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paranormal review
susan bliler

Wow, just WOW!!

Don't read this on lunch in a classroom with children during naptime! I laughed so hard I snorted! I absolutely loved this story and felt like I knew the characters personally. The emotions just reached out and grabbed me and didn't let up till the end. Siren and Pecker are great together but I was pretty pissed at the treatment of Alex. Recker is awesome with his own past that her struggles with.

A truly great read and another one out of the park by Susan Bliler.

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Recker Rhodes is given a mission he doesn’t want, assigned to some guy he doesn’t want to shadow, Recker’s world is rocked when it turns out the guy, Alex, is actually an Alexandra.

Alexandra “Alex” Hayworth needs a new life. After the death of her mother, she’s suffering from debilitating loneliness. She’s given up on finding a man or any hope for children, so working with the Skin Walkers is her last shot at happiness. She’ll do whatever it takes to ensure she gets passed the initial vetting, even if it means opening up to big burly Recker Rhodes.

Two reluctant hearts collide in the newest installment in the Skin Walkers series.

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From her website:

My pack territory is in Central Montana. It lies between StoneCrow Estates and the North Fortress. Born and raised in an untamed location that bridges the gap between rolling prairies and majestic mountain peaks, I am born to a family that also bridges the gap between cultures. My father's people boast a fiercely proud Scandinavian ancestry while my mother's tribes descend from two savagely beautiful and unique nations that inspire my Skin Walkers series.

I'm a huge fan of MMA, boxing, hockey, 30 Seconds to Mars, DMX, 21 Pilots, and the Killers. I also love to read because it encourages me to write. ( I always hate it when authors add that they love coffee and chocolate. Really? Who doesn't love coffee and chocolate?) Anyway, I love beer...kidding. I don't love beer, but we are engaged in a very serious relationship. (Mom, please don't call me when you read this.)

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