Shifting Sands by Joy Lynn Fielding #LGBT #Review

Tracy reviews Joy Lynn Fielding’s ‘Shifting Sands’ (Strength of the Pack 4). (The book was published by Siren Publishing on March 27th, 2014, 165 pgs).

Why I read this book: The reason I read this book was because I love shifter books, the more in the series the better.

Warning: I would advise reading these books in series order other wise you may get very confused.



[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, HEA]

The visit to Elk Ridge is supposed to be just another assignment for Tom Barrington. Then he encounters Bryce Reynolds, a generous, warmhearted cowboy who has the easiest smile he’s ever seen. It doesn’t take long for Tom to break all his rules and end up in Bryce’s bed.

Bryce Reynolds believes there’s no such thing as a hot politician, right up until he meets Tom Barrington. Tall, dark, and principled, Tom overturns all of Bryce’s prejudices, and Bryce starts to forget that he doesn’t do serious and he doesn’t do commitment.

As Bryce and Tom struggle to make sense of what’s happening between them, they’re drawn into a political battle—one which could affect the future of every shifter. And when long-buried secrets start coming to light, things turn deadly. Nothing will ever be the same again for the Elk Ridge pack.


My review – 10/10 Pots of Gold

Pot Of Gold 10SpecialLoved the book cover, the Wolf in the background is stunning, perfect for this book in every way.

In this book we go back to Elk Ridge for the fouth time. We follow Bryce and Toms story, we also catch up with what is happening with the rest of the Pack.

I found this book explosive from the beginning, I was expecting insta love once the mate bond kicked as we a lot with shifters books. I didn’t get that, the pair had issues, there is a lot going on in the back ground and around the MC’s, all of this made the book different and a very enjoyable read.

There are a lot of twists and turns through out the whole read, this makes it difficult to work out who are good and who are bad.

The storyline is gripping, the plot is interesting and brilliantly written. I do like books that follow on from book to book and revist other MC’s from the previous books.

Overall a very enjoyable read. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.


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Joy Lynn Fielding is a sucker for happy endings. She believes, however, that if characters don’t suffer along the way, they won’t fully appreciate being happy. Not all of her characters thank her for this viewpoint, but what do they know?

Joy lives in a small English market town, but also inhabits a number of fictional worlds at any one time, reflecting what she’s writing and what she’s reading. She has a tendency to share enthusiastically with anyone who will listen to the latest fascinating facts she’s stumbled across in her research for books. Thankfully she has a very patient Labrador, who has a gift for looking as though he’s interested in what she’s saying while he waits for the food to arrive.



This book was provided free of charge for an honest review by the author. 😉

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