Monday, February 22, 2016

Cranky Author Review: Indirect Lines by: Dana Marie Bell

Okay so Dana books are always a good read and I love her shifters series... I first discovered it a few years ago before self pubing was huge and read The Wallflower...After that I was hooked.

Since that book I have read all the shifter books she has and some of the Grey court books too. They're all great solid 4-5 star reads if you're looking for a new author to check out this is a good one...( My fav's are Wallflowers and Bear necessities...)  

Any who back to the book, this book tells the story of Heather who has met her mate "Barney" ( And no he doesn't love you and you don't love him and they aren't a happy family **snicker**) or James Barnwell who doesn't want to mate her because he's afraid it will make her a target but at least he finally tells her that instead of waiting like the idiot in the last book did for months. 

But back to this book and it's plot... I loved the way she understood when he told her why he wanted to wait. Then when she gets hurt he rushes to her side and insists that they mate. Heather and Barney are a cute couple and they're very suited to each other in personality and temperament... 

The white shifter plot is thickening but now they at least have an idea what's happening now and Heather was the fox in the riddle the shifters keep giving them. It seems that white shifters tend to come from mixed bloodlines...which is why they've been after them but the plot is still thickening. 

I am eagerly awaiting the next book in this series and give this one an EPE or 5-star read...

1 comment:

  1. Book reading is a hobby that can give you an experience of so many things which you personally have never got a chance to see. Just like the book you are talking about seems a romantic nice story. Though i have not read it so far but i hope it will be as good as you said.