Monday, August 27, 2018

Midnight Wolf by Jennifer Ashley ~ Re - Review

The eleventh novel in the New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series, Shifters Unbound.

Angus Murray, bouncer for a New Orleans Shifter bar, is sent to round up an elusive, Collar-less Shifter woman, Tamsin Calloway, who is causing trouble for Shifter Bureau, and possesses information they want. If Angus refuses, he risks losing his cub. He finds Tamsin but she's slippery and not about to be rounded up quietly.

In fact, quiet is nothing Tamsin will ever be. She leads Angus on a wild chase, but he's determined to bring her in to save his son.

Can Tamsin convince Angus she's worth helping before she's locked away by Shifter Bureau, Collared, or perhaps killed?

This book is what started me reading the entire series.  I enjoyed it so much that I started at book 1 and devoured the whole series!  Know I've re-read this one in order!

I did enjoy this one out of order the first time I read it.  It's great paranormal romance.  BUT when you know the world and the characters, the book is that much more enjoyable.

I was so happy this time when the house was there.  Yes, the house is a character.  One I love a lot.  It was also important to know that Tamsin's animal is rare - that plays a big part of the story.  I didn't really get how important the last time I read it.  Ben and Zander were there.  I love those two lots.  Most importantly, Tiger was there.  So love Tiger.  Having known him now for a few books, I was so interested to know where his allegiance were and that was made more clear in this book.  Understanding Dillon and who he is was important too.  He is a key person in this world and the first time I read the book I just thought he was problem to be dealt.  

But the most character to know this time reading it was Lady Aisling.  She joined the story in the last book and not only it important to know who and what she is but it helps to understand the information she gives Tamsin.  I think it will have a big impact on future books.

The bottom line for this re-review is that this book started my devouring of the whole series and that I loved it more after reading the books before it in the series.

All of the books in this Sifters Unbound series can stand alone.  They're just better when read in turn.

Can't wait for more from this series. 


1 comment:

  1. I haven't read this one yet, but I do have it. Glad to see you enjoyed. Thank's for the review.