Red: A Sexy Shifter Fairytale Romanceby Jessica Aspen
Feisty wolf-shifter Red only wants to get out of the small, mountain town of Radon and experience life, but her mother, brother, and the pack are all out to make sure she stays put. When packing her goodies up
When Red runs into the hot new forest ranger she thinks it will be just a quick fling, but passions ignite and soon Red is scrambling to hide all her secrets.
Feisty wolf-shifter Red only wants to get out of the small, mountain town of Radon and experience life, but her mother, brother, and the pack are all out to make sure she stays put. When packing her goodies up to Grandma's house she runs into the hunky new forest ranger, Evan Brewster, she jumps on the opportunity to let loose her desires. But her new romance with Evan puts the pack in danger of discovery and she's forced to make a choice.
Evan is stoked when he meets the petite red haired hottie and combined with his new discovery of wolves in Colorado, thinks his career and life are made. Then Red pushes him away, her hostile brother threatens his life, and things begin to spiral out of control.
Caught between her sexy lover and her pack can Red trust Evan with her secrets? Or must she sacrifice her human lover-and her heart?
Lions and wolves and bears, oh my!
Discover why readers love the twisted tales of Jessica Aspen's Sexy Shifter Fairytale Romance.
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This summer, I have been reading a lot if books outside my usual go-to genres. Shifter stories included. It seems there is a typical formula in these tales. (Like my pun?!) I am glad that, even though it was somewhat predictable, it was a fun story to read. I find I worry about the girls ahd young women who read these books. The ideas of falling in love overnight, bonding with your one true love and mate, being the "perfect" female specimin, and being submissive as an ideal will lead to unrealistic and potentially harmful expectations for love and life. I would love to see this author, since she does have a compelling ability to tell a story, write some stories that break out of that usual pattern. This was a free book and am thankful for the opportunity to read it and experience this new-to-me author. I will read more of her books!