Forever Feral by Laura M. Baird

Forever Feral by Laura M. Baird
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Paranormal
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

When invited to spend Christmas in Arizona with their friends they now consider family, Irena and Roberto don’t hesitate. The Arctic fox shifter and mountain lion shifter are right at home among the others—hawk shifters Mason and Brennon, wolf shifter Max, and their mates, Charity, Mikki, and Caterina. Not to mention the precocious and delightful Leah, Charity’s niece.

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Irena and Roberto were blissfully happy together – even moreso when a number of their friends and family can come together over the Christmas break to celebrate the holiday together. With so many of them mated and settled they can enjoy the pace and happiness this special time brings them.

I picked up this short story having not read any of the previous books in this series. While the family-Christmas holiday aspect of the story stands well alone, there are a half-dozen main characters all paired up from the previous stories and the first few pages felt like a glut of info-dumping where they were all introduced in a rush. Once this had passed I felt the story really evened out into a paranormal holiday story filled with interesting characters and a lot of friendship and love.

Readers looking to catch up on how a number of the previous characters all spent Christmas together should find this an excellent and brief catch-up on how everyone is progressing. The short story is fine as a paranormal shifter family-style Christmas tale but I feel it only really shines when readers already know and are attached to the characters.

Filled with warmth and family-of-choice love this Christmassy short story is a quick and solid read.

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