Sex and the Single Werewolf

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Sex and the Single Werewolf

Shifter Sisters, #1

Definitely an interesting read. For those of you who enjoy fantasy and the paranormal you may enjoy this book, even if it doesn't fully explore that side. Sierra Dafoe focuses more on the relationship facet in this story.

This is, after all, erotica.

The interaction between the characters, while explosive and sensual, is very sweet and highly entertaining. I had a good chuckle and my heart melted several times, as well as other parts!

This is the first installation to what looks like will be a three book series, each featuring a member of the Shifter Sisters band. A band featuring three women, each with their own paranormal issues; Luna gets furry once a month; Tori's a vampire with an aversion to blood; and catty Persia often is... well, a cat.

Lu, after a long string of bad luck, despairs of ever finding the right guy. One who won't mind the fact that she is a werewolf. Considering that good guys are rare, an understanding good guy (with a delicious body to go along with the package), might be a little difficult to find. Through sheer dumb luck and a little help from Fate , Lu stumbles upon Sean. Will they make beautiful music together between the two of them?

I wish you good reading!

Book Blurb for Sex and the Single Werewolf

One's a canine. One's a cat. And one's a vampire who hates the sight of blood. Together, they're the Shifter Sisters, a hard-rocking band of misfits who stand by each other when the chips are down -- no matter how much the fur might fly the rest of the time!

Luna, the band's drummer and a werewolf by birth, has a talent for hooking up with men who only let her down. But she never gives up hope or her faith in romance, and when a sweet, sexy stranger catches her eye, Lu is convinced she's finally found The One.

But how are you supposed to land the man of your dreams when you really do turn into a bitch at "that time of the month"? And can you ever find true love while hiding half of who you are?

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2007 3.25