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Shifting Love

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    strong paranormal romance

    In Philadelphia, shapeshifter Maggie O¿Shea would prefer to avoid lunch with her former lover and mentor Marcus Bocelli, but she knows her commitment to his Foundation forces her to leaves the comfort of her Soul Provisions shop to meet with him. She thinks back to how the charismatic Marcus trained her in using her ability to mend broken hearts through the purity of love. Marcus informs Maggie that the Foundation needs her to heal management consultant Julian McDonald still mourning the deaths of his wife and their young child in a Colorado plane crash nine years ago. Though she demands to know why him, Marcus fails to respond. Still she goes on the mission only to find he heals her loneliness as much as she teaches him that he still has the capacity to love others. As they fall in love, Maggie and Julian must make decisions; he feels the guilt of the survivor moving on and she doubts anyone can truly love a person like her.--- Paranormal romance readers have plenty to cheer about as Tor opens up a new line with the great Constance O¿Day-Flannery returning to the fold after taking a breather. SHIFTING LOVE is a terrific tale due to the characters making the otherworldly elements and themselves seems authentic. Maggie and Julian are fabulous protagonists with both having qualms that could easily derail their relationship before it can fully forge on top of the foundation of love. Marcus is an intriguing enigmatic leader who fans will want more appearances by him. Welcome back Ms. O¿Day-Flannery and welcome to the sub-genre Tor for if this collaboration is any indication, fans are the winners.--- Harriet Klausner

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