Shifter Made

Rated 4.60/5 based on 6 reviews
Alanna, sister to a Fae prince, returns to medieval Ireland to coerce a Shifter to craft an incredible sword. Niall O’Connell, wildcat Shifter and master sword maker, hates all Fae, but Alanna's heartbreaking story and beauty are difficult to resist. Together, she and Niall forge a sword that changes Shifter history, at the same time forging an unbreakable bond between their hearts. More

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Words: 14,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458161802
About Jennifer Ashley

Jennifer Ashley, also writing as Ashley Gardner and Allyson James, is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of romances, mysteries, and mainstream fiction. Subgenres include historical mysteries, historical romance, paranormal romance, futuristic romance, and urban fantasy. Jennifer has won and been nominated for numerous RT BookReviews reviewers choice awards under all three names, and has finalled in and won the prestigious RITA contest, given by Romance Writers of America to honor the best romances of the year. She has penned and published more than thirty novels and a dozen novellas. When she's not writing (which is rare), she enjoys playing music, reading, hiking, and making dollhouse miniatures. See her websites: www.gardnermysteries.com; www.allysonjames.com; and www.jennifersromances.com for a list of all ther novels.

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Reviews

Review by: Rob Thompson on Feb. 15, 2013 :
A little short, but a good read. Liked the characters but would have like maybe a slightly longer story
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Review by: aurians books on Oct. 19, 2012 :
Well, it is short, so summarizing is spoiling everything. Let me just tell you, I loved it, and it had the feel of a much longer story, as I immediately fell for Alanna and Niall. Two strangers, forced to work together by Alanna’s evil brother, but they defeat him in his purpose. Lovescene, tender scene, actionscene and a great ending. This short story has it all. And if you like Jennifer Ashley’s Shifter series as much as I do, I really recommend you read this.
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Review by: Cathy Decker on Aug. 23, 2012 :
A little shorter that what I like, but couldn't put it down until finished. I had just finished reading book 1 so had a questions about the sword answered here.
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Review by: Robin Hruz on Nov. 06, 2011 :
A must read for anyone reading the Shifter Books! Too bad so short, really enjoyed learning about the beginning of the sword.
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Review by: Carol Duchesneau on Oct. 09, 2011 :
I really enjoyed reading this - it gives you a more solid grasp on the shifter history giving one a deeper understanding of the current stories. :) Of course, I'm easy to please and just plain love a good story and this one is definitely good. ;)
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Review by: Letty Diaz on July 10, 2011 : (no rating)
Really short story but good, as all stories from Jennifer Ashley.
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