Book Club Thursday: Review

Welcome back to Book Club Thursday! 

Today we are reviewing....Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston


WINGING IT
Kera Watson never expected to face death behind a Los Angeles coffee shop. Not after surviving two tours lugging an M16 around the Middle East. If it wasn’t for her hot Viking customer showing up too late to help, nobody would even see her die.
In uncountable years of service to the Allfather Odin, Ludvig “Vig” Rundstrom has never seen anyone kick ass with quite as much style as Kera. He knows one way to save her life—but she might not like it. Signing up with the Crows will get Kera a new set of battle buddies: cackling, gossiping, squabbling, party-hearty women. With wings. So not the Marines.
But Vig can’t give up on someone as special as Kera. With a storm of oh-crap magic speeding straight for L.A., survival will depend on combining their strengths: Kera’s discipline, Vig’s loyalty… and the Crows’ sheer love of battle. Boy, are they in trouble.

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What I thought....

As a huge fan of Shelly Laurenston I will admit that I wasn't happy about this new series. I couldn't believe she was leaving her shifters behind. They had become such a part of of my reading family and I loved them so. It's really all her fault. If Laurenston hadn't written such good books I wouldn't have felt that way. When I first started Unleashing I thought to myself I don't like it. I knew in my mind that I wasn't giving it a chance, but my heart was very loud that day. I kept reading it knowing that we'd be doing this blog post and soon I found myself really enjoying the story. Laurenston humor and good characters started to shine through. By the end of the book I was much more happy. I can now give this series a chance. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. If you've read it I'd love to know what you think of Unleashing. Happy reading! 


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