Curvy, scrappy, and slightly self-conscious, Lilah Jorgenson is a raccoon-shifting painter with a white streak in her hair and a longing to find the family she never really had.
As a kit scraping by in back alleys, Lilah had to steal to survive. The only predictable part of her life is her weekend job at the Jamesburg Jail. Oh, and her constant, grinding need to find a mate, a family and a home to call her own.
Thickly-muscled, inked-up former soldier Rex Lee spent five years away, but when family duty calls, he and his little cub come home. Love is distant memory. The only thing Rex has on his mind is keeping his family – his daughter and his father – safe… until a fight lands him in the Jamesburg lockup.
When Lilah sees the giant behind bars, the tattoos around his eyes make her yearn, and burn, hotter than she ever has in her twenty-six years of life. And when Rex catches a glimpse of Lilah’s two-toned eyes and sly grin? No matter how much he fights his instincts, sometimes a bear just can’t say no. No matter how much Lilah tells herself it’s all wrong, she knows deep down… she and Rex? It’s exactly right.
Lilah may have sworn off theft when the Jorgenson family took her in, but she’s got one thing left to steal – Rex’s heart.
THE JAMESBURG SHIFTERS is a USA TODAY best-selling series of standalone novels featuring a unique hero, heroine and satisfying HEA ending. No cliffhangers here! Books can be enjoyed in any order you like – you won’t miss a thing!
When you think you have read about every shifter book imaginable, Lynn Red turns your mind and introduces others in this small shifter town series… I like the creative imagination on that one. And the different breeds of the different shifters can mate with one another. Yes!
Another thing I like about this series is it’s one that you don’t need to read the book in the series in order…
Each book has more witty and humorous characters that reside in the small town.
The only this that is down is the storyline of book each one as you read you know what will happen next (very expectant story)
Overall a good series to read one I can honestly rate as a 3.75.