Sunday, April 22, 2012

Worth Fighting For (Alpine Woods Shifters 4) by Sondrae Bennett

All’s fair in love and war.

As leader of a fox skulk, Cody is used to feeling protective. But when his best friend, Misty, gets attacked, his panic has nothing to do with duty. Suddenly, he’s noticing Misty as a woman instead of the girl he grew up with. But pursuing those feelings would risk their friendship, something he's unwilling to do.

Misty's tried everything, without success, to convince Cody she's not "one of the guys". Yet now that he's looking at her like she always dreamed, he pulls away every time she gets close.

Danger lurks in the background, waiting to pounce. Someone plots against the foxes, leaving them all in jeopardy…especially Misty. Will Cody overcome his fears in time to save the woman he loves?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
Love is worth fighting for…

Since Misty became a young woman, she fell in love with her best friend Cody; but he always saw her as his little sister. But she's had enough… and tries to seduce him, unsuccessfully.

However, the moment she is in danger, Cody starts to see her as a woman; his woman. And slowly discovers he was blinded by their friendship and that he had all along the love he wanted.

I thought that the first book was the best of the series, but I was wrong. In my opinion, this book, the forth book of Alpine Woods Shifters’s series, is the best one.

I laughed when I read the trick Misty tried… to get Cody drunk and then to seduce him. And loved the tension and jokes Ms. Sondrae Bennett knew so well to add to the story. Because she created a strong, deep, and lovely main characters and she knew how to incorporate them into the story. Yet, they are a perfect match to the rest of the characters, giving the story a feeling of reality.

It was easy for me to imagine the whole book, to see it thru the eyes of Cory and Misty. A wonderful and touchable book, it deserves 5 stars.

Publisher: Lyrical Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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