Static by L.A. Witt

 After two years together, Alex has been dreading the inevitable moment when Damon learns the truth: that Alex is a shifter, part of a small percentage of the population able to switch genders at will. Thanks to a forced implant, though, Alex is suddenly static—unable to shift—and male. Overnight, he’s out to a world that neither understands nor tolerates shifters . . . and to his heterosexual boyfriend.Damon is stunned to discover his girlfriend is a shifter, and scared to death of the dangers the implant poses to Alex’s health. He refuses to abandon Alex, but what about their relationship? Damon is straight, and with the implant both costly and dangerous to remove, Alex is stuck as a man.

Stripped of half his identity and facing serious physical and social ramifications, Alex needs Damon more than ever, but he doesn’t see how they can get through this.

Especially if he’s static forever.


I have read quite a few books by this author in the past, but I have to say with each book that I read from them, I get more and more excited about their future works!!!
This book is one that is so random and out there, it had me completely hooked once I started reading it.  It felt like the pages couldn’t turn quick enough just because of everything that was happening during the course of the story.  I think the story line of this book was just amazingly well done.
I think that the author did an amazing job writing the characters, especially with Alex’s character since that character was so complicated.  One thing that I have always enjoyed with this author is how they include the secondary characters into the story as well.  All of the characters in the story were described equally, and they were all given their own spotlight.
With Damon’s character, I give him mad props.  And it was amazing what he did throughout the course of the book.  If there would have been anyone else, I’m sure they wouldn’t have been able to handle what he was dealing with at the time.
My only complaint about the book would be with how much was going on, it felt like at time there were certain parts of the story that were sped through, and other parts were dragged out.
It didn’t affect the story that much; I was still able to enjoy it.
Overall, I did enjoy this story immensely and I didn’t want it to end!