Shifter's Claim Part I: A Paranormal Shapeshifter Werejaguar Romance

Shifter's Claim Part I: A Paranormal Shapeshifter Werejaguar Romance

by A. C. Arthur

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781466855311
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 07/08/2014
Series: The Shadow Shifters , #4
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 229,455
File size: 833 KB

About the Author

A.C. Arthur was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland where she currently lives with her husband and three children. An active imagination and a love for reading encouraged her to begin writing in high school and she hasn't stopped since. Her debut novel Object of His Desire was written when a picture of an Italian villa sparked the idea of an African-American/Italian hero. Determined to bring a new edge to romance, she continues to develop intriguing plots, sensual love scenes, racy characters, and fresh dialogue—thus keeping the readers on their toes!


A.C. Arthur was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland where she currently lives with her husband and three children. An active imagination and a love for reading encouraged her to begin writing in high school and she hasn’t stopped since. Her debut novel Object of His Desire was written when a picture of an Italian villa sparked the idea of an African-American/Italian hero. Determined to bring a new edge to romance, she continues to develop intriguing plots, sensual love scenes, racy characters, and fresh dialogue—thus keeping the readers on their toes!

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Shifter's Claim Part I 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But this story is only 67 pages long to short.
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bsp43 More than 1 year ago
I have read all four book and anticipating the next book
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Shifter's Claim, Part I, A.C. Arthur Review from jeannie zelos book reviews So, I'm not usually a fan of serial novels, I'm far too impatient to wait months between episodes, but this one is in four parts released a week apart, and the whole novel also released with final episode. Even I can deal with a wait like that! Anyway part one introduces us to the background to the shifters, and to the main characters of Bas and Priya. Bas as a shifter works to ensure that their species is kept a secret, and is a leading part of a faction that weeds out rogues who could let their existence be known. Priya is a reporter, who'se seen things she shouldn't and has strong outside reasons for her persistence in investigating the shifters. She simply doesn't have the choice not to do it. There's an attraction between Bas and Priya right from their first meeting, but of course that's the worst thing to happen, they really are on opposite sides with Bas determined not to let the secret out, and to stop by any means those who risk it and Priya, a tenacious reporter who has some scary reasons to get to the truth and make it known....Then of course there's Bas determination after a past tragedy never to get involved with a human again – his cat though seems to have other ideas..What happens next? Well, its a fun read so far, with their attraction, the speices secret existence, the feudal hierarchy that seems to dominate most supernatual books, and the danger of other illegal things the shifters have to deal with, that risks breaking their cover. Currently that seems to be rogues involved in a massive drug smuggling operation that could turn out to be even bigger than expected. It's got all the elements I love, strong characters,sensual and spicy romantic angle, likable heroine, pressure from outside sources and an element of danger. Potential for some great drama and emotion. It's around 100 pages I'd guess from reading time, so a decent length for a part novel, and if all parts are this length that means I can hope for a proeprly filled story, not one where elemets are rushed but space allowed for the whole story. I can hope anyway :-) Stars: hard to judge on just part of a book but I'm going for a Four. ARC supplied via Netgalley