Monday, June 12, 2017

Review of Shifting Fate by Wren Michaels

I received this book with the understanding that I could leave a voluntary and honest review. 

In this book we meet Sylvia Schneider and Braxton "Brawn" O'Brien. Sylvia is a graphic designer for video games created by Noah Wright. Sylvia likes this type of work due to the fact that she has been a virtual shut in since the death of her fiance 2 years earlier. So when Noah askes her to run the launch of the new game at a Vegas convention she is understandable freaked out but with all Noah has done for her how can she deny him time with his mate. Plus with the recent threats to her Noah promises her a bodyguard to keep her safe. Can she do this or will her fears control her and what will she do with the bodyguard she has been assigned?

Brawn has been going through something recently and he doesn't know quite what it is. He is a Navy Seal who can't seem to hold his anger lately. This is dangerous not only for himself but for his entire team. As a shifter he should be able to hold it together better. So when his team leader puts him on forced medical leave to determine what is going on with both himself and his wolf he is at a loss for what to do. All he has wanted was to belong and he believes that he has found that place with the seals. So when he is given this protection detail he believes this will give him a chance to figure out his head and get back to what he does best. Little did he know this wasn't just a run of the mill protection this is a Gerri Wilder set up protection. Is this woman he is meant to protect his mate and if so what is out to get her and can he save her before it is to late?

This is a great book about finding love even after you think that you won't get another chance at it. This book has many twists and turns I really want to tell you all about but I refuse to ruin it for another reader. I will say this book will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone. 

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