When armed lowlifes and a snowstorm in the Sandia Mountains strand photojournalist Gavin Leeds in Mike Ivanov’s cabin, the newshound gets the shock of his life. Not only is his sexy rescuer an Alpha bear shifter, but Mike also believes that Gavin is his destined heart’s mate. Some hot and dirty sex with a hunky shifter is one thing, but Gavin doesn’t believe in fated mates or happily ever afters.
Mike Ivanov has enough problems with his pack as it is; they’re not thrilled that he won’t be siring the next Alpha, and now he has to answer a challenge from one of his pack members. Having his heart’s mate show up on the same night doesn’t help. Finding out that his mate is a snarky, rebellious human with a commitment problem and an ass he wants to bite?
Nobody ever said an Alpha’s life was going to be easy.
About the Author
Nicola M. Cameron is a married woman of a certain age who enjoys writing about science fiction, fantasy, and romance. When not writing, she likes to knit and quilt. And she may be rather fond of absinthe. While possessing a healthy interest in romance and sex since puberty, it wasn’t until 2012 that she decided to try writing about them. The skills picked up during her SF writing career transferred rather nicely to SF/fantasy/paranormal romance. Her To Be Written work queue currently stands at around nineteen books, and her mojito-sodden Muse swans in from Bali every so often to add to the list, cackling to herself all the while. When not working, Nicola is usually making Stuff™, kissing her husband, or entertaining her cats.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Shifter Woods: Roar is the second novella in the Esposito County Shifters series, and this time the story focuses on Gavin, the photographer who went with Laurie in novella one. They both go their separate ways in a bid to find freedom when they get shot at by those they are investigating. Gavin ends up finding the home of Mike, a bear shifter. The attraction is there straight away, but how will Gavin react to Mike being a shifter. He finds out with the help of a friendly ghost, so all in all, Gavin's life is turned upside down pretty quickly. Fast paced, fun, action-packed, and steamy in places, Roar is a brilliant book that gives you the story from the "opposite side". It was nice to see Laurie through Gavin's eyes too. With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, this is an excellent book if you are after something on the shorter side that still packs a punch. Definitely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!