Friday, May 4, 2018

Be Were by Eliza Gayle

Title: Be Were
Series: Southern Shifters, 5
Author: Eliza Gayle
Publisher: Gypsy Ink Books
Genre: MF Paranormal
Pages:  175
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Updated Cover Edition

Dean had a family once. Until tragedy and betrayal consumed them. Now he lives on his own terms keeping life simple and carefree. Then one night leads to one bite and he's forced back into a dangerous world that reminds him he's still as angry as ever and this time he's not leaving until he gets what he wants. Niki.

Niki Harris has lived a life of secrets and solitude with no interest in making a change. But an easy one night stand turns complicated and she finds herself marked. Now she has to decide, tell the sexy shifter with a possessive streak a mile wide she's pregnant and in danger or do what she's always done--run.

Be Were is the full story from the free first chapter bonus, White Cougar Christmas.

Be Were is the fifth book in the Southern Shifters series by author Eliza Gayle. This is an angst-filled story. I love the powerfully written characters. They are vibrant, and Ms. Gayle does a great job of making me feel what her characters are feeling.  I loved this one.
This is my first time reading the series. I was not lost but this one is so good I would love to go back and see what I have missed.
Dean he once had a family a good life that was carefree. Now he has pain, betrayal, and anger.  He is a strong character. Very alpha male type of man. He feels deeply and loves just as deeply.
Niki has lived her entire life alone and keeping secrets. She doesn’t mind living that way still. But she has to let Dean in to protect her and her unborn baby. This is not easy for a woman who has always relied on herself. 
I liked her mix of vulnerability and strength. She is no shrinking flower she has a core of pure steel. She is a blend that would make you want to have her as your best friend.
I loved this book. Kept me interested and wanting more. I highly recommend to any paranormal lover.

                              Five Shooting Stars 

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