Shifter Born



[Download] ➺ Shifter Born By A.T. Weaver – E17streets4all.co.uk Marrok del Sol is a natural born immortal shape shifter who can assume the form of any animal he choosesHe escapes death when his family is betrayed and sent to the guillotine during the French Revolu Marrok del Sol is a natural born immortal shape shifter who can assume the form of any animal he choosesHe escapes death when his family is betrayed and sent to the guillotine during the French Revolution After taking revenge on the traitor, he leaves France for AmericaFor over two hundred years, he travels westward with the ever expanding civilization always searching for his happily ever after This edition now out of print.Shifter Born

I am a straight great grandmother living alone with my cat, Cleopatra, in an independent living facility for the elderly I have four children, eleven grandchildren, and one great grandsonI started writing gay love stories in after meeting over , gay men on line who educated me to the plight of the LGBT community in AmericaI ve been told that because I believe gays can be Christian I m going to Hell well, I d rather be there with my gay friends than in Heaven with some of the people who judge them.

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  • ebook
  • 307 pages
  • Shifter Born
  • A.T. Weaver
  • English
  • 02 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Shifter Born

  1. says:

    Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance 2.5 StarsI had difficulty writing this review Shifter Born had some good points but many negative as well In the interest of fairness and honesty, I am going to tell you what I felt There are going to be some spoilers so be forewarned.My first impression of the book, stemming from the first 8% on my Kindle, was that it was overly simplistic in writing style It felt like a writing assignment from a 10th grade English student I was not captured by the e Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance 2.5 StarsI had difficulty writing this review Shifter Born had some good points but many negative as well In the interest of fairness and honesty, I am going to tell you what I felt There are going to be some spoilers so be forewarned.My first impression of the book, stemming from the first 8% on my Kindle, was that it was overly simplistic in writing style It felt like a writing assignment from a 10th grade English student I was not captured by the events going on It felt rushed and quickly told as if we were trying to skim the details to get on to the bulk of the story Unfortunately this was the feeling I got throughout the book We never settled down into the story but always skimmed through from one time period to the next The writing did get a little better in style and flow but the details were always vague.I never felt any connection to Marrok s loves The attraction he had at first with almost all of them seemed shallow and I m not sure how they lasted the lengths they did The sex scenes were perfunctory and clinical There was no passion at all in them and in a few I questioned the other man s enjoyment of the act entirely There was no sense of caring or love, they did nothing to further the romance and it made them feel out of place As if they were there because it was expected, not because the author really wanted to describe the act or show us the connection.Lastly, the details of the modern era were unrealistic How did he survive that long without a job and money Without knowledge of technology How did he get a drivers licenses through the years with only the one identity The author went to so much trouble figuring stuff out for the earlier years but not for the modern age.Now, the good The story premise was great Seeing how an Immortal dealt with the loss of loves throughout time, how he managed to keep under the radar and keep his homesteads was interesting The author put a lot of work into research of the historical data of times and places, which I commend The use of French peppered through helped keep Marrok s accent in my head when reading and lent some ambiance that the description lacked.I really liked Brian and felt his relationship with Derrik to be the most healthy of them all Derrik wasn t forced to give up anything to be with Marrok and I wish he had been the final relationship.In the end, I found it to be an okay read Maybe I m too picky and you will like her writing style and can see past the flaws, in which case the story is good I couldn t get past its faults

  2. says:

    Shifter Born opens in eighteenth century France and I found myself pulled into the world of Marrok, a shifter who sets out to avenge the slaughter of his family Whilst I myself have drawn heavily upon Loki, the mythological Norse shifter in my own novel I will admit that this is my first real foray into the world of shifters that are entirely the product of an author s imagination and whilst prior to reading I was a little uncertain as to what to expect, I was certainly not disappointed I love Shifter Born opens in eighteenth century France and I found myself pulled into the world of Marrok, a shifter who sets out to avenge the slaughter of his family Whilst I myself have drawn heavily upon Loki, the mythological Norse shifter in my own novel I will admit that this is my first real foray into the world of shifters that are entirely the product of an author s imagination and whilst prior to reading I was a little uncertain as to what to expect, I was certainly not disappointed I love it when I can actually sit back and watch a story as it unfolds The imagery in the opening scenes of this book is brilliant and there is an air of authenticity about it that is sometimes lacking in stories set in a historical time frame I certainly had no difficulty in buying into the concept that I had been transported back to eighteenth century France I also quite liked the fact that the setting was historical as opposed to futuristic or fantasy.I loved the intermittent bursts of French in the dialogue as I felt this once again added authenticity to the plot I would however have preferred it if the author had stuck to universally understood French as occasionally whilst I got the general gist, I was a little confused.Because Marrok is a shifter and therefore immortal, the story starts during the French Revolution and ends in 2012 The changes in time period are clearly sign posted, however if I am being totally honest then I would have preferred it if the author had confined herself to a much shorter space in time as I felt that the time frame was too vast for the story and because of that at times I felt that it lacked depth I definitely wanted a lotwhen Marrok finally confronted his nemesis and I also think that an opportunity for a series of books has been lost as a result of covering such a broad time frame in one novel.I found the character of Marrok to be extremely honourable and likeable and the relationships that he forms with various men throughout the course of two centuries all seem genuine and sincere The sex scenes are surprisingly graphic but not at all disproportionate or gratuitous I am not sure that it was the author s intention but rather my macabre streak kicking in however I found myself thinking that for all he was likeable, anyone considering getting involved with Marrok would be best advised to run for the hills seeing as all but his final love interest met some pretty nasty ends.All in all this is a well written and grammatically correct novel It was enjoyable and good however it could have been exceptional if limited to a shorter time frame withdepth

  3. says:

    The story felt like I was reading my 10 year olds school work The writing felt like short directions and almost robotic like.The MC came off to me as being very selfish and almost crazy He mentions an expensive vehicle but downy have in door plumbingThe author gave humans and one shifter a job but the main character didn t work..the MC says he will never forget Patrick but than jumps into bed relationship with three other humans he didn t realize till the end that he could offe The story felt like I was reading my 10 year olds school work The writing felt like short directions and almost robotic like.The MC came off to me as being very selfish and almost crazy He mentions an expensive vehicle but downy have in door plumbingThe author gave humans and one shifter a job but the main character didn t work..the MC says he will never forget Patrick but than jumps into bed relationship with three other humans he didn t realize till the end that he could offer immortality to his love but than when he does he does before it could happenthe way it came off as he let him wait to long.but the best part he than by mistakenly turns someone. at the end you saw some emotions when he was screwing up his story.There was no emotion in this book at all The characters acted like they were unable to have emotions and the sex was very clinical. A 20 page novella has better emotion and sex scenes.

  4. says:

    Full review up at The Kimi chan Experience.

  5. says:

    I loved it I only wish it were 400 pgs longer I loved it so much I would have read an entire series based on this book

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