Shared for Love

Shared for Love

by Nancy Corrigan

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ISBN-13: 9781946672223
Publisher: Nancy Corrigan
Publication date: 06/14/2018
Series: Shifter World: Royal-Kagan , #6
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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Shared for Love 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Cheryl-S More than 1 year ago
Fantastic shifter story! This is book 6 in the featuring Ethan Jager, Noah Tanner and Hannah Kagan. There were so many emotions rolling around in this story. I did have a problem with what "I thought" was the climax of the story. There was a build up but when it happened it was almost glossed over. It got lost in everything else that was happening around the same time. I was a little disappointed. Don't get me wrong, I did love the story but wanted more of an exciting climax. I will continue to read the series because I love this shifter world and all the characters in it.
TDB005 More than 1 year ago
Let me first start by saying that I definitely encourage you to read the previous two books prior to starting Shared for Love. I just think you'll understand what is going on in the story more if you have the full picture. I know I was glad that I did, and while I enjoyed the novella and the first book to this series, I must admit that I was rather underwhelmed by this second installment to the story. For starters, I didn't like the separation between the characters and the overall story just felt very forced to me. It also wasn't a true menage story in my opinion, and instead was a case where the guys just take turns with her instead. This aspect might work for those who don't enjoy menage or just stepping your toes into reading that sub genre. I was kind of hoping it wouldn't be that way, but sadly I expected it given how their wolves behave. It was still an exciting story with a conclusion to events that started in the first book, so I was very pleased with that aspect. I think it boiled down to my expectations being a bit too high going in, because I might have otherwise just loved this book. I'm still going to continue on with the series when the next book comes out, because I'm dying to find out what happens next.
Pure_Jonel More than 1 year ago
Welcome back to the world of the Kagan wolves, with another fast paced and exciting tale that had me devouring it in a single sitting. Corrigan’s seamless writing combined with her well plotted tale to create a whole that I didn’t simply read, I experienced. It was both suspenseful and emotional. This novel was absolutely heartbreaking at times, but always full of love. Corrigan’s view of wolf shifters is different from so many of the others out there. It’s well developed and very intriguing. I like the way that Corrigan showed the differentiation and difficulties between man and his shifter half. The less glorified version of being a shifter is pronounced and adds a great deal to the tale. I love how it feeds into the relationship between the main trio of characters here. The well-developed mythology surrounding them and the pack was not only interesting but made me want to be part of it. And don’t even get me started on the characters! This cast was both diversely and well developed. Ethan’s battle with himself over wants and desires vies with his extremely alpha personality. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know him. Noah’s strength and understanding were just as appealing to me. Not only were these two dominant males fantastic, but the way that Hannah bridged them left me dying for it myself. Individually these there were a lot of fun, but together they were unforgettable. Owen was fascinating. What he’s been through was horrifying but the new things that he brings to the table were awesome. He’s one of those supporting characters who really stick with you. I’d love to see him with his own story. This was an emotional yet exciting look at the choices true mates could force upon an individual. The different viewpoints and lives involved all had me hooked. It’s a fantastically unique read for anyone who enjoys shifter romance, whether they’ve been following Corrigan’s work or are just being introduced to it. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
AnyTime_ReaderSF More than 1 year ago
Hannah Kagan is in love with Ethan Jager and he is in love with Noah bur Noah wants them both. Now the problem is the 2 different packs they belong to are against each other. Things get hot when outsiders threaten the trio and another female by kidnapping them and selling them to bears. I received an advanced copy of this book for an honest review. This is book 2 of the series Kagan Wolves by the author. Hold on to your hats folks this has action, drama, revenge, betrayal and M/M/F action that sizzle in the pages of this story.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
Enter into Nancy Corrigan's world of shifters at your peril, because it's not the same as the rest of them out there! Ethan is a man of secrets - not only is he the secret heir to the Tanner pack, but he has a male lover too. Both of these secrets could get him killed. However, Ethan has also formed a bond with Hannah Kagan, but keeps putting off anything 'official' as he can't lose Noah. The bond that forms between these three is intense. All three have to bend as they try to find a way to live with this new bond, and new way of living that they feel most shifters will disapprove of. Not only that, but Ethan and Noah have to play Michael's game until it time to stand up to him. With layer upon layer of story, back story, future story, characters, situations, this story will drag you in and not let go. It was good to hear about Sean and Jenna, and Nic and Riley, as the Kagan Pack is mentioned. Shifter Affairs are also mentioned, and prove that they are not all reliable, for the Kagan/Tanner Packs. Exceedingly well-written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I found, this was an amazing story that will curl your toes whilst making you melt. Highly recommended. * I received this book from Once Upon An Alpha in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!