Alexis Parrish is very single. Sassy and smart, she’s great at her job as a journalist, but it’s never given her the time to find the right man–specifically, a human. So when she gets assigned to interview Max, a lion shifter, about the new dating app he’s created, she can’t believe her intense attraction to him. After all, humans and shifters don’t date.
Max is used to causing trouble. He broke tradition by creating the dating app, Shifter, which humans and shifters alike can use to answer the call of the wild.
When Max challenges Alexis to give him a chance, she can’t say no. A human like her has no business with this handsome alpha lion, but she can’t resist his magnetism. Their chemistry is primal, their connection positively animalistic. After all, once you go shifter, you never go back.
But when a rogue shifter group against interspecies dating targets Alexis, Max will stop at nothing to protect her. It’s more than his pride on the line; it’s his mate.
I received a book from the author for an honest review.
I lurves me some shifters and Lions…Yup don’t think I have read one yet….so this was a definite read for me when the opportunity presented itself.
I loved the unique storyline in the novel. Alpha Lion Max created a dating app…think Tinder meets Match….to help Shifters and humans find love. WELLLLLL, not everyone human and shifter is down with the interspecies mingling that is for sure.
Alexis must write an article for her blog about the app. She goes in wanting to write a paper destroying this app but soon finds herself attracted to the man…shifter…Lion????
The couple have a lot to deal with as far a rogue group of shifters wanting to put a stop to the mingling, his family not approving of him spending time with a human and much more. The story was good and I was engaged throughout the entire book. There were parts that seemed a little bit choppy and didn’t flow very well but it didn’t take away from my overall enjoyment of the book. I am excited to jump into book 2 and will as soon as I aa finished with the review.
I will say I enjoyed the ending of the book nd playing on the “shifter app” that we read about in the book…super cute and fun idea J