Bite Me by Shelly Laurenston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Livy Kowalski is a honey badger shifter that comes from a family of felons. Vic Barinov is a bear-tiger shifter hybrid whose parents help put many of Liz’s family behind bars. The unlikely couple work together to bring the man who killed Livy’s father to justice – the shifter way.
I love Shelly Laurenston. Every time I read her work, I laugh so hard I cry. Seriously, how does she come up with this stuff? Maybe it’s because I’m an animal lover, but I adore all the quirks the different shape shifters have and how they related to the actual animal groups.
One evening I was reading the scene where Livy was jousting. I was laughing so hard I was afraid I was going to wake my family up.
Vic is one of the few people that gets Livy, especially her humor, which I love. Livy like other honey badgers is just mean. The two together are great, complementing each other well.
I love that Laurenston continues to use characters from the previous books, and I enjoy all their goofy conversations. I don’t think I will ever get enough of Dee-Ann Smith’s wolf and Cella Malone’s tiger antics. Plus, the books would not be the same without Blayne, she just so, well, Blayne. Then there are the male lions and their hair. The list goes on.
I’m so glad I discovered Shelly Laurenston years ago. She is one of those authors whose books I reread. If you have never read her work, you have got to do so. Especially if you enjoy laughing.
Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Paperback, 384 pages
Expected publication: March 25th 2014 by Brava
original title: Bite Me
ISBN 0758265247 (ISBN13: 9780758265241)
edition language: English
series: Pride #9
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