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Monday, March 10, 2014

Review: An Owl Surfaces (The Flushing Owl Shifter #1) by Stephani Hecht

An Owl Surfaces (The Flushing Owl Shifter #1)
by Stephani Hecht
Published March 1st 2014 by Extasy Books

My Rating: 2 of 5 Stars
Sometimes, the one love you seek is closer than you ever imagined.
As an Elf Owl shifter, Kayden is the smallest one in his Parliament. But that hasn’t stopped him from being an important member. An IT tech, he can hack his way into any computer system. Plus, he’s in charge of his own group’s security. Now, if he could only get their leader, Austin, to notice him for something more than his technical skills.
Austin takes his job as the leader of his small Parliament of Owls seriously, which leaves little time for himself. However, he can’t help but notice the cute, small tech, Kayden. But Austin knows he has no time for romance. Not if he wants to keep his group safe.
Will Austin and Kayden find a way to get together? Or are they forever doomed to be alone?
An Owl Surfaces is a new series from Stephani Hecht. As per her usual style, it is paranormal and there is a mating. What makes this different from all the rest?  Not much really, the drama and angst differ at some points from all the rest of her stories, but basically the plot line is the what is to be expected. What makes this a nice read is that it is light and easy on the brain cells and gives just the right amount of entertainment factor to make one forget and get lost in fluffiness for an hour or two, depending on how fast one can read.

This is the beginning of a new series and really, the cast of characters are all introduced with their back stories placed in here and there. This would be best described as a bird's eye view on what the arc is going to be about. So expect the next series installments to be about the rest of the parliament.

This can do more for me if there were just more of the story and I expect the rest of it to unfold in the coming ones. Nice and short, light and easy, this is an okay read to while the time away.




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