First Impression: Jace

Jace
Jace by Alisa Woods
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

First Impression:
Oh how I loath thee Agent Smith! We meet yet another Wilding. Their pack is the main focus of the next series which Piper’s brothers get their HEAs. Piper is a bit more tame than Terra Wilding from the first book, but still just as stubborn. Jace has been beating himself up over something he can’t really remember, and of course he thinks the worse of himself. I have to give Piper credit though for calling him out on it and for trying to smack some since into the man. Even in hypnosis, it’s been show you won’t act on something that is against your moral core. Looking forward to Jarod next!

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First Impression: Jaxson

Jaxson
Jaxson by Alisa Woods
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

First Impression:
It’s a new take in shifter mating. A good start to a triology about 3 brothers. Agent Smith is one sick bastard that I want to stab in the face, but that is the sign of a good author. Looking forward to reading the rest of the family. This series takes place in my home town which is always awesome! Witches & Weres, what a great combo!

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First Impression: Accidentally Catty

Accidentally Catty
Accidentally Catty by Dakota Cassidy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

First Impression: I liked it. Nina is growing on me. She is becoming funny instead of annoying. I really loathed her up until this book. This series really needs to be read from the beginning for the full experience because it just gets more and more crazy with each book. I mean this in the best way, but I did need to relisten to some chapters to get it all straight and I have listened to the previous books.

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First Impression: Shifter’s Sacrifice

Shifter's Sacrifice
Shifter’s Sacrifice by Lisa Ladew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First Impression: Dec 2016
5-stars
First in her new series. A lot take in but also lots of promise. Have to relisten to get all the details down. Many story lines set in motion as well as a note from the author about this new series. I’m glad the non-shifting brothers grab the author’s heart as much as they did mine and I hope they finally get to shift and mates of their own in future installments. Looking forward to more of this series.