THE HERD IS HERE!!! Night of the Wild Stags by Golden Angel is LIVE!
Let your shifter fan run free with this delicious reverse harem romance.
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Kiara Arrio is on the run and dying when four tall, dark, and gorgeous strangers find her in a crumpled heap along the road to the hospital she was desperately trying to reach. The small herd of stag shifters are immediately drawn to the injured woman, taking over her care as she recovers from her illness. They're entranced by Kiara's strength, her sass, and her sweetness, and do their best to woo her, hoping to claim her for their own. There's just one problem: Kiara already has a mate. And she certainly didn't run away from one only to find herself with four more.
Night of the Wild Stags is a steamy standalone shifter Reverse Harem Romance, HEA guaranteed, set in Golden Angel's Big Bad Bunnies world. It is not part of the BBB main story line and it is not necessary to read the BBB series in order to read this book.
This was my first interaction with this author and as far as first impressions go, nailed it.
I absolutely adored the guys in this book. They were funny, sweet, protective, and definitely not bad on the eyes. I liked that they each had their own personalities and they didn't just blend into one guy. I also never thought I'd be interested in stag shifters. For some strange reason, the title just didn't click in my mind that they would literally be stags. I had a moment, sue me! They were by far the best part about the book.
Kiara's character was one of those ones that I liked, but I probably could just as soon forget about. Not that she was boring or lacked definition; I just didn't connect too deeply with her. I'd never heard of her type of deer, so kudos to the author for making me intrigued enough to research.
The one thing I didn't like about the book was the climax. It was way too neat and clean. I didn't even get to see Riley in action and that was truly a shame. I felt cheated.
Overall, I enjoyed the book and will most definitely get the other books that referenced the secondary characters (especially Eli *WTF is he??* and hopefully Dr. Tran). I would recommend this book to others and look forward to more from this author.
**I received an ARC and reviewed voluntarily.**