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Make Him Howl by Zoe Ashwood
Series: Shift #3
Published by Self-Published on April 4, 2019
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Gabriel is living in a nightmare. His sloppy mistake allowed rogue shifters to kidnap Parker, his best friend and partner. Unwilling to rest and plagued with memories of his twin brother who’d died in his arms, he pushes himself to the limits of endurance in his hunt to retrieve Parker.
Until the day she saves herself.
Parker thought that being secretly in love with her partner was the low point of her career. She was wrong. Forced to compete in shapeshifter cage fights, she commits an unspeakable act she can never undo. With her mind and body too bruised to resume her former job, she’s fighting to keep sane. Keeping away from overprotective Gabriel is even harder.
But their enemies are closing in, hurting shifters and humans alike. With so much to lose, their only solution will be to fight together, even if this brings up truths they’re not ready to face.
The paranormal romances in the Shift series, are fairly tightly connected so you will do better to read them in order to better understand the world, and know the characters. At the end of Truth or Bear, Parker has been kidnapped, definitely in trouble. Make Him Howl starts right there as the teams hunt for her.
The underlying plot is similar to the last book. Female is kidnapped and they need to find her. But Parker and Gabriel are different than Nik and Claire. Parker and Gabriel have been partners on their team for years. Now they have to deal with Parker’s trauma from her time in captivity and the fact she has been in love with Gabriel. Gabriel has some family issues and has to realize what he wants with Parker.
The politics are continuing to explode but the focus here is mostly on the couple and their relationship. The battle aspects are solved almost too easily. I do really enjoy reading these. There are some great modern relationship issues and political issues involved.
This series, so far is in Kindle Unlimited. There’s sure to be more since the political battle is still bringing changes and there are more shifters who need mates.
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