• Tropical Lynx's Lover

  • Shifting Sands Resort, Book 4
  • By: Zoe Chant
  • Narrated by: Jay Alder, P.J. Morgan
  • Length: 3 hrs
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

He’s a handyman lynx shifter who can fix almost anything...except for his mate’s shattered soul.

Even a tropical paradise has its problems. When something is broken, Alaskan lynx shifter Travis is always the man for the job. As the handyman in charge of maintaining the beautiful all-shifter resort of Shifting Sands, he's never found anything he can't put back together...until he meets his one true mate.

New to being a shifter, curvy Jenny Smith isn’t used to having an otter sharing her head, or all of the inappropriate ideas it has. She can’t control her shifting, and she can’t even remember how to read, let alone return to her life as a lawyer. She finds herself randomly with whiskers and wanting to wash her food in saltwater, and now there's a gorgeous man her otter says is her fated mate. But does saying yes to Travis mean losing what’s left of her human self?

Shifting Sands Resort is a safe haven for shifters of all types, but a storm is coming, and with it, grave danger from Jenny’s past. Can Travis rescue his mate and show her how to love her whole self...and himself as well? 

A perfect mix of hot romance, wild action, and side-splitting humor, Tropical Lynx’s Lover will sweep you away on a tropical romp. Book four of the Shifting Sands Resort series, it is a short stand-alone novel with no cliff-hangers.

Contains steamy scenes between a spunky Black heroine and a native Alaskan hero who can handle any tool. If you’re looking for an adventure-filled, paranormal, multicultural romance, pick up a copy of Tropical Lynx’s Lover today!

©2018 Zoe Chant (P)2021 Zoe Chant

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I love the story. I like how Gizzelle gets to help teach how to shift and is so proud to be such a good teacher. the whole twin thing is so funny because silly Lynx can't be the mate to someone else's mate. Oh wait! They are twins! How could I have ever thought that they were the same person because clearly my mate is so much better looking then her identical twin! lol The humor in the otter bantor and her shifting and still having otter features is great especially when otter was laughing about her dilemma.
I rated the performance down a little because I felt that the male voice needs to be more into the sex scene. he just seemed like he was not thrilled to be reading it. I just would have liked to have heard some excitement instead I thought he felt embarrassed or blah.
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