Black as Night by Shelby Morgen

Black as Night by Shelby Morgen
Special Outreach Services (S.O.S) Book 1
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (41 pgs)
Other: M/F, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Feral cats are disappearing all over Chinatown, and Special Agent Tom Katowski, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, has been assigned to investigate the case. Not that feral cats are really his jurisdiction, but the county’s getting way too many calls, and someone’s got to check it out. Who better than an old tom cat?

Officer Evaline O’Donnell thinks the Special Agent’s story is more than a little fishy, so she’s up to doing some investigating of her own. But will that Tom Cat strut get her so distracted she forgets who’s supposed to be wearing the handcuffs?

“I’ve had a lot of practice dealing with cats like you. I’ll never tell you where my stash is.”

The one thing that made me want to start reading is the feral cat part. I love cats and with the main character being a cat shifter, I had to try it!

Black as Night is the first book in the series and is an introduction to the S.O.S! Ms. Morgen has unveiled a shifter world of her own. This book is an opening to the S.O.S series and I expected to learn more about that organization in the story than just the name. The author did give a certain amount of introduction after the story, but I was expecting the ‘Special Outreach Services’ to be mentioned a lot more than it is.

The chemistry and passion between Tom and Evaline steams up this short story but Tom’s inability to be serious, other than in bed, made for a nice tension breaker. Hot and steamy with a side of humor.

The plot was good and while the writing could have been a lot more descriptive it wasn’t a deal breaker. The climax/ending was a very welcome surprise.

Anyone who loves their book boyfriend’s tall, dark and handsome, step right in and pick up this read!

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