Shifters

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After discovering marijuana in her son's room, Kelly and her husband Tripp decide to smoke it in the hot tub.

This new found sexual freedom escalates until they decide to visit a swinger's club. Experimenting with sex leads them to a foursome that ends with a man coming down her throat.

Only one problem. He's just given Kelly a gift, and she doesn't know it. He's a shape shifter... More

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About Laura B. Cooper

Born in Savannah but raised on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, Laura Cooper is a true southern woman. She believes that iced tea should always be sweet and has an entire Pinterest Board with over a hundred different ways to cook shrimp.

Via an AOL chat room she met her husband of sixteen years, Chris Cooper. Together they have two children, (both in college at the same time) and fifteen, yes count ‘em, fifteen dogs.

Prior to writing novels, Laura ran a large pure breed rescue organization for homeless animals. She, Chris and the kids found homes for over six thousand homeless dogs until they retired three years ago.

Between calls begging for money (from her children) and squeaky toys, she somehow manages to embolden other southern women to explore their sexuality through reading. Claiming that fifty is the new thirty, Laura encourages her readers to examine themselves, crawl out from beneath the soccer mom status and live a little.

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Review by: Ana B. Ronning on Oct. 18, 2012 : star star star star star
As always, Laura has an amazing talent for making me beg for more. I loved this book and how she described the way they felt about each other. That's what drew me in and kept me reading. Don't get me wrong...I love the erotica, too. But, there's just something in the way she words their feelings toward one another. There's not a woman in the world that wouldn't want her man to think the way Tripp does.
No matter what others say about the shifters part, I liked it! I thought it was suspenseful, wondering when it would come into the story. And when it did, the subtlety of it was warming and calm. Not at all like some others that shock you with details on how they shifted. It wasn't about that. Although, it has potential for a much longer story, if people wanted to read that sort of thing. Still, if she had lengthened it, the subtle way she introduced Kelly to her new shapeshifting ability would fit perfectly. Awesome job, as always! Love how she blends romance, desire and sexy, sexy erotica! It's so much more than porn!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: natalie gibson on Aug. 29, 2012 : star star star star star
I thoroughly enjoyed this erotic short story. It was nice to read a story about a mature couple trying to find their sexual identity as empty nesters. They find a few joints in their youngest son's now empty room and smoke them. It was a good way to reduce their inhibitions and a great idea on the writer's part.
I thought the shape shifters part was small to be the title idea. You won't find much talk about the origins of shifters or how it feels to change or any of that type that normally dominates a story about shape shifters. If you are looking for a contemporary, realistic, and erotic short story, with a dash of paranormal, this is the one for you.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Fierce Dolan on Aug. 23, 2012 : star star star
Very interesting premise and unique twist on shifters. Despite those qualities, the story feels rushed, has quite a few typos, and read a bit disjointed. All the same, I enjoyed Laura Cooper's style and voice, and am entreated to read more of her work.
(review of free book)

Review by: Kendra Glenn on Aug. 23, 2012 : star star star star star
This story was smoking hot! Sexy, well-written, only a few small typos that are easily overlooked in the heat of the moment. I was at first confused as to how shifting would make this story any better- it could work very well as a plain erotic story, not just a paranormal- until the very end when it all made sense. I truly enjoyed this read, and I look forward to more from this author.
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