Harvest by Melle Amade
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Shae is banished from the shifter world, along with Roman, and her dad is in the hands of El Oso, the powerful berzerken bear shifter who apparently has magic. But Shae can’t do anything to help, not as long as she wears the collar that keeps her from shifting, and she has no idea how to get it off.
So she settles into farm life with her friends and mother and brother, but there’s more to the little town she’s in, and she’s determined to find out exactly what’s going on.
Shae desperately wants to fix everything, but first she needs to figure out how to get rid of her collar.
I found this book a little slower, and I felt a bit tossed about as Shae’s mindset shifts back and forth. I also found the reading a little rough, as the typos were a bit more prevalent than I remember being in the first two books (though it’s been a while, and it’s possible I got this on preorder and received an unedited version, as sometimes Amazon does that).
I loved the introduction of the Pomos and the overall message, because Shae is a doer to a fault, and in this book she was forced to slow down.
**This book contains some language, no sex.
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