Shadowlife-Hybrid

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
WB and his clan have moved in and section by section Dublin is going dark.
The team needs help and they turn to a shapeshifter, Roxie MacBran. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781452462615
About Claudy Conn

Claudy Conn is a multi published author who got her start with her bestselling historical/regency romances.
She tells us that she fell in love with the fantasy/paranormal genre and created a world of paranormal, she hopes you will enjoy.
Prolific, she has also rewritten a few of her regencies to 'spice' them up from 'sweet to hot'.
She hopes you will read and enjoy and join her on her facebook where she loves to interact with her readers.
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Review by: Jutzie on Aug. 14, 2012 :
ShadowLife Hybrid by Claudy Conn
Shadow Series Book 3
Chase MacAdams is three hundred years old. He is more than just human, he was born human, wolf and vampire. A hybrid. He is often lonely but after his mother’s death he knew that a mate was something he would never want. Never wanting to go through the agony his father was going through because of their loss. And he kept telling himself that as his wolf begged him to take Roxie MacBran as their own.

Roxie MacBran, an American beauty, was on a mission….get Chase to help in the war against WB and his vampires. She had plans of her own to go into fashion design but couldn’t deny who she was deep down….who her parents were. She was part of a special community and they were in trouble. If only she can focus on doing what she needed to do and get out of there before her inner self connected too deeply with the handsome hybrid.

Chase & Roxie join up with our heroes, heroines and villains from the previous two Shadow books; ShadowLove Stalkers and ShadowHeart Slayer. Together they must unite and destroy the vampires who are trying to take over the human race. And Chase has a personal vendetta with one vampire in particular, Count Vlad Dracula.
**Sexual Situations and language
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(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Delphinam on May 05, 2012 :
I did not think this was possible, but I like this book even more than the previous Shadow books by Claudy Conn. Once again, Claudy wrote a book I could not put down (the proof is my sink full of dishes and pile of laundry waiting to be folded). This book introduced two new main characters and a few minor characters. I love how the book focused on Chase and Roxie without leaving out characters from books one and two. The awesomeness of the new characters were that they were both part shifter and I do so love shifters. Roxie was powerful and I adore strong female heroines. I think her character was the perfect addition to the females of her Shadow series.

If I could pinpoint what I liked best about this particular installment was, I am pretty sure it would be that it really built upon the layers from the first two books and everyone played their role in the good vs. evil conflict. I am trying hard not to give spoilers, but let's say that some minor characters get what they deserve (both good and bad). I am impressed how she was able to transform the Dracula lore to make it her own. I really hope that Claudy continues to write more in this world. I think you could probably read this book without having read the first two books, but I say run out and get all three because once you read one, you will want to read them all ;).
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Delphinam on May 05, 2012 :
I did not think this was possible, but I like this book even more than the previous Shadow books by Claudy Conn. Once again, Claudy wrote a book I could not put down (the proof is my sink full of dishes and pile of laundry waiting to be folded). This book introduced two new main characters and a few minor characters. I love how the book focused on Chase and Roxie without leaving out characters from books one and two. The awesomeness of the new characters were that they were both part shifter and I do so love shifters. Roxie was powerful and I adore strong female heroines. I think her character was the perfect addition to the females of her Shadow series.

If I could pinpoint what I liked best about this particular installment was, I am pretty sure it would be that it really built upon the layers from the first two books and everyone played their role in the good vs. evil conflict. I am trying hard not to give spoilers, but let's say that some minor characters get what they deserve (both good and bad). I am impressed how she was able to transform the Dracula lore to make it her own. I really hope that Claudy continues to write more in this world. I think you could probably read this book without having read the first two books, but I say run out and get all three because once you read one, you will want to read them all ;).
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Delphinam on May 05, 2012 :
I did not think this was possible, but I like this book even more than the previous Shadow books by Claudy Conn. Once again, Claudy wrote a book I could not put down (the proof is my sink full of dishes and pile of laundry waiting to be folded). This book introduced two new main characters and a few minor characters. I love how the book focused on Chase and Roxie without leaving out characters from books one and two. The awesomeness of the new characters were that they were both part shifter and I do so love shifters. Roxie was powerful and I adore strong female heroines. I think her character was the perfect addition to the females of her Shadow series.

If I could pinpoint what I liked best about this particular installment was, I am pretty sure it would be that it really built upon the layers from the first two books and everyone played their role in the good vs. evil conflict. I am trying hard not to give spoilers, but let's say that some minor characters get what they deserve (both good and bad). I am impressed how she was able to transform the Dracula lore to make it her own. I really hope that Claudy continues to write more in this world. I think you could probably read this book without having read the first two books, but I say run out and get all three because once you read one, you will want to read them all ;).
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Vonnie Faroqui on April 29, 2012 :
Romance with Claudy Conn does for paranormal fiction what tequila does for ice cold margaritas on a hot summer night. Shadowlife-Hybrid is raw, liquid pleasure. I’ll take getting lost in the hot blooded, life infused, primal lust of a werewolf over chilly vampire passion any day! After all, the idea of utterly losing control to the “animal within” is truly more frightening than a flirtation with death. Blending these polar opposites into one luscious man creates a potent elixir, and the untamed, unfettered, ultimate midnight read. That is what Claudy Conn has done. The Shadow series reaches its peak in Hybrid, the entangled romance of shape-shifter immortal Roxie MacBran and wolf-vamp hybrid Chase MacAdams.

Hybrid is sheer lustful genius, but not simply because Claudy Conn’s hunks and hunk-ettes are gorgeous or powerful. When you read one of Conn’s romances you are transported, to live and breathe her characters. The plots are engaging and the levels of sexual desire and exploration her characters reach are truly and deeply inspiring. If you are looking to work up the passions, or to indulge in some much needed release, you have picked the perfect series and arrived at the last and best edition, Shadowlife-Hybrid.

About Shadowlife-Hybrid - It is never good to start a relationship on a lie, even a small one, and poor Roxie didn’t know what she was getting into by agreeing to make friendly with Chase MacAdams. Pretense always gets in the way of good honest physical attraction. If the need for his help wasn’t so desperate, she never would have gotten involved with him. They needed Chase on their side if they were to have any hope for breaking WB’s vampire empire apart and of saving the enslaved humans WB is breeding for food and enhanced vampire powers. WB has attracted the help of the original father of vampires, Vlad, Count Dracula. Their mixed band of vampires, immortals, and a wizard just wasn’t going to be powerful enough to face that evil. Chase was the key; their band didn’t have any chance of winning without him, let alone of surviving. A steak through the heart, even if they could get close enough to make the jab, just wasn’t going to rid the world of the of darkness Dracula had become.

Roxie was chosen to represent their team because, like Chase, she was unique. With a Native American shape-shifter chief for a mother and an immortal father, Roxie is an alpha female, wolf shape-shifter, with all the powers of an immortal at her command. Even so, their team needs Chase and she is the only member with half a chance of convincing him to join the fight. Chase had turned their first attempt away without even listening and so the team was sending Roxie to make a second attempt. Her mission is to convince Chase that joining their fight is within his best interest, and to do that she would need to win his trust. Their hope was that the wolf in her would speak to the wolf in Chase and create an opening of familiarity and friendship which might win through the walls of his personal grief so that Roxie can plead their cause.

The explosion of attraction between them is fiercely intense, and before either can control themselves, Roxie is caught, unable to reveal the truth of her presence and purpose before becoming hopelessly entangled in his arms. Their union and subsequent imprinting gives him access to her thoughts and he rejects her for the lie he finds hidden there. Marked by his wolf, claimed for all time, Roxie is left with a gaping hole in her soul as he walks out of her life. Never did she imagine that in meeting him she would come to feel such loss or that their loving would leave her haunted by a painful all consuming physical desire. As a hybrid, Chase tells her that he can overcome the imprinting of their inner wolves, but can she? Or will she be left weakened, in a half life, without her mate, to face the world’s greatest evil on her own? Five Stars, all the way!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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