- Carrie Pulkinen
- Release Date
- April 2020
- Book 2 of New Orleans Nocturnes
Paranormal Romance, Romantic Comedy, Vamps & Shifters Romance
She wants to bang a werewolf, not become one.
Sophie Burroughs is determined to be a witch. Her grandmother was a witch. All the other supes say she smells like a witch, but she can't cast a spell to save her life.
Sprouting fur is so not on her to-do list.
But when a smokin' hot werewolf bites her and then accuses her of crimes against his pack, she has until the next full moon to prove him wrong and stop his magic from transforming her into a wolf.
A romp in the sack would be a nice bonus, too.
Trace Thibodeaux didn't mean to bite Sophie. The red wolves have been cursed, she's the prime suspect, and if he wants to keep his rank in the pack, he has to end her magic by any means necessary.
But that doesn't include sheathing his sword in a witch's scabbard.
He's gotten into bed with the enemy before, and that's a mistake he'll never make again.
Or will he?
If you like funny heroines and smoldering shifters, you'll love this steamy paranormal romantic comedy.
Mar 23, 2021 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
2 people found the following review helpful
SHIFT HAPPENS is the second book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series and features Jane's best friend, Sophie, and Trace, a werewolf.
Following on in the same lighthearted rom-com theme, we find out that Trace is a red wolf shifter and is searching for the witch that has cursed his pack. All the registered witches have denied it so that only leaves unregistered ones. Sophie is top of the list. Her grandmother was a witch and Sophie wants to be one.
I enjoyed this book more than the first. Whether that is because I have got used to the writing style or whether I liked these characters more, I'm not quite sure. Either way, this was a fun read that made me smile.
I would have liked to have known more about Trace and his past. For being a First Lieutenant, he's treated like a newbie. Just what did happen with the nymph that makes all his prior history disappear and that one mistake hang over him like a neon lightbulb?
Fast-paced and amusing, this book can be read as a standalone although it does feature characters and relationships from book one. All in all, this was a really good read that I have no hesitation in recommending.
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