The Billionaire Shifter’s Second Chance – Billionaire Shifters Club #3 by Diana Seere

Edward Stanton, Mountain-Lion Shifter and youngest sibling in the Stanton clan, has never forgiven himself for the murder of his fiancée ten years ago.  He has lived a solitary life on the ranch in Montana, never allowing himself to get close to anyone outside the family unit. That is until he meets Molly Sloan at his brother’s wedding.  A chance meeting again at another brother’s art exhibition sets in motion a feeling that he did not think possible – The Beat!

When Edward learns that Molly’s life is in danger he vows to do everything in his power to protect her, but will she let him?  Can Edward forgive himself enough to move on and let Molly into his life?

REVIEW

Another fantastic book in the Billionaire Shifter series. These books definitely have to be read in order as the characters all appear in each book with their individual stories being woven into the current one.  There is also an underlying story that is progressing throughout the series.

Edward is the shy, reserved member of the family, although a lot of this is due to the fact of never forgiving himself for the death of his fiancée.  However, when needs arise he is not so withdrawn and even stands up to Asher – the eldest brother and leader of the family.

Molly is great and when the three girls get together nothing can stop them, especially the men! She doesn’t take anything lying down (well, except Edward) and when her life is in danger she faces is head-on. Although she is not exactly on a par with Derry, Molly does have an appreciation for sex and I loved the part when she lost her ‘O’, it was even funnier when she blaming Edward for it – poor man had no idea what she was talking about.

Funny, sexy, and exciting.  This book has some of everything – romance, action, Shifters, comedy, and lots of sex!  A  must-read series.

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Author: mandy

I love to Read! Mostly romance (of all types) but I also enjoy murder mysteries, paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, pretty much anything.

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