Title: Misdelivered (Can’t Prove Shift, #1)
Author: Keira Blackwood
Published Date: May 30th 2017
Genre: Paranormal Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Caitlyn Moreno’s no stranger to trouble. It’s part of the job for any cat burglar, let alone a thief who’s literally a cat. Well, ocelot shifter. No lock is beyond her capabilities, no mark beyond her reach. When rumor has it that the priceless Vandervelt broach will be kept for two nights in a hotel safe, guarded by shifter mafia, Lyn is compelled to make it hers. One mistake could cost Lyn her life, or worse, land her drugged, tossed in a crate, and dressed as… a bride?
When Tribunal enforcer Mason Blake returns home to his Alaskan cabin from a stressful assignment, he looks forward to a peaceful, quiet break. Alone. But a surprise late-night delivery leaves the anti-social polar bear shifter in an impossible situation—a gorgeous woman on his doorstep. Shut the door or let her in? Either way, she’s bound to be trouble.
This standalone story contains steamy shifter romance, action-packed and suspenseful circumstances, scorching love scenes, and a happily ever after ending.
Ms. Blackwood has the ability to take a crazy situation, and make it work. She describes Masons snowy world, until you feel the cold. And the characters are real enough to touch.
Misdelivered is a wonderful 4.5 stars rounded to 5!!
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