Shifter : Alpha Claim

  • by Tamara Rose Blodgett, Marata Eros
  • Narrated by Holly Elise
  • Series: Alpha Claim
  • 7 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Talyn Phisher is a counselor in a world that has been turned on its ear by an unthinkable discovery: vampires roam among humans.
If all this upheaval was not enough, Talyn's body is changing. Signs that something is seriously wrong plague her. Having been told she's barren and there's no hope - Talyn still longs for a family of her own, though the stories she hears from clients tell her happiness is a long shot.
Talyn wants that shot. She yearns for a man who will put her first - for who she is.
Until a stalker's pursuit threatens everything close to Talyn's heart.
When Talyn feels her life is in imminent danger, she reaches out in desperation to the Final Enforcement, an elite, fringe group of the police who do more than take the law into their own hands.
Only to discover Talyn isn't what she thinks she is.
And neither is the one who stalks her.


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Customer Reviews

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Very Strange

I was voluntarily provided this book via audiobook boom, This was a box set that would have driven you crazy if you got it one book at a time. They all ended abruptly. These shifters require two males and a female to actually reproduce. There was a lot of fighting and violence toward the lead characters. There was another love interest that was also two males and one female. The entire story centered around talon who was a half-breed from the royal line of the Lycan. Every type of shifter was involved in trying to claim her. In the end, though the Lycan and the dragon were her ultimate mates.
I thought the beginning of the story was stupid. While her protectors were posturing with each other she was being kidnapped by a rogue group of shifters. I almost stopped there because I figured it was going to be a dumb story. Overall it was a good story.
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Unleasing the beast within

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

This is honestly not a book that I would listen to again. It starts slow and then the individual "books" end in the middle of a scene. The next "book" picks right back up where the last left off. For me it cut the story up too much. Personally, I think it would have been better suited to have a new chapter start, rather than a whole new "book". If this didn't come as a box set, I would be very disappointed that I spent the money on one individual book.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

The narration sort of matched the pace of the story, but it was very monotone/robotic. During more exciting points of the book, the roboticness could be overlooked. During slower points it was close to unbearable.

Any additional comments?

This review copy audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge.

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- Trisha

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2016
  • Publisher: Tamara Rose Blodgett