Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Chance’s Vindication

Title: Chance’s Vindication
Author: Stephani Hecht
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 978-1-55487-979-3
Genre: {M/M}, Paranormal, Series
Rating:  4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Critter Nymph 

Chance knows the members of the Coalition have every right to hate the Ravens and for that reason, he puts up with the variety of BS he has to face everyday.  He begins to wonder if he will ever find happiness in his new home, especially when he can’t stop wondering about his appointed guardian, Thomas. 

Chance’s Vindication is the 13th story in the growing series, The Lost Shifters by Stephani Hecht.  I was very curious about how this story would turn out.  Throughout the course of this series, readers have witnessed just how evil the Ravens are.  Not only did they steal the children of other shifters, but they continue to wreck havoc in the lives of the Coalition.  The fact that the author was now going to make one of the Ravens the hero in a story made that story a must read for me.   

Readers were introduced to Chance in the last book and therefore know that the young shifter is not the normal Raven.  That point does not seem to make any difference to the Coalition members, however, and they go out of their way to make the young man’s life hell.  While it is easy to understand the reasoning behind their actions, I still wanted to smack several of them and was glad when Chance found a champion in Dalton, a young Lynx shifter.  Chance’s new friend brings out the protectiveness in his guardian, however, and soon Thomas must acknowledge the fact that the young Raven is his mate.    When the two of them get together, watch out because they heat up the pages as Thomas tries to make up for lost time.   

With the introduction of new characters, this is one series that still has plenty of life in it.  Each new book is able to stand alone but I would strongly suggest reading them in order.  Chance’s Vindication is not to be missed and is one book I will find myself reading again.

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