The Baby Shift: Michigan

The Baby Shift: Michigan

by Becca Fanning

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Overview

A curious inheritance and an ancient agreement...

Gabriella Jones looked up at the ramshackle building and didn't know what to think. Her recently deceased nana had left it to her: a four bedroom bed and breakfast. It looked like no one had been there in many decades, and she never remembered anyone in her family mentioning it. Why had nana kept it hidden? Could Gabriella really abandon her office job life and do this? There's only one way to find out!

Edward Masters was a Wolf Shifter who honored tradition. From a long line of warriors, he knew it was finally his time to take on his most sacred duty: the final rite of passage that would establish him amongst his peers and ancestors. His Clan knew where to send him, a very specific place he would need to remain for a year's time. It didn't look like much, but tradition is tradition...

Every Monday in 2019 I'll be releasing a brand new novella for you to gobble up! Collect all the Shifter Babies of America series and enjoy a nice little one-sitting story!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161184424
Publisher: Gizmo Media, Co.
Publication date: 07/15/2019
Series: Shifter Babies Of America , #28
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 55,473
File size: 464 KB

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The Baby Shift: Michigan 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anita Hanekom 14 days ago
I really enjoyed Edward, I found that because he had been sheltered, to an extent, from the human world it gave him a kind of innocence and naivete that was endearing. Whilst he is expecting his quest to be one that will test his strength as a warrior it just may be something completely different, something that he is ill-prepared for. Luckily for him Gabriella is the woman who will be at his side during this quest and as Gabriella teaches Edward more of the human world and helps him take care of an orphaned child the two grow closer, their attraction and chemistry undeniable. Wonderful characters and another great story to add to the collection. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
PatriciaHoffstaetter 3 months ago
This short but entertaining shifter romance is about a young woman (Gabriella) who inherits a rather neglected B&B from her deceased Nana & gets an unexpected guest (Edward) from the Midnight Fang Clan & the story begins from here. The plot is entertaining with interesting, well-developed characters. There is: A wolf shifter (Falon), a human female (Gabriella), a shifter baby (Falon), twists & turns, drama, rite of passage, an unexpected surprise, annoyance, strange attraction, a well-meaning manipulative mother, surprises, a little steam, mates, happiness & a satisfying ending. I enjoyed reading this shifter romance novella & would recommend it
JEA2 3 months ago
Enjoyed reading this short story, it has a good storyline. I can't wait for more from this author. I received this book as a FREE ARC copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.
GlassRiver 3 months ago
“The Stork” Brings A Quest!" Gabriela just inherited her grandmother’s small B&B. Should she leave her unfulfilling city office job and take on the responsibility of the old B&B? But while inspecting the house, her contemplation is interrupted by the arrival of a long-term stay tenant, one for whom her grandmother had placed the reservation. Edward Masters is a wolf-shifter on a clan quest. Members of his clan traditionally have little contact with humans--Edward has grown to manhood without knowledge of human ways but part of his time on quest is to be spent learning about them. But the arrival of the expected notification of what the nature of his quest is to be has him completely flummoxed: a baby shifter in a basket on the doorstep of the inn! He doesn’t know anything about babies either. What happens to Edward, the baby and Gabriela is told in a captivating, charming and humorous way—and kept me interested to the end. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance review copy of this story.