New Release “Time Shifters” by Myra Nour
Time Travel, Paranormal & Fantasy, Shapeshifters
Briana has heard his voice for years in dreams. Calling to her. She hears that same voice from the handsome stranger she meets on vacation, captivating and so familiar. When he unexpectedly transforms into a werewolf, Briana flees in horror. She knows him … he is the wolfman who haunts her nightmares. More than anything else, it is her lustful response to the beast that terrifies her.
When Raynor finally meets his mate, he is confused by her reaction and even more so by her response when he shifts. She doesn’t recognize him. In an attempt to escape, Briana jumps through the time portal of his people, landing her in Medieval England. Raynor must rescue her, which requires bonding with Briana as her mate. But first he must teach Briana that she is a shifter, then convince her not to be repelled by her other self, an ancient, powerful shifter. A snakewoman.
Recommended Read! As most know, I don’t read PNR but I decided to give this one a chance. It had a different kind of shapeshifter that I don’t think I’ve ever read before. Plus, I LOVE time travel stories, too. This one had both things that I was looking for in the story.
Oh and I would be remiss to talk about the action, danger and the world that Ms. Nour created. Bravo! I hate when reading a PNR and I get the same old, same old. I was excited by the twists and plot turns that this book took. ?
If you are looking for her erotic book, its not here. Its a more toned down version but there is still plenty of steam here. She doesn’t disappoint here either. I read the original version years ago, so it was a complete joy to re-read the book again. – Harlie’s Books
I was not sold on this book when I first picked it up. I assumed that it would be a typical shifters romance novel but boy was I wrong. A mix of suspense, romance and time travel was definitely a great twist to your everyday paranormal romances.
Raynor had me fall for him since the beginning of the story. The sexy, gentle, caring, protective man is the type of guy a lot of women dream of. Briana, on the other hand, was not the type of heroine I expected. I, however, did love her personality and boldness when she shifted. Carmen, Bitten by Love Reviews
She stumbled back a step. “What’s happening to me?” she shouted, strangely unafraid of the beast facing her.
A thick, guttural, barely human voice came from the wolfman. “You are my mate. Come to me.” It waved a furry hand at her.
Briana didn’t know if she was dreaming or going insane, but the fact that she did want to step into his embrace and wrap her legs around his hairy body shocked her to the core. This attraction terrified her, unlike his physical appearance, which she should have been frightened of, but wasn’t. Real or not, she couldn’t deal with this horror in any form.
Finally, Briana broke from her paralysis. Running swiftly past the beast, she entered another tunnel that shot into the dark. Unknown territory. She didn’t know why she hadn’t run back the way she’d come in, but something pulled at her to continue in this new direction.
She ran for a full minute or so before she heard his voice calling to her. It sounded fully human; he must have metamorphosed back into the handsome Raynor.
Putting an extra spurt of energy into her run, Briana almost stumbled when she screeched to a halt upon entering another rocky room. This one was large, but strangely, several large comfortable-looking couches lined one wall, and three heavily upholstered throne-like chairs faced the couches.
Turning, she quickly surveyed the room, surprised to see an arched opening, its foot-wide facing carved with strange etchings. The elegant markings looked like writing. What lay beyond the arch was just as surprising. The sight of trees and low-growing bushes met her eyes. For a second, she was completely disoriented, then realized this must be some type of interior garden. Maybe, there’d be a place she could hide from the man/beast. His voice echoed; he seemed but mere feet away. Without hesitation Briana ran into the courtyard.
Myra Nour is the author of several best-selling romance novels, including Love’s Captive. She retired as CEO of BTSeMag in January 2016 and began focusing on her horror books. She is a huge fan of horror, loves The Walking Dead and devours zombie books. She is currently working on a zombie novel of her own.
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