Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Book Review for Shadow Life Hybrid by Claudy Conn

Shadowlife-Hybrid by Claudy Conn

by Claudy Conn


Reviewed by:Angels

Format:Kindle Edition

Published by : Claudy Conn Source:Purchased 

  Gene: Paranormal Romance


Chase MacAdams is a hybrid with extraordinary abilities…
 Roxie is an Indian beauty, a shapeshifter on her mother’s side and
hales from a little known tribe in the Adirondack Mountains of New York.
 Her father is an immortal—Scottish by choice and time.
Thus, a
friend, Nikki Walker thinks and rightly so, that Roxie will help in the
fight against WB and his vampire clan. They need help because the
vicious vampire now has Count Dracula on their side and all of Europe is
 in danger.
However, they have given Roxie a difficult task. The
team wants her to visit with Chase in the highlands of Scotland and
convince him to join in the fight. He has already refused, but Nikki
doesn’t think he will refuse Roxie MacBran. And for all the wrong
reasons he doesn’t

My Thoughts and Review

conclusion to and ending series! I loved this entire series and all
books were all worth the time to read.The two main characters of this
story were perfect for one another. Chase and Roxie made a lovely
pair.Just loved the book. The book became a page turner right from the
beginning with lots of laughs, humor ,mystery and tons of danger to keep
 your interest in the story.

I found along with the other books
 to this series that each book including this one had hero and a heroine
 who both played there part for a favorable outcome in eliminating the
evil that was about to take over mankind.The two were very different
but, each needed each to find each other in order to play there part in
there own destinies.One of the main things I loved about Roxie was about
 where she was from and the tribe that she came from was a nice twist.
Growing up in Adirondacks myself it was nice that the story included
where Roxie was from making her character even more lovable in my

Roxie had her work cut out for trying to get
Chase in on this mission as he and his father were loaners but, there
was not stopping Roxie from her mission she just needed to be her fun
sexy self and he was a goner.But, Chase fought a long and hard battle
not to succumb like all the men characters that made up this group of
stories.But, one look at there women and the were goners from day one
they just didn't know it.

I believe the Queen had her hand in
making all the matches throughout these stories even this one but she
just doesn't come out and say it or let be known as common
knowledge.There was so much action that came to life on the pages and
also new secrets that were revealed .Also it shed some more light on
things all bringing us up to speed and solving some mysteries we might
have had..But, Roxie was the one thing needed to stop Dracula in his
tracks along with a little help to keep one deeply guarded secret in
tact and if not for her who knows what would happen to the outcome of
this story.

The story was a wonderful read and recommended to
all.The book had everything a reader could want strong characters,
humor, sexy men,beautiful sexy heroines,tons of mystery, magic, vampires
 and the Fae all while taking place in the glorious highlands even
making the story even more magical.Even though this story had and ending
 I believe if the author at some point wanted to write another to this
series or a continuation mayhap going in another direction she could
easily do that.Loved the entire series and if a reader choose to read
the books out of sequence they wold not have a problem catching on.

 My only thing and this is only me personally that I felt missing in the
 ending was this.Throughout the entire series several persons would play
 a part in the books ending series.Why weren't they all there at the
finale. They were all spoken about throughout this story but, Why
weren't the couple that started it all there to see the ending or the
couples that came after before they all played a part.Would it have
caused a more dramatic ending or not ? This observation is only a
personal one and in know way diminishes the authors the ending of the
story saying it wasn't a good one but for me if I started a chain
reaction that lead to the chain of events to come to pass I would have
liked to have been there personally at the ending even if I was not
needed to see how the whole thing played out

Be sure to put
Claudy's books in your to read pile if they are not there as you don't
want to be missing out.Currently reading her Fae series and loving
it.She is a wonderful author and is worthy of being in your current
library there in mine !