Exiled werewolf, Tyee Grayson, is beginning a fresh life for himself as he develops his new pack. He unexpectedly comes across his mate while waiting to meet some friends out at the local bar.
Jessica Brierly sets out to have a one-night stand with the hot guy she meets at the local bar. The night leaves her pregnant and opens her eyes to a world of vampires and werewolves she did not know existed.
When I began to read this book, I had no idea it was part of a series. Once I started reading it; I had a feeling, there was more to the story and that there were prior books I am going to want to read because there are aspects of the story that seem intriguing. I later did an Internet search and discovered that One Night with the Shifter is book four in the Sons of Midnight Series and book 178 in the Harlequin Nocturne Series.
That being said, Theresa Meyers did a great job recapping the previous books because I had no problem following the story. Although I do have to admit that typically I have a tendency to enjoy books more the farther I read into a series because I become additionally invested in the characters as I discover more about them. So I wonder if I would have even more enjoyed the book had
I read them in order. Additionally, I really like TyeeÃ¢??s character, and I am curious what I would have thought about him in the prior books from someone elseÃ¢??s viewpoint. Guess IÃ¢??ll have to read the previous books to find out.
I really liked the story, there are definitely unique aspects to it. I like JessicaÃ¢??s alpha female personality, and that she wouldnÃ¢??t let her older brothers intimidate her. In addition, I appreciate that the vampires in this series have different characteristics then your typical vampires.
People that enjoy vampire and werewolf paranormal books would most likely like One Night With the Shifter. It has an interesting plot with likeable characters and is well written.
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by Diane Lynch