A Shifter's Worst Nightmare by Marcy Jacks

ashiftersworstnightmareTitle: A Shifter’s Worst Nightmare
Series: Mating with Wolves, # 1
Author: Marcy Jacks
Genre: Paranormal / Shifters
Length: Novella (101 pages)
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (May 23rd 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3 ½ Hearts
Blurb: Jake Taylor was just looking for some fun at the gay bar outside of his tiny ass town. He never expected to see a man who made the world shift beneath his feet.

Morgan Anson is young and good-looking, and just Jake’s type. It’s weird that he feels an immediate jealousy of everyone Morgan dances with. He needs to get the man home, right now, and make him his. Jake just never expected to wake up the following morning next to a wolf.

Morgan didn’t mean to shift. It was an accident, but he was so comfortable and happy next to his mate, that it just sort of happened while he slept.

They can’t stay away from each other for long, however, though Jake knows he should, and even though Morgan is considered a curse on his pack, Jake will have to prove himself to the Alpha if he plans on taking Morgan out of his abusive pack forever.

ISBN: 978-1-63259-406-8

Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/a-shifters-worst-nightmare

Reviewer: Leigh

Review: Marcy Jacks has found her niche in writing and she sticks to it with this new series so far.

Morgan is an Omega and because of his mismatched eyes, he is seen as a curse on his pack. He gets blamed for anything and everything that goes wrong. But, because he is the Alpha’s nephew, they don’t simply kill him or throw him away.

Jake is a local ranch owner, and human. He knows nothing about the paranormal world. But he learns fast when he realizes Morgan is a wolf and his mate. I have to give the man props for not being afraid to stand up for Morgan, even against Alpha wolves. He may not be a wolf, but he sure acts like an Alpha.

I liked these two together. They are really cute and sweet at times. The sex is hot as I expect from this author. But still it was over all missing a little something. I am not really sure what. It was well written, so that was not the issue. Just something wasn’t there fully for me.

Either way it was just enough to prick my interest. I look forward to reading the more to come. Plus there was a little surprise at the end that I want to see more about.

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