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Shattered Secrets This edition is no longer available Jamie is human and he s a wolf Werewolves aren t just some supernatural fairytale They are a living breathing part of society Once they hid their true natures but

  • Title: Shattered Secrets
  • Author: R.J. Scott DianeAdams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This edition is no longer available.Jamie is human and he s a wolf Werewolves aren t just some supernatural fairytale They are a living breathing part of society Once they hid their true natures, but now they are out and proud Wolves are an accepted part of society, but even with all the new laws, it s not easy.Race relations made society complicated enough, then cameThis edition is no longer available.Jamie is human and he s a wolf Werewolves aren t just some supernatural fairytale They are a living breathing part of society Once they hid their true natures, but now they are out and proud Wolves are an accepted part of society, but even with all the new laws, it s not easy.Race relations made society complicated enough, then came the gay rights movement adding a whole new dimension to the struggle for acceptance Add a new species to the list and you have a whole different worldRob is a cop and has just passed his thirtieth birthday, being promoted to a special police task force specializing in wolf human cases He sees it all The seedy underbelly of city life, the fights, the murders, and the parts of human wolf interaction that people would rather ignore He meets a young man, Jamie, at a club and embarks on the hottest one night stand of his life Little does he know that his lover is a shifter He has no worries with wolves, but interspecies relationships are not on his to do list.When a case involving kidnappings of young werewolves lands on Rob s desk the ugly face of the werewolf sex trade is something he has to deal with With Jamie seemingly at the centre of it all can Rob push past his prejudices and keep his lover alive

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    1. This is my new favorite Shifter BookOnce I started reading I couldn't read it fast enough. The writing/characters/story drew me in right away. I was so into the book before I knew it I was finished, I was sad it was over because I wanted more of these guys and their world (luckily the sequel is currently being written).I loved the shifter world. This is the first book I have read like this. I liked how unique the characters and setting was, shifters might be a common theme in this genre but this [...]

    2. I really liked this book. I felt like it was a bit different from other shifter stories what with the different society and the human and shifters openly co-existing together, the hatred some people had for the wolves and the 'imprinting' instead of just mating. It was unique in it's own way.At first, I didn't like Rob but he still appealed to me a little. I felt he was unreasonably hostile towards finding out Jamie was a wolf. I hated him but I still liked him. Jamie was just adorable, a bit na [...]

    3. As you may or may not know, I have more than a few pet peeves when it comes to writing. One of the big ones is when authors don't pay the fuck attention to what they're writing. Even worse is when they're not paying attention and then don't catch some glaring continuity errors in a simple read-through. No editors catch this shit, either, apparently. Because, let me tell you, these characters? I have no clue how old they are. The authors tell us how old the characters are, several times, but I st [...]

    4. This is the first collaboration of Diane Adams and R.J. Scott, and they take a shifter theme. For me, some part work, some don't. What works I like how Diane and R.J. try to infuse something new to the shifter myth. It can be very repetitive, you see. But they give the idea of adulthood, breaking, and imprint, which are not common (I think). Though I have to be honest, that I don't get the imprint thing very much :). Jamie is pretty adorable. The ending where he uses his puppy/wolfy eyes to get [...]

    5. This is completely different from any of the others Werewolf stories I have read. The plot was also new for me, quite unique indeed.If you are looking for action, a little bit of angst, one adorable - cute wolf, a hot Human alpha.is is the right book for you.I can't wait for the sequels!!!

    6. I couldn't put it down. I haven't read many of those lately.What I liked:1. No Insta-Love! Sure there was the imprinting thing, but it wasn't just sniff and fall in love like in so many other shifter stories. Plus, the imprinting came with its own interesting issues/traits.2. I liked how Rob dealt with the imprinting, and the revelation of shifter secrets. He was a good human-cop character.3. I enjoyed Jamie's versatility-- a wolf that can be both submissive and dominant, and while still wolf-yo [...]

    7. This was a pleasant pastime story, but nothing more than that. It's a shame because the first scene was more than promising and the potential was there, but I felt that everything that could make this story exceptional was underplayed or simply missing. What worked for me was the difference in how humans and wolves matured and how some wolves could be considered adult at very young age, while the others were considered immature even in their twenties. I liked Jamie and how his wolf didn't follow [...]

    8. I really liked this one. It was a lovely change to read a shifter book based on story detail rather than sniff out mate and have lots of sex immediately.Putting the review in a spoiler just in case (view spoiler)[ I really liked how this was different from the run of the mill shifter fics. We learn about first time shifting and the dangers of early and late shifting. I liked the similarities between their first change and our puberty. I liked there was a story line that was well thought out and [...]

    9. I expected the writing to be worse than it was, so yay to the writing!The storyline was a somewhat different approach to the whole shifter/mate/imprinting theme and I liked it.Wolves are out and humans all know about them. Jamie is a young wolf and ‘forgot’ to tell his one night stand about the fact he is a wolf. When Rob (a human cop) finds out about it, he is angry and tells Jamie to go. But they cannot seem to stay away from each other. And when Jamie also accidentally gets involved in th [...]

    10. 4.5 stars. Very good m/m paranormal romantic suspense about a wolf shifter who hooks up with a cop who doesn't realize he's hooking up with a shifter and isn't pleased when he does realize. But a shifter-related case throws them together again and things get complicated.So when's the next book coming out? :)

    11. This was a writing tandem I couldn't pass over. Both are talented and are able to weave stories that can capture readers. Add in this book's paranormal aspects (and somewhat of an alternative world feel) and you have yourself a sure reader in me.I definitely liked this one. I did catch some errors and weaknesses, of course, but I'll get to that later. I think what fascinated me the most here is the presentation of a darker aspect of the paranormal society. The integration of humans and shifters, [...]

    12. I read this story in close to one sitting. This the first of a shifter series (not sure how many are planned) and sets up the "rules" of this shifter world. This is a little bit different than most other shifter worlds I've read about. There are new "secrets" of how this particular world works. I'm already a big fan of both Diane and RJ, so I knew I wouldn't be disappointed. My only complaint is it's too short -I want more of these guys!Jamie is a young gay wolf shifter who is drawn to Rob, a hu [...]

    13. This is a very cute AND quite "modern" shifters story. The shifting phenomenon here is great! There are some clever/interesting new concepts like breaking or the myth about scents and smells. The lifestyle is also kind of modern and does not revolve around pack meetings and hunting during the full moon. The shifters can be seen living a normal life, using social networking websites to connect, chat, discuss teenage shifters issues; they don't have exactly the same problems as human teenagers/you [...]

    14. I really liked this variation on the shifter world - the fact the humans know about the wolves and even work with them but there still seems to be a fine line between associating with them. I also liked the distinction made between adult and child in the wolf world, was an interesting twist. Rob was a hard character to get to know at first but I warmed up to him. I feel instantly for Jamie thought, even as he fluctuated from strong to needy to strong and back again beautifully, and I loved the s [...]

    15. 4 Stars ~ Great Start to a fun Series❥❥**´¨)¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨)(¸.•´ (¸.•`*Review Copy provided by Author in exchange for an honest review.Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club

    16. This story is the first of a three book series by two great authors. We get another spin on the werewolf so beware for something very different. Rob goes into a non-wolf dance club looking to pick up a one night stand. Wolves are an open part of society and Rob is a cop assigned to human/wolf relations. Rob picks up a hot, younger, Jamie but has no clue that Jamie is a wolf. Wolves in their first year of changing are easily mastered and Ron unintentionally imprints on Jamie. This story was a rom [...]

    17. This book is a typical example of she bites off more than she can chew. Maybe if the book was longer it would've been better developed. I had problems with the case, and with the characters too. Jamie came off as an alpha wolf in the first scene, then he became a submissive fluffy. But he was at least a cutie. Rob on the other hand was really unsympathetic and quite an ass**** with a sudden attitude change which came out of left field without any real reason (was it because of the bond?). Also, [...]

    18. I really enjoyed this different take on shifters. They can come into their change (first time of shifting) at pretty much any time up until they hit 20 or so, and when it occurs plays a big role in how their wolves are. They are extremely vulnerable in the first year of this shifting, which is a small piece of the bigger picture and mystery of this story. Jamie is a real sweetheart. Rob was a bit of a prick, but his reasons are quickly explained. I was a little disappointed at how quickly he cha [...]

    19. I really enjoyed reading this.I liked how the world was set up and the characters portrayed and after Rob got over his issues he and Jamie made a great couple. The idea of how the wolves mature at different paces and how in the first year they are woulnerable and can be broken was an interesting twist on your average wolf shifter book.However the mystery of the missing wolves didn't quite manage to pull me in all the way and the whole thing seemed a bit unfinished. Maybe the issue will be revisi [...]

    20. This was a very enjoyable read. I liked the slow draw of the imprinting instead of the insta-love. I liked how the dominance swapped back and forth between Jamie and Ron.I really enjoyed the unique paranormal qualities for the shifters in this world. The changes in society that affected the shifters with disintegrating packs and break down of crucial social structures and connections. It paints a rare vulnerable face for shifters with problems from the outside ‘lupophobes’ and the internal s [...]

    21. 3.5 Stars rounded upI had very high hopes for this story, but was left feeling like the relationship between Jamie and Rob was too rushed and a little too easy after their tough start. Rob also too easily accepted the imprinting after he so vehemently was against human/shifter relationships. No matter what he says about acceptance and finding shifters to be equals, he came across as very prejudiced against wolves, at least to me.The entire premise of the story was very interesting and I loved th [...]

    22. I really enjoyed this book, which I expected, since I am a fan of RJ Scott's writing. Therefore, I shouldn't have been surprised that this wasn't your typical shifter story. Ms. Scott and co-author Diane Adams wrote a unique shifter society with new wolf secrets that I had never read before. I won't give away any details except to say you will be pleasantly surprised and intrigued by the new relationship between wolves and humans.The two MCs, Jamie and Rob were well matched and I was again happy [...]

    23. Enjoyable read!A slightly different take on wolf shifters. They are known to humans, have full rights & laws to protect them. There is some world building in little history nuggets here and there but no huge info dump about how the wolves 'came out'.Besides the wolf shifters there has to be a suspension of belief when it comes to the police investigation but it's a shifter story so it didn't bother me. I liked both Rob & Jamie as well as the secondary characters. Some angst but not overd [...]

    24. 3.75 Stars.I loved the wolf side of things and all the wolf characters.I couldnt really like Rob.i still dont know why Rob changed his mind on certain issues. I also thought the investigation aspect of the story was pretty weak.Basically Jamie won the story for me.I think this is going to have a sequel and I fully plan to read it. Hopefully there will be a bit more world building in the second book.

    25. Great start to a new werewolf series. The characters are fascinating. I particularly liked the interpretation of werewolves and their society. I am very much looking forward to Book 2 to find out more about Sam, Jamie, Rob and the other humans and wolves appearing in Book 1.

    26. One of the absolute best to rank high among other amazing shifter books I've read. Can't wait on the next one that I've pre-ordered. Two thumbs up!

    27. This review first appeared on MM Good Book Reviews.Pixie’s Reader’s Review: I really enjoyed this one, it was a refreshing change to read a shifter book that wasn’t all about sex and mates; although there is a lot hot sex and some discussion about mating.Rob is horrified when he finds out that Jamie is a Wolf. He has nothing against them personally but he wouldn’t have sex with one…if he had a choice. Jamie doesn’t usually sleep with humans but there is just something about Rob. When [...]

    28. Okay, the main reason this book has such a high rating is because Jaime is such a woobie and I have an extreme soft spot for well-written woobies. There are some weird character flaws with Rob going on, but he was mostly a plot device for me (anything for the sake of Jaime's happiness!) so w/e.Oh, these tragic innocent heroes. Why do I love you so much? Actually, I do kind of have an answer to that. I've theorized that it's probably because I know I'll never be one of them. I'd be too.ulating. L [...]

    29. At first, I didn’t get Rob’s revulsion towards having a relationship with a “different species” (werewolves), not even an intimate one-time contact would do for him. When he met Jamie at a club and had a very hot one night stand with him, he was affronted when he realized that the other guy was a “shifter.” He’d gone all Rambo and kicked the other guy out. His reasoning all throughout the story doesn’t really make sense that with not having equal strength / power in a relationshi [...]

    30. 3.5 starsI thought the opening scene in the club and the sex that followed was a smoking hot way to start out the book. But then Rob had to go be a big poophead when he found out Jamie was a shifter. I felt bad for Jamie because he was adorable and Rob's reaction didn't make a lot of sense to me considering he was part of the Wolf/Human Team for the police. It took a bit for me to warm up to Rob because of that and considering his negative feelings about Jamie I was a little surprised at his sud [...]

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