Lion Her Ass Off by Sarah Marsh

Lion Her Ass Off by Sarah Marsh
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (102 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Just like any other shifter, Julie always imagined meeting her mate and living happily ever after with the charming male of her dreams. Nothing could have prepared her for the shitstorm that was about to become her love life. With her luck though, shouldn’t she have expected it?
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Hector has lived his life knowing that he’d become Alpha of Blue Valley one day. Turns out, acting like you always have it together and living it? Well, those are two very different things. He panicked when he first realized that his sister’s best friend was his mate, now he must rise to the occasion in hopes that he can salvage the rest of his life—but no pressure.

Deacon had no idea what fate had in store for him with a new start in Blue Valley, meeting his mate and her ‘plus one’ wasn’t it. These two are so mixed up in the past it seems almost impossible to make things right and move forward. Good thing he’s a professional.

Julie knew at sixteen who her mate was. Unfortunately for her, he didn’t seem that bothered. Now he’s decided it’s time but there’s just one problem… another shifter by the name of Deacon who is not prepared to waste any time claiming his mate!

This is the second book in Blue Valley Shifters series although I haven’t read book one. I would have like to just so I knew Julie a bit better. Still, there is enough of her quirkiness, sassiness and sheer stubbornness in here to please everyone. Hector’s reasons for behaving the way he did are fair enough but I did love it when Heidi put him in his place and gave him something to think about.

This is a well-written novella with enough world-building to keep me happy. The characters are well-developed. With both steam and wit, I have no hesitation in recommending this book.

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