This not-to-be-missed anthology starts out with Mad Dog Love by Angela Knight. Zarifa Lorezo needs protection and who better to provide it than the sexy werewolf Rance Conlan. Together they will face enemies, family, and each other in the quest to learn that love truly can happen when least expected.

A Jaguar's Kiss by Lora Leigh continues the Breed series with Natalie Ricci and Saban Broussard. Natalie is the first person to be able to teach breed children. Saban is assigned as her protector but know that his wants to be so much more and has been created to be more.

Alyssa Day journeys back to the world of Atlantis in Shifter's Lady. Marie travels (for the first time) up to the world above the waves to meet her brother Bastien's love Katherine Fiero. Marie doesn't expect to fall for alpha of the Big Cypress panther pride Ethan. Ethan is awe stuck by Marie and the protective possessiveness that arises in him.

Emma is aboard a ship that will take her away from her ruined reputation back home. Little does she know that her plans are about to change when the ship is sunk and a seal carries Emma away. Griff there when Emma awakens in a foreign place. He has secrets of his own but can these two overcome their pasts to make way for their future?

These four ladies have come together to create an amazing experience for readers. Each author provides a full story regardless of the limited space. In some anthologies the stories are not well developed but these ladies have created full-bodied stories and well rounded characters. I was very happy with this book and would recommend it to anybody and everybody. Five hearts!

Book Blurb for Shifter


New York Times bestselling author Angela Knight, USA Today bestselling author Lora Leigh (A Novel of the Breeds, #15), and national bestselling authors Alyssa Day and Virginia Kantra?

Whether transforming under a blue moon or prowling the streets, the shifters come alive to fulfill the wildest of fantasies in this seductive anthology by four masters of paranormal romance.

Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2008 5.00