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  • Fun shifter romance

    I've read the first two of the books in this series featuring shifters whose animal form is a large, Ice Age animal that's now extinct. I'm so impressed at the way the author comes up with these creatures and then weaves a plausible shifter romance around them (well, plausible assuming that you accept the basic notion of shifters in general, LOL). In this book, the hero's animal form is a prehistoric sloth - aquatic, larger than an elephant, but as with modern day sloths, a gentle vegetarian who loves to sleep. I absolutely love nice guy heroes and that description fits Dauro to a T. Imprisoned for hundreds of years by a powerful and cruel fairy, he spends most of his time watching out for the other unique aquatic shifters imprisoned with him and seeing to their physical and mental well-being. He's the de facto leader of the group because he cares so much about all of them. When he realizes their "owner" has died and the manufactured world where they live is failing without her magic, he knows he has to get them all to safety, even though he isn't sure how he'll do that. Along comes Chantal, a friendly, kind, but also capable and no-nonsense black leopard shifter (daughter of the heroine of book 1 in the series) who stumbles across their hidden world. As in many shifter romances, Chantal and Dauro are fated mates. They pretty quickly realize this but first need to save themselves and the other shifters. The romance between them was very fast, but still very sweet and I loved the inventiveness of the author's world. Now I just need to go back and read the third and fourth books to catch up. I received an ARC of this book from the author. All opinions are my own.

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  • Good 👍reading

    This book is entertaining, action packed and thoroughly enjoyable. The chemistry between the characters of Chantel and Dauro is wonderful. I can't wait for more from this author. I received this book as a FREE ARC copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.

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  • Shifter's Storm

    I really like Carol Van Natta's Ice Age Shifter series so far and as soon as this one released I bought my copy and started reading it not much later. It was so fun to return to the world of the Ice Age Shifters, this book features Chantal, who is the daughter of the couple from book 1. I liked that connection with book 1 and she also has popped up shortly as a side character in another book, so it was fun to see her have her own story now. Her love interest is an ice age sloth shifter who has been held captive for hundreds of years. They meet under unusual circumstances and sparks fly. While Chantal has made a short appearance in earlier books, this one an be read as a standalone easy enough if you like to start here. Especially as this story has no close ties to the previous books and takes place in a different setting. Although some of the earlier books do need to be read in order for the most enjoyment. And I do recommend checking out the rest of the series as it's a great paranormal romance series. Chantal is working in Florida for the sheriff's office when some flamingo shifters ask for her help with hurricane cleanup on an island, she agrees to go and while there stumbles upon two Capricorns who need her help, she gets pulled back in to the fairy demesne they came from and vows to help all the shifters who are being held captive there to escape. Sloth shifter Dauro is one of the captives in the fairy mini world and he wants to escape with his fellow shifters and friends and this might be the moment they are waiting for, with the help of Chantal they might have a chance to make it out alive. This was another great story. The pacing was well done and I was hooked from the start reading about these two characters, trying to help everyone escape from the fairy world and along the way find each other and fall in love. There's plenty of danger and action. The whole escape plot line was great to read about and all the trouble surrounding this mini fairyland was quite interesting. Both Chantal and Dauro were great characters. I liked Chantal's personality, she was capable and self reliant and also willing to risk her own life to help these strangers escape. Dauro has been held captive for a long time, but that hasn't made him bitter, he is the most caring and open person and he's made friends and close ties to the other captive shifters. And these two characters worked together so well too. While the romance developed quite quickly, I did feel their romance. It's clear these two are great together and I like how they work together to help everyone escape. It also was nice to see how they only stole some kisses until everyone was safe before they brought things further. I thought they were sweet together and their attraction to one another was obvious too. I liked seeing Dauro get his first glimpse of the real world after hundreds of year being captive and the first time in human form after so long in sloth form. While a magic spell gave him some knowledge about modern things it was interesting to see him get a feel for how the world has changed and use the wrong word a few times, like mini trident for fork. I like how we get to know a bit more about these fairy world or fairy demesne as they are called in this book. They are small worlds anchored in the real world and you need a portal to get inside. The world inside is separate from the real world and can have it's own rules. In this book the demesne was more of a prison, but I like the hopeful notes at the end of what the demesne can become. I also liked how Dauro was an ice age sloth, that was fun to read about. And I also liked the addition of flamingo shifters and some of the unusual shifters that were being held captive, like the wraith, wyvern and more. There also is plenty of unique magic again. I really like the world the author has created in this series. To summarize: Another great read in this series. Chantal is the daughter of the couple from book one which was a fun connection, but this book can be read as a standalone. I liked both main characters. Chantal was capable, self reliant, friendly and helpful too as evidenced by how she risks her life to help free a group of strangers from their fairyland prison. Dauro has a big heart and I liked how much he cared about his friends. Their romance was great to see, they meet under unusual circumstances, but it sure works and I liked seeing them fall for each other. They are so sweet together and there is some steam too, but only once they're safe. I liked seeing more of the world of the ice age shifters, I liked the idea of an ice age sloth shifter and the flamingo shifters were fun to read about too as well as some other interesting paranormal creatures and shifters. It also was interesting leaning more about these fairy demesnes. This continues to be a great series and I can't wait for more books in this series!

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  • Great Series

    Shifter’s Storm is the latest in the Ice Age Shifters series and follows leopard shifter Chantal Hammond as she visits an island in Puerto Rico to help after a massive hurricane. She discovers a fairy demesne that is failing after the death of the evil fairy that created it. The demesne contains shifters that were captured and kept as prisoners. Chantal and the other shifters, including ice age aquatic sloth Dauro de Mar, must work together to escape and prevent the failure, since it will mean catastrophe to the island. Chantal and Dauro realize they have a connection, but they have so much going on, they have to try to ignore the attraction until they can get through the danger. I’ve enjoyed this series and this was another great story, featuring an interesting couple. Even though there are references to the other books, this one can easily be read as a stand alone, but I recommend reading the rest of the series, because they’re all great.

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  • Shifter storm

    I have enjoyed all of the ice age shifters stories. They show a lot of love and understanding.

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