Unfortunately, this set is no longer available to get on Amazon. Sorry guys. I have tried to see if it was on B&N and Kobo but have had no luck. If you know of a store that carries it I would love to know.
You can find it on Goodreads though, not that that is any help: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23456673-shifters-after-dark
Of Wings and Wolves by S.M. Reine
Synopsis: When 20-year-old Summer Gresham, a coed with a secret shapeshifting ability, is singled out for a prestigious internship, she’s stunned to discover Nash Adamson emphatically requested her. A rebel angel in exile, Nash has more than a few secrets of his own. With an angel war in the making and Summer at its crux, Nash has to choose what matters most: their love, or his freedom.
This book was pretty slow for my tastes. And the storyline was kinda hard to follow, like it wasn’t very cohesive if that makes sense. The love portion was decent and the writing was technically sound, but things happened a bit too fast for me and I didn’t connect with the characters on a deep level that I usually do. I don’t think I will be reading the next one.
Seven Years by Dannika Dark
Synopsis: Lexi Knight hasn’t seen Austin Cole since her brother’s funeral seven years ago. Now a dangerous bounty hunter, Austin reveals he’s also an alpha Shifter. But there’s another shocking twist, putting Lexi’s family in danger. Can their relationship be salvaged from the ruins of their past? Book One in a bestselling series about family, second chances, and finding that person who completes you.
I liked this one a lot. It had struggle both internally and externally. Lots of action that I love with shifter stories. And the steamy scenes were very well written. The only think I will say that didn’t blow me away was the fact everyone wanted her. It was like some super scent that permeated off her in waves that drove everyone wild with lust. It didn’t sit well with me for some reason. I would read the next one.
Hood’s Obsession by Marie Hall
Synopsis: Lilith Wolf, daughter of the Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood, is in heat–and being handfasted to the first male in her village to tame her wolf isn’t an option. So when Giles Damien comes calling, she journeys off with him to Fyre Mountain, crossing paths with an angry water dragon, a pub full of Merry Men, and rock dwarves with a taste for flesh … and maybe falling in love. These are the fairy tales no one ever told you about…
I am a huge fan of Marie Hall and have read most of these books already so I immediately liked this one as well. I fell hard for Giles as soon as he appeared in this book. Their conversations had a wide range of simple and easy going to intense and heartfelt. I need to catch up on this series.
Bloodsick by Melissa F. Olson (box set exclusive)
Synopsis: Sashi’s mother warned her not to get involved with werewolf problems. But Sashi, a witch who uses her magic to help cancer patients, has never made a habit of ignoring pain. When she meets an abused shapeshifter, Sashi will risk everything–including her fledgling relationship–to save a woman who can’t save herself. An Old World novella from the author ofDead Spots, Trail of Dead, and Hunter’s Trail.
I think this one is a prequel that was written after the fact. This one had me a little twitchy. I usually don’t have any triggers when I read but this book is very violent. Extremely violent I would say. I may have got a little nauseous reading it. She is very descriptive in her details. The plot is very intense and a bit complicated. It has so much going on in it and I had to take my time reading it because I didn’t want to overwhelm myself with all the storylines going on. But it has lots of paranormals in it. Witches, werewolves and vampires to name a few. I like when a book focuses on more than one species. Like paranormal diversity. J I am def going to read the next one because I liked it.
The Dark of Twilight by Kate Danley (box set exclusive)
Synopsis: Ever since she was a child working in his kitchen, Aein always longed to join Lord Arnkell’s army. When that day comes and she is sent on patrol with fellow warrior, Lars, it seems her dream has come true. But something has followed her home. When Arnkell’s wedding is interrupted by a werewolf attack, the dream shifts into a nightmare… Book One in the brand-new epic fantasy series Twilight Shifters.
This book took a bit for me to get into. It had a steady pace and I got a little impatient reading it honestly. The story is very original though and that’s what kept me from giving up. It had political intrigue and action along with a bit of romance. All great things for a well-rounded book in my opinion. I want to say I will read more of this series but I have so many that I may have to put this one aside for a but and come back to it later.
Heartsong by Kate Danley (box set exclusive)
Synopsis: By night, as a Gabriel Hound, the fae Brinn runs with The Wild Hunt.
This book wasn’t bad but it didn’t hold my attention for very long at a time. The story was good but it moved a bit slow for me. The details were many and sometimes over abundant for my tastes. I liked how they were able to share so much of themselves with each other without letting jealousy or vanity get in the way. And there personalities were more serious than I usually read so that may have made me loose interest as well. I don’t think I will be reading the next one in this series.