Briana has heard his voice for years in dreams. Calling to her. She hears that same voice from the handsome stranger she meets on vacation, captivating and so familiar. When he unexpectedly transforms into a werewolf, Briana flees in horror. She knows him … he is the wolfman who haunts her nightmares. More than anything else, it is her lustful response to the beast that terrifies her.
When Raynor finally meets his mate, he is confused by her reaction and even more so by her response when he shifts. She doesn’t recognize him. In an attempt to escape, Briana jumps through the time portal of his people, landing her in Medieval England. Raynor must rescue her, which requires bonding with Briana as her mate. But first he must teach Briana that she is a shifter, then convince her not to be repelled by her other self, an ancient, powerful shifter. A snakewoman.
Time Shifter is something different from all of the other books out there. Briana hears a voice calling to her. She fears him when he shifts into something terrifying, but she can’t help but feel the attraction and curiosity towards the voice and man, Raynor. Raynor realizes Briana is his mate and he won’t let anything come between them. He doesn’t understand why she doesn’t feel the same way. They shift in time and dimensions and that is where the story becomes more interesting.
At first, I thought this story would be far-fetched. But, the more I read, the more I enjoyed. It is well written, well developed with amazing character development and unique world building. I couldn’t get enough! It’s tough to find a book so different that it keeps my attention, but this one did just that and made me want to continue reading more.