Shifter's Dance

The Wiccan Haus

Shifter Dance is part of the Wiccan Haus series. This book is about the first bear shifter brother Stephan Bonsaint and Shallerina Romy Lewis. Romy has recently lost her eyesight from a prank pulled by another ballerina and has come to the Wiccan Haus to relax and get away. She is new to being blind and this place and people are new to her. She meets Stephan at dinner and an immediate attraction between the two is felt. This tiny dancer and bear shifter are destined mates for each other. Stephan is at the Wiccan Haus giving information to the owners and was not prepared to take a human mate. After dancing around their feeling the bear and dancer are sure to be mated.

This was my first book in the Wiccan Haus series but it will not be my last. This place is full of shifters finding themselves and their true love. Romy and Stephan could not have been more perfect for each other and this was a wonderful story to read. The book had just enough sex and action to keep the story interesting and it made me sad to leave this world. I recommend this to all the shifter fans looking for something new to read –enjoy this great book. Also look for the next two books because this is part of a trilogy of books featuring the Bonsaint brothers.


Book Blurb for Shifter's Dance

Romy Lewis, a ballet dancer at the peak of her career, loses everything when she is blinded by a mean prank. Her agent suggests a visit to the Wiccan Haus resort to sort out what she wants to do with her life now that both her career and her eyesight have been taken from her.

Stephen Bonsaint, bear shifter, computer programmer, and erstwhile spy, always figured he'd meet a sturdy mama bear someday and have a couple of cubs with her. A tiny human ballet dancer who can't even see is not at all who he imagined as a mate.

Together they dance around their feelings for each other as Romy learns how to navigate her new life, and Stephen learns that sometimes, strength isn't something you can see from the outside.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2013 4.00