Saturday, November 19, 2011

"Pack Challenge" By: Shelly Laurenston Review

"Pack Challenge" 
By: Shelly Laurenston

Synopsis from
What's an Alpha Male to do when he meets the Alpha Female of his dreams? Step one, hide all sharp objects. All Zach Sheridan ever wanted was to become Alpha Male of his Pack and be left alone. What he definitely didn't need in his life was some needy female demanding his attention. What he never saw coming was the vicious, scarred female who not only demanded his attention but knew exactly how to get it. Sara Morrighan knew this was the best she could expect from her life. Good friends. A nice place to live. And a safe job. But when Zach rode into her small Texas town with his motorcycle club, Sara knew she wanted more. She knew she wanted him. But after one sexy encounter with her dream biker, everything is starting to change. Her body. Her strength. That new thing she's doing with the snarling. Even her best friends are starting to wonder what's going on with her. But this is only the beginning. Sara's about to find out her life was meant for so much more. And Zach's about to find true love with the one woman who makes him absolutely insane. 

My Thoughts:
     "Pack Challenge" is the first installment in a three part series called "The Magnus Pack" This is a reread for me on my brand new Nook! It's a quick story that's fun, entertaining, featuring shape shifters, a little bit of naughtiness, and a sweet romance between Zach and Sara.
     Zach and Sara are both wolves...although Sara doesn't know she's a wolf. The story seems to revolve around Sara finding out what she is and culminates in the domination of the people that hurt her mother (the reason she doesn't know who or what she is). The story also lays the groundwork for the next two books in the series featuring Sara's friends, Miki and Angelina.
     It's a sweet story with typical Laurenston humor and sex scenes. If you've never read one of her shapeshifter stories, and are a fan of Lora Leigh, I think Shelly Laurenston would be good fit. She has several series with a wide range of characters that I've enjoyed. A fun read for a Saturday morning!

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