Review: Wild Things (Shifters Unbound #7.75) by Jennifer Ashley

Wild Things Book Cover Wild Things
Shifters Unbound #7.75
Jennifer Ashley
Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy - Shapeshifters
JA / AG Publishing
March 22nd 2016


Wolf Shifter Mason McNaughton is tired of the crazy feral living in his house, endangering him, his brothers, and his sweet auntie Cora. Ferals are Shifters who’ve reverted to the wild stage, forgetting all about the joys of pizza and satellite TV. Not to mention, Mason is sick of waking up to the feral’s rampages in the bedroom next to his. The feral has been given sanctuary, so Mason can’t throw him out—the only thing to do is to find a way to cure him. 

The problem is, Shifter healers—elusive, Goddess-touched Shifters who have the healing gift—are few and far between. Mason volunteers to go in search of one, and is sent to a psychic in New Orleans who might have an idea of where to start looking. 

Mason doesn’t believe in psychics, but Jasmine, the psychic in question, seems to at least put on a good show. Jasmine believes in Shifters all right, but she vowed after her Shifter boyfriend dumped her to never have anything to do with them again. 

The easiest way to get rid of the growly Lupine, Mason, is to help him, but Jasmine never dreams what that help will drag her into. 

A short novel of the Shifters Unbound series.



~ 3.5 Wild Stars ~

Wild Things is a novella in the Shifters Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley.

I do enjoy the novellas in this series. They are fun, cute, sweet, quick and enjoyable. The author does a great job outlining the world and how things work, that you don’t feel like you are missing much. I also like the glimpses of previous couples and the hints of who could be next to get a romance in the series.

As for Mason and Jasmine, they where ok. Their romance in and of itself is quick. These two must work together to find a rare shifter healer. Even if you skip this novella you will still get to meet the shifter healer in White Tiger and the shifter healer will also have his own story in book #9 Guardian’s Mate.

I do have to say I loved Jasmine’s haunted house. The house rocked. Kinda wish we had more of this house.

This series has good world building, the mythology of shifters is unique, and the characters are adorable. If you have not tried this series yet, you should. It’s got a verity of shifters for everyone to fall in love with plus each book brings something new to the table. I can’t wait for more.

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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anna@herding cats & burning soup

I need to pick up more of her novellas. I think I’ve only read one of them so far. So bad of me. Glad to see you enjoyed this one 🙂

Braine Talk Supe

I only read book 1 and didn’t get into it. Too much sex and not enough plot for my taste. Now I’m wondering if the succeeding books are different…

Melanie Simmons @mlsimmons

I need to get back to this series. I do really enjoy it. I think book 5 is next on my list. I’ve been listening to the novellas too.