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Summary

When Mum died, I inherited a lot more than a pack of lies.

I landed a $410,000 debt.

Discovered her previous surname.

And her real place of birth.

Desperate to uncover the truth, I drive to a tiny dot on the map called Deception Valley.

Coincidental name? Nope.

There, I find her secret family - because she had one of those, too.

How many lies are we at? Honestly, I’ve lost count, but local gossip captures my attention. Apparently, Mum’s other family play laser tag every Wednesday. Not even joking. Laser tag.

What the hell is this place?

In hindsight, the massive guy with honey irises was my first major clue. Unusual eyes for a human, right?

Perfect eyes for a werewolf.

But sexy supernaturals, thongs, and mounting financial strain aside, Mum’s past is buried somewhere in this valley, and I need to dig up the truth or find a way to live with her lies.

What do you do when neither option will leave you unscathed?

If you can’t get enough of books by Ilona Andrews, K.F. Breene, Patricia Briggs, or anything paranormal romance, then step inside The Dens and get ready to play for your life.

This book contains sexual scenes, language, and violence.

©2020 Kelly St. Clare (P)2020 Kelly St. Clare

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The audio is broken

There are missing parts to the story and it just randomly stops I thought it was my device but I tried it on different devices and it didn’t work at all.

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Best I Have Ever Heard

this was a fantastic story, with characters that you really engaged with. I have downloaded quite a few of this genre over the last 18 months, and this was by far one of the best. only one little niggle and tgat is the narrator did sometimes use the female inflection for the male character, but did a great job

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Amazing

As always amanda has provided an amazing performance bringing to life kelly's charachters i love andi and sascha and cant wait to dive into the next installment

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This book started off good and I liked the heroine, but more things bothered me as it went on. It was ok overall.

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  • 06-02-21

Okay.

With hints of hatred and prejudice it was an uneasy listening for this black person. It really made me uneasy.

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  • L Harkcom
  • 13-03-21

I absolutely love this story!

This story has got to be one of my favorite shifter novels. Shifter Wars is the 1st installment of a trilogy and while great on its own, the trilogy just keeps getting better. I physically read all 3 books and when I saw them on audible I snapped them up again. The whole take on shifter culture and the "claiming" aspect are very different and I love it. This is not what I'd ever call an 'insta' love book, not is it an enemies to lovers. There is real story telling going on here. It's an action packed, strategy laden, fueding families, forbidden romance/fated mates kind of story. I can't say enough good about it. The narrator does a good job overall and I can't wait to listen to the next. Try it. You'll like it!

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  • leachy99
  • 09-02-21

more than I bargained for

best book I read so far. I was surprised how much I enjoyed this book and bought the second one same day.

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  • A. Hanna
  • 27-04-21

Hard to Listen

I have to agree with the other review that compared the way this writer talks about werewolfs parallels to racism we see in real life. I became so uncomfortable with the way the main lead female talked about the supposed love interest who is a werewolf that I had to stop listening to this book. I have never returned a book on Audible, even when the book is poorly done, but I am considering doing so with this book.

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  • MJ
  • 19-03-21

Frustrating.

I didn’t get very far with this book. From the beginning Andy wasn’t a very likable or relatable character. I was very disappointed with her first arriving at the manor. Why didn’t she correct people about her name? Why did she enter the forest at night? It just wasn’t for me.

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  • Nancy Chilton-Kendrick
  • 09-03-21

New Find for Me

I really liked this Book 1 in the series. Werewolf books are so fun. Narrator is good and so is the story.

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  • 19-02-21

I love it! I'm excited for more to come!

I love it, it's exciting to take this journey with Andie. I couldn't stop listening to Shifter Wars. The narrator sounds like she needs to practice. she doesn't always get voice right for who is supposed to be speaking. She is pleasant to listen to though and I've really enjoyed listening to this book.

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  • Bumblebee
  • 11-05-21

Lacking

I found the premise of the book to be intriguing but the intrigue ended there unfortunately. I wasn't even able to finish the book because I was so bored with it. Maybe it's that I've grown use to my female characters being stronger in a more outspoken way...or that I prefer them to come to their own conclusions rather than go purely based off someone else's description of facts. Overall the main female lead's lack of, what to me would be common sense, just rubs the wrong nerves.
There is also other little things that slightly tripped me up and took me out of the story. Like how it's apparently set in the US but the use of the term petrol had me questioning that. And the use of red headed, fair skinned people to represent what sounds like a Native American family although plausible just doesn't fit well with the story. It stands out as forced and inauthentic.
All in all, I've been left wanting. If you're looking for a good shifter series with excellent character development and world building, go look up Suzanne Wright. She'll have you rooting for the characters and any slip ups of a Brit writing an American are so minor, you won't even notice until you re-read.

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  • Lorn
  • 13-04-21

I'm big mad

What did I just read?! I'm not sure if this was a romantic comedy or a horror story. Orphan girl finds lost family, gains a stalker(who I somehow like better than the main character), and joins the family war! It was a tough pill to swallow to have the main character quickly become a bigot. I wanted Andie to be taught a lesson(i.e. bad things to happen to her) so she'd actually learn and grow but instead she was improbably perfect at everything. I was rolling my eyes by the end. A strategic prodigy, a professional saxophone player that never practices, super attractive, need I say more? Everything was beyond frustrating by the end, but I still want to know what happens so I might go on to book 2 once I've calmed down. The reader is probably the only thing that got me through this upsetting story, but she also used the wrong voice for the wrong character quite a few times. Does anyone even do a listen though before publishing these? Rant over.

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  • Shauna Erickson
  • 14-05-21

I am.seriously torn with this book!

The girl is such a bitch and plays with things she knows nothing fully about, she is playing very dangerous games and says things as if she can do no wrong and doesn't want certain things when she acts a totally different way. She is super deceitful so I just don't care for her much. But at the same time she doesn't fully "get it" and doesn't understand the magnitude of what's really going on because nobody has really fully and truly explained just how serious everything really is but she knows enough to not be the way she is and that is why her secrets and misleading converstaions and her actions are so damn screwed up and dangerous plus she just jumps right into shit without thinking about anything first. The story is good but it's 50 shades of fucked up. But Yes i have to listen to the second book.