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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wild Homecoming by Liza Street ❤️ Review, Spotlight & EXCLUSIVE Giveaway ❤️ (Mountain Lion Shifter Romance)



He couldn’t care less about his territory—what he wants is her.

Summer Grieb is thrilled to be single. Her butthole ex stole her credit info and the resulting legal battles have pretty much thrown her off guys forever. She gets along just fine with her online friend, Jackson, with whom she exchanges messages nearly every day. He’s safe because he’s always on the road and they’ll likely never meet in person.

Mountain lion shifter Jackson Jaynes is willing to risk everything, even his relationship with his siblings, to return to the Dark Pines territory and meet the woman who sends him those funny, flirty messages. But when his return sparks a new wave of violence, he’ll have to decide whether to fight it out, or leave home again, in order to keep Summer safe.

Content Warning: This shifter romance stands alone and has an HEA. It contains liberal usage of naughty language and sexytimes. It is intended for adults.



A perfectly-sized story full of hope, love and mystery!

Jackson suffered a tragedy in his past which gave him a little bit of an "I'm not worthy" complex. I enjoyed reading how he worked through that, and I thought it was endearing.

That is, until he met Summer. I loved reading how just her being her quirky self gave Jackson a reason to want to be a better man. Er, mountain lion. Shifter.

And THEN, Liza throws in some very suspicious happenings, and Jackson doesn't hesitate to stand up and be the protector he never knew he was.

I am VERY interested to read Jackson's older brother, Will's book. He REALLY seems like that dark, brooding no-nonsense type...my favorite!

I'm so excited for more of these books!

(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)




He’d never seen a more beautiful woman in his entire life.
He started forward, his steps hurried, until he remembered the message he’d sent her. It was up to Summer whether she said hello or not. Stifling his frustration and the urges of the lion inside of him, he turned and made his way to the bar. She’d seen him, and she’d come say hello.
She had to.
Jackson had stopped praying when his parents were killed. He still believed in a higher power, but he hadn’t had any desire to talk to that power. But in this moment, the bar filled with raucous laughter, classic rock blaring from speakers set near a tiny stage at the back, the thudding of billiard balls falling into pockets at one of the pool tables to his left…in this moment, his life could change forever. It could go from something tolerable and generally okay to something mind-blowingly amazing. And it all depended on whether Summer wanted to meet him.
He found an empty seat at the bar and sat down. After catching the bartender’s eye, he said, “A pint of whatever session IPA you’ve got.”
“Sure thing.”
He watched the bartender pull down the tap and fill a glass. It was hard to pretend that he was focused on that, and not on whatever Summer might or might not be doing across the room, behind his back.
The bartender pushed the glass across the bar. “That’s five.”
Jackson handed him a ten. “Keep the change.”
A huge tip, but he’d take whatever karma he could get at this point.
He smelled her before she spoke. A smoky mint scent that pulled at his awareness. As long as he lived, he’d never be able to forget it. Should he turn around now, or wait for her to say something? His heart thudded loudly in his chest. It could have sounded like he was afraid, but it wasn’t fear—it was anticipation. He forced himself to hold still.
“Um, Jackson?”
He turned around, already smiling. “Summer?”
“Yeah, it’s me.” She wore a dark blue tank top with tiny flowers embroidered into the fabric, and those skinny jeans that showed off women’s legs. Her dark brown eyes were wide and unsure. She gripped her margarita like a talisman. Jackson breathed in and smelled the sharp undertones of fear beneath her minty, smoky scent. She was afraid, and it immediately sobered his excitement.
“I’m really glad to meet you,” he said, holding out his hand.
She reached forward and shook, her grip strong despite her obvious anxiety. “I’m sitting back over there with my friend,” she said, gesturing with her chin.
Jackson was struck with the thought that probably every single thing she did was adorable. Every gesture from jerking her chin to the side, to scrunching her nose up when she was unsure, to raising her eyebrows in question.
“Great,” he said. “Do you mind if I join you both, or…do you want me to get lost?”
“Oh. Um, come on over.”
He followed close behind her, not willing to give up the sight or the scent of her. From his peripheral vision, he could see that her friend was giving him a once-over. What had happened to Summer? Her friend seemed more protective than he would normally expect, and Summer herself was obviously a bit jumpy and slow to trust. He waited for Summer to sit down, and then he pulled over a free chair and sat—not too close to her, but close enough to show he was interested.
This was going to be a difficult balancing act, but Summer was worth the effort, no question.





Liza got her start in romance by sneak-reading her grandma’s paperbacks. Years later, she tried her own hand as a ghostwriter of romance. It wasn’t long before she started developing her own series. Now she divides her time between freelance editing, ghostwriting, and mountain lion shifters with fierce and savage hearts.

     


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“I just read through The Rose King and LOVED it! Totally recommend it!” –Keira Blackwood, author of The Sawtooth Peaks Series

He will have to fight for the woman he loved and lost.


Rex has known since he was a teenager that his neighbor, Gemma, is the one for him. But as a wolf shifter, he’s been told that his life is too violent to bind himself to a fragile human. For the past eight years, he’s been fighting in cage matches and trying to forget the woman who holds his heart.

Now that Gemma has found her long-lost best friend, she can’t believe he’s the Rose King, a violent fighter. When cruel men want to control Rex, Gemma must confront the reason he left her, all those years ago. If she knows the truth about him, can their love endure?

Content Warning: This shapeshifter novella stands alone and has a happily-ever-after. It contains liberal usage of naughty language and sexytimes and is intended for adults.

It is 18,500 words, approximately 80 pages.

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After Jude Fournier broke her heart six years ago, it took Ava Stricket a long time to get on with her life. Now she’s back to help out her newly-widowed mother, and Jude’s presence is just as distracting as ever. Her overprotective brothers and uncle don’t need to worry, though—Ava’s had a lot of time to harden her heart to Jude’s charms, not only to protect herself, but her daughter as well.

But Jude isn’t going to give up so easily. Despite the hostility from her family and a new imbalance in his pride, he slowly works to win Ava back. His mountain lion chose Ava as his mate years ago, and he’ll do whatever it takes to prove to Ava that he loves her and wants her back in his life—and this time, he’ll never let her go.

Content warning: This sexy shapeshifter novelette includes a happily-ever-after as well as explicit love scenes and naughty language. It is intended for adults.

19,000 words, 75 pages.

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