Review: Midnight Wolf (Shifters Unbound #11) by Jennifer Ashley

Midnight Wolf Book Cover Midnight Wolf
Shifters Unbound #11
Jennifer Ashley
Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy
Berkley Books
April 24th 2018
Paperback
336
Library/Won

 

Primal desire sets the New York Times bestselling Shifters Unbound series ablaze as two fierce Shifters discover how enticing love can be with the thrill of the chase...

You can't outrun a hunter like Angus Murray...

The last thing black wolf Shifter Angus Murray wants is to go chasing down some fugitive Shifter woman for Shifter Bureau. But when a Bureau agent threatens Angus's son, Angus will do anything it takes to track down the elusive Shifter and protect his cub.

...You outfox him...

For twenty years Tasmin Calloway has been on the run, relying on her street smarts and easy charm to sweet-talk her way out of trouble. She knows she should put as much distance as possible between herself and the hot-bodied Angus. But she also longs to let down her guard, to experience a true connection with another person. Yet, with tenuous trust comes a companionship she never expected. And as the fragile link between them turns to something more, Tamsin will have to break all her own rules and believe Angus will keep her secrets--and her heart--safe.

 

Midnight Wolf is book eleven in the Shifters Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley.

Ashley never fails to deliver. I had a delightful time with Midnight Wolf. 

The Gist is that Angus has been ordered – forced by the shifter bureau to hunt down a female shifter. The bureau stole his cub, to force his hand. Not cool, but the shifter bureau isn’t nice. 

Angus and Tamsin are night and day. He’s grumpy and growly with a kind heart. She’s full of life and energy. He plans and she jumps right in. They were perfect and charming together. I enjoyed watching them battle and then fall into the romance. We also learn some fun things about Tamsin. She’s not like any of the previous shifters introduced and I love that Ashley has added this new element. 

I always adore when we get cubs in the story. Ashley writes the best cubs! They are just so adorable, fun, and precious. I cherished seeing Angus and Tamsin with Angus’s cub. It warmed my heart. 

I also loved that we are in New Orleans so, we get to see and visit the sentient house. If you’ve been reading the series, we first meet the house in Wild Things and it pops back up again in Red Wolf. I love this house.

Then their are all the characters. I just love seeing previous characters pop back up and getting new characters to fall in love with. 

As always the action is exhilarating. We get to visit a traveling carnival, have some edge of your seat moments, and get some interesting revelations. It’s an fun ride.

Midnight Wolf is a fabulous edition to the Shifters Unbound series. It’s a good time and I can’t wait to see what’s next. 

Rated: 4 Stars

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Challenges (2019):

 

Won an ARC Copy

Won Paperback Copy

Didn’t want to damage my gift won, so got from the library.


 
 

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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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6 comments on “Review: Midnight Wolf (Shifters Unbound #11) by Jennifer Ashley

  1. Ah this is a series I want to read sometime as I enjoy Jennifer Ashley. I’m glad to see it is enjoyable so many books into the series.
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  2. Fabulous review Angela!! Shared on my socials!💖😉👍💋

    Have a fabulous weekend!💋💖

  3. I loved this story, but for the life of me I can’t remember what the special thing about Tamsin is! That sentient house was hilarious and I loved how it reacted to Tamsin when Angus was doing what he could to keep her contained there. I love this series and am so excited for the next installment. It feels like it’s been forever!
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    • I can’t wait for the next too. I know it feels like forever. The house is so much fun. I really love seeing it. Thank’s for stopping in.