This week’s I Love Romance Blog review selection is The Homecoming by Tammy Tate. Once I started this one, I just kept reading – great beginning to the series!
The book jumps right into the story and I definitely appreciate that. Sometimes you just want the meat and potatoes. Sydney is goin’ on a trip. More specifically, she’s going to stay with her aunt and her pack of wolf shifters at their home on the outskirts of New Orleans. After Sydney’s mother died, her human father knew that he couldn’t help her transition, so she reluctantly agrees to go.
Her dreams have been wreaking havoc, though. It’s the same dream over and over and it always leaves her wanting.
Kyle and his best friend Beau are living the life – working, fishing, and running. But, one of them isn’t sleeping that well either.
In a story full of action, adventure, love, romance, sex, shifters, and yes, vampires – you will definitely be hooked, too.
For all this and so much more that you’ll have to discover when you read it – I give The Homecoming By Tammy Tate 5 HEARTS!
Sydney is half human, half wolf and has fallen in love with Kyle, a full-fledged shifter who for the last six months has been appearing in her dreams. During the next full moon, she will make her first shift from human to wolf. The transformation won’t be easy. It could leave her disfigured. Or, worse. Dead.
Kyle is in Bayou Fontaine. For the sake of the pack, the council has already chosen him a mate. Sydney and Kyle face incredible odds to be together and soon become pawns in a deadly game of survival.
The clock is ticking…
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Here are some teasers!
And the book trailer…
AUTHOR: Tammy Tate
TITLE: The Homecoming (book one of the Bayou Shifters Series)
GENRE: Paranormal Romance – Werewolves, Shifters and Vampires
RELEASE DATE: January 14, 2017
PUBLISHER: Amazon Digital Services LLC
OUR RATING: ♥♥♥♥♥
REVIEWED BY: Kevin Ethan
Get your copy for only 99 cents here.
Up next week: Choosing the Cowboy by Liz Isaacson
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