLove Stalkers and ShadowHeart Slayer. Together they must unite and destroy the vampires who are trying to take over the human race. And Chase has a personal vendetta with one vampire in particular, Count Vlad Dracula.
**Sexual Situations and language

posted by JutzieDV on August 15, 2012

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Nimrod really?!?!

Loved the story and the complexity of characters. But what i was stuck on through the whole story was the fact that she was creativly lacking in character names... Nimrod ... really?!?! There was nothing else she could possibly think of? It kind of killed the mood of th...
Loved the story and the complexity of characters. But what i was stuck on through the whole story was the fact that she was creativly lacking in character names... Nimrod ... really?!?! There was nothing else she could possibly think of? It kind of killed the mood of the book for me even though he is not a main character. Should have made him a mysterious unnamed irishman and it would have been lots better.

posted by 17531428 on June 24, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2013

    Easy Reading!

    I read all 3 books in this series and loved the stories and the way they were well written. Love the way Claudy has pulled them all together in "Hybrid". These books have love, violence, desire, sex, fantasy, and a little jewel of suspense.
    Extreme sexual language sometimes comes out of nowhere.
    However... "Stalkers" had many spelling errors. When it came to "Hybrid" there was great improvement.
    Also there was too much of the book taken up by advertisements. Example; Out of 244 pages - the story starts on page 14 and ends on 182.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2012

    Nimrod really?!?!

    Loved the story and the complexity of characters. But what i was stuck on through the whole story was the fact that she was creativly lacking in character names... Nimrod ... really?!?! There was nothing else she could possibly think of? It kind of killed the mood of the book for me even though he is not a main character. Should have made him a mysterious unnamed irishman and it would have been lots better.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2012

    Fun read

    Fun, quick read.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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