Monday, September 3, 2012


Title: Isaiah
Author: Bailey Bradford
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
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ISBN: 978-1-78184-032-0
Genre: {M/M} Wereshifters Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 

Snow leopard shifter Isaiah Trujillo never considered himself to be very smart. Meeting his mate, Bae Allen Warren, Isaiah begins to realize he does have something positive to offer the world.

Bailey Bradford’s Isaiah is the fourth book in the Leopard’s Spots series. In this episode, the plot features a purity of race discrimination. Bae is a rare breed of leopard originally from South Korea. He is also the only gay shifter in his small community. Bae did not fit into the lepe’s breeding plans. Also, being Asian, Bae was not considered desirable by some in the gay community. Coming from a more open-minded family, Isaiah found Bae to be everything he could wish for in a partner. Isaiah and Bae’s mating not only bonds the two men together, it also helps Isaiah realize his intelligence comes from common sense thinking and not from a formal education. Bae becomes aware that the true source of his guilt is the leader’s manipulations to compel the continuation of breeding prejudice. Both men are compassionate, encouraging men ready to be of assistance in the GLBT youth center, as well as to other shifters.

Isaiah is a captivating and especially enjoyable saga.

Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series and is best read in sequence.     

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