Monday, February 18, 2013

Review: Three Shifters for Sarah by Dani April

Title: Three Shifters for Sarah
Author: Dani April
Genre: Ménage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Cowboy Ménage a Quatre Romance, M/F/M/M, shape-shifters, HEA
Published Date: January 14th 2013
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Cover Design By: Christine Kirchoff


Sarah Winter is on vacation in Montana. During her stay, she falls in love with not one, but three handsome cowboys. One night she spies the men turning into wolves before her eyes and comes to realize that love between a human and three shape-shifters can never be. So fleeing back to her home in New York, she vows to forget the men.

But the shifters have other plans. They have chosen her as their mate and won’t give up until she surrenders. One by one they travel to New York to make her fall in love with them again.

TJ Hawkin is eager and headstrong. Lance Bowie has known loss in his life the same as Sarah. Ryan McCloud, the Alpha, has already put his mating mark on her.

Sarah will have to overcome the different world the men come from. They are cowboys and she has a life in Manhattan. They are shape-shifters and she is only human.

A Siren Erotic Romance



Dani April has written an exhilarating romantic tale featuring three traditional wolf-shifters from Great Plain, Montana and an independent modern girl from New York City.

The moment Sarah arrived at the Circle T guest ranch Ryan, Lance, and TJ knew she was their one-true-mate. Problem is…they only have a week to convince her before she returns to her life in the city and they never see her again.

Ms. April did a tremendous job of diversifying the characters by giving Ryan, Lance, and TJ very different personality traits – each offering something essential to the relationship with Sarah. Ryan has a vast amount of depth and was very impressive; as Alpha, his strength, honor, and confidence are the foundation of his character. Lance is the most reserved of the three – a tragic loss in his past has made him cautious and pessimistic, yet sensitive. The youngest, TJ, is considered impulsive, generous, optimistic – I liked him the most.

The author achieved something very rare these days. She took an ordinary concept in a congested genre and made it spectacular. Her writing style made it seem that not only was it necessary to convince Sarah that she will make the prefect mate for a shifter-pack Alpha and his two Betas, but that you the reader also must to agree. Every moment that Sarah experienced with one of her sexy cowboys was crafted in way that felt natural. Ms. April remained true to the characters she created even when the situation was difficult. This is commendable.

Not sure if there will be anymore adventures at the Circle T, but I have some vacation time coming up. Wonder if they have any open cabins?

 Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge by The Romance Reviews for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.
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