Review of Were Me Out by Robyn Peterman

Sandy Moongie is a geeky, knife wielding, hacker werewolf who’s been avoiding the man who wants to make her his in the fourth Shift Happens story, Were Me Out.Junior Wilson has only recently taken over Alpha duty from his brother Hank and his man-whore reputation is ruining his chance to claim Sandy as his Mate. She doesn’t want to be just another notch in his belt and she doesn’t know he’s been following her around since they were in high school together. But now that Junior is being challenged for his place as Alpha, Sandy knows the best way to help him it to be his Mate. Too bad Junior doesn’t feel quite the same way.

Sandy’s got herself some serious hacker skills and Junior is practically a genius. So together, they’re an unstoppable force. They should make a great Alpha pair. The rest of the family is along for the ride in this story, meaning Essie, Hank, Dwayne, Granny and Dima, along with Junior and Sandy’s parents. The only ones missing were the were-cows! I did feel like the relationship moved a little quickly given how Sandy has felt about Junior in the past. But even with the sudden threat to Junior’s life, I felt like it went from zero to sixty. I prefer a more natural progression usually, but I get it. Looking forward to more in the future.

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