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5 stars for Shiftless In Sheboygan (Shapesisters Book 1) by Zanna Archer #pnr #shifters #bookreview

Title: Shiftless In Sheboygan (Shapesisters Book 1)

Author: Zanna Archer

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Shifter Romance

Book Blurb:

Unlike other shape-shifters, Steffi Anbruzzen can take any biological shape. When she loses this ability, the Organization to Assist, Support, and Inform Shape-shifters (OASIS) seizes the opportunity to eliminate her fearsome power by appointing a sexy Canadian werewolf ostensibly to help her, but really to distract her until her window for recovery closes. The more Sawyer Montaigne comes to know Steffi, the more he desires her and wants to support her. A reformed playboy, he must mate with a female werewolf or be ostracized by the Montaigne pack. Having already lost her ability to shift, will Steffi now lose her heart to someone who has sworn to betray her, or will Sawyer's attraction to Steffi extinguish his loyalty to OASIS and his pack?

My Review:

A superb book I simply couldn’t stop reading. This is the story about Stef and Sawyer. Two shifters doing best they can. Steffi can be anything she wants *when it works*. Sawyer works for OASIS and is a wolf of a guy. The pairing of Steffi and Sawyer is amazing, and they work so great together.

From page one, you just can't put it down. Realistically presented and original in so many ways. I have been told by shifter romance experts that there has never been a shifter like Steffi. It was so cool to read this book and now I can't wait for book two. Call me an uber fan of this author.

If you are a lover of shifter books that have the romantic vibe, then buy this book. If you like a brilliant book that keeps you on the edge of your seat ‘til the end, then buy this book. A simply amazing book I can't recommend enough.

My Rating: 5 stars

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Author Biography:

People like to quote F. Scott Fitzgerald on there being no second acts in American lives. Born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1944, I am entering my fifth act. I began to write at age 10 when I received a portable Smith Corona typewriter for Christmas. (My mother thought I'd make a good secretary. Little did she know!)

I was a staff writer with the Maryland Public Broadcasting in its infancy (1969–1972) but left to go "back to the land," aka my hippie days, when I freelanced—sinning, suffering, and enjoying in many confession stories!—and did contractual work with the MPB to keep us financially afloat.

I started writing romances in the late 1980s but put them aside to earn a Ph.D. in English and pursue an academic teaching career (academic writing, not as much fun). Upon retiring in 2014, I returned to romance with a renewed sense of purpose and a stronger awareness of the craft. I'm also a sucker for happy endings.

Since she’s been tall enough to reach into the mailbox, Zanna has enjoyed getting mail. Feel free to contact her at

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Reviewed by: Rudy


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