Alexis Parrish is very single. Sassy and smart, she's great at her job as a journalist, but it's never given her the time to find the right man--specifically, a human. So when she gets assigned to interview Max, a lion shifter, about the new dating app he's created, she can't believe her intense attraction to him. After all, humans and shifters don't date.
Max is used to causing trouble. He broke tradition by creating the dating app, Shifter, which humans and shifters alike can use to answer the call of the wild.
When Max challenges Alexis to give him a chance, she can't say no. A human like her has no business with this handsome alpha lion, but she can't resist his magnetism. Their chemistry is primal, their connection positively animalistic. After all, once you go shifter, you never go back.
But when a rogue shifter group against interspecies dating targets Alexis, Max will stop at nothing to protect her. It's more than his pride on the line; it's his mate.
Do you like paranormal shifter books? Do you like reading about conflict and love? Then you need to check out Alma Black's Must Love Lions. The book is 4.5 stars and one you should one click today.
Alexis Parrish is one of the best reporters out there. She doesn't take any gruff and she doesn't want to fall for the allure surrounding Max, a lion shifter who just created a new dating app. The app will allow humans and shifters to date and mingle, something she doesn't exactly agree with, but he makes her a proposal she can't refuse. Will spending time with him prove to her that dating a shifter will endanger her life...or just her heart? It could be both.
Max was intrigued by Alexis the moment she stormed into his office to interview him, and he found himself offering her full access to him. He wanted her...badly. Will he be able to protect her from danger lurking in the dark, or will he lose her? You have to read to find out!
The book was enjoyable from page one. I'm not going to lie, there were a couple of times I scratched my head at the wording or choice of words. Example, solar plexus versus stomach. It didn't distract at all and if anything, I thought the usage to be enjoyable and not the norm. The characters are well written and relatable, the story is a great addition to the PNR universe. I've only read one other lion shifter story, and I have to say that this story by Alma Black ranks right up there with Christine Warren's Walk on the Wild Side-one of my fave PNR books. So if you are looking for a good shifter book, one click on Must Love Lions by Alma Black today!!