Book 3 - Billionaire Shifters Club

The Billionaire Shifter's Second Chance

    • 4.3 • 381 Ratings

Publisher Description

A wildland firefighter--and mountain lion shifter--Edward is the youngest of the Stanton siblings, and hasn't touched a woman in a decade, not since his late fiancee was killed in a violent tragedy. 


But when he meets the sweet, adorable Molly Sloan, a friend of his new sister-in-law, Lilah... his determination to remain celibate begins to unravel. 


Something about Molly is irresistible. Something about her makes him forget the past... and hear the Beat. But Edward will have to fight for her -- forces are gathering to use her in ways that might separate them forever.


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The Billionaire Shifter's Second Chance is the third book in the Billionaire Shifters Club series by Diana Seere, the paranormal pen name for two New York Times and USA Today bestselling romantic comedy authors. This book is a standalone *within* a series. Learn more about us on our Diana Seere Facebook page. ;)

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
December 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
346
Pages
PUBLISHER
Prosaic Press, Inc.
SELLER
Prosaic Press, Inc.
SIZE
1.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Shawnaassey koehler ,

Best book so far

It was interesting but a lot of the back and forth got me a little confused on the point of view throughout the book. The book above all was my favorite through the whole series so far. Love your books keep writing more please

Hannah2014RIP ,

The Billionaire Shifters Second Chance

Great book and a wonderful cast of characters. More thrilling with the same romance and erotica as shown in the series.

flo-born ,

Bad ending

A decent story to read but the author needs to cutout a lot of the middle nonsense and learn to write a decent ending. This is the second book in this series with this problem

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