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I love this series and I love this author. Dana Marie Bell’s Halle Pumas, Halle Shifters, and Pocono Pack series are amazing. I love these characters and how they all interact. I also love that there is a continuing puzzle throughout this series and we get hints through each book, but you still have to keep reading the next book to find out more. She keeps you happy with her couples and their HEAs and stories, but also keeps you anticipating what’s next. I loved the couple in this book, Barney and Heather. You knew this couple was happening, it was just a question of when and what will happen to them. Really worth the wait. Speaking of waiting she has even another series that is tied to these other ones – the soon-to-be NY Coyotes series, and I cannot wait for the first book in this series as well. Keep them coming, Ms. Bell and I’ll keep reading them.
About the book “Indirect Lines (Halle Shifters Book 5)”
There’s only one way to win this game: break the rules.
Halle Shifters Book 5
James “Barney” Barnwell is losing his ever-loving mind. Between the threat to the white shifters and a riddle he’s been ordered to solve stands the woman who’s been driving him crazy: Heather Allen, cousin to the white Fox. Barney can’t concentrate on anything but getting a certain redhead under him in bed, let alone riddles. It takes all his strength not to bite her, but getting her scent on him could lead others to her, others that won’t hesitate to put her cute little Hobbit ass in the ground.
Heather will do anything she can to help Barney so long as the stubborn Bear bites her. Hell, at this point she’d take a playful nibble, but he’s holding strong. Worse, he’s got logic on his side. She agrees to his edict, but sets a time limit she’s certain neither of them will be able to hold to.
Despite his best efforts to protect her Heather is hurt while protecting her cousin from a mercenary attack. Barney rushes to her side and claims her, bringing her fully into his crazy world. With his mate’s life in his hands, Barney has to solve the riddle and protect the white shifters before the enemy discovers that the Hunter has finally been caught by love.
Dana Marie Bell wrote her first short story when she was thirteen years old. She’s now a USA Today best-selling author, both self-published and with Carina Press. She lives with her husband Dusty, their two maniacal children, an evil ice-cream stealing cat and a dog who doesn’t understand the meaning of “personal space”. She’s been heard to describe herself as “vertically challenged” and loves video games and anime. She is also an “invisible illness sufferer”, as she has both fibromyalgia and ankylosing spondylitis. Due to this, she walks with a cane or rides in a mobility scooter. She refuses to answer whether or not she’s ever attempted to run her children over with the scooter. She will say, however, that they are now very fast runners.