Anna Edwards has come up with a great PNR series about the Glacial Blood pack. The newest one is Fallen For Shame. Now, this is the first Anna Edwards book I’ve read, but it’s not going to be the last. I’m going to have to go back and read the rest of the series. I wasn’t overly lost when I read this one, the third in the series. It’s about an individual couple set into a larger story arc. There was enough backstory that I had no problem with understanding what was going on.
The Glacial Blood pack is a multi-breed pack. It’s run by a polar bear, has some lions, some wolves, a snow leopard, and an Asiatic wild dog named Teagan.
Teagan has been looked down on her entire life just because she is a wild dog shifter. They are really considered the 2nd class citizens in the shifter world, considered vermin, and trashy. Everyone has always treated Teagan poorly, including her so-called best friend. That’s why she went to Glacial Blood. They have a reputation for being very tolerant and taking in just about anyone. That’s not all she found though. She also found Tyler, a wolf that she has been crushing on and lusting after.
Tyler is a wolf with the pack. Among other things, he cooks for them and is the local computer nerd. He has his own secrets and while Kas, the alpha, knows about them, he wants to keep them hidden from everyone else, especially Teagan, since he has some very warm feelings for her. He’s not sure that Teagan returns her feelings, that is until she is teaching him how to dance and they nearly kiss. Too bad something happened that scared him badly and made him run from the room.
Alright, you know the drill. I enjoyed this book. I like the world that Anna has set up and the way her shifters work. I think they are slightly more cohesive than some other shifters I’ve read about because they don’t seem to see themselves as a human self and an animal self, they just see a self. Or at least, that’s my take on it. I could be totally wrong. It happens. On occasion. Rarely. Maybe. Anyhow, Teagan and Tyler do end up with a helluva connection. It’s a thing of beauty. Although, I think that she should probably kick his ass more often. It would be good for him.
According to Wikipedia, this is an Asiatic wild dog. Cute, right? Isn’t that just a face that says play with me, you know you wanna?
I think Teagan is my new hero. I mean, she is smart, tough, and the way that she stands up for herself and others is just impressive. I found myself wanting to give her a standing ovation myself. I think that she’s going to do all kinds of wonderful things.
I hate her so-called “friend”. Nothing but a condescending bully. Calling her a bitch works, as she’s a female canine, but isn’t mean enough. She definitely needs to get her head pulled out of her own arse. But hey, she got her comeuppance, so I’m happy with that. LOL.
OK, that’s all I have to say on this book. Go check it out. Keep your eyes on this space for new and exciting things. Meanwhile, happy reading!