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Bite Me par [Laurenston, Shelly]
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"Hot shape-shifters and even hotter passion." --New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter

Livy Kowalski has no time for idiots. When you shapeshift into a honey badger, getting through life's irritants is a finely honed skill. Until she gets stuck housing her nutso cousin and dealing with her dad's untimely and unexplained demise.

That's where Vic Barinov comes in--or his house does. Vic can't step outside without coming back to find Livy devouring his honey stash and getting the TV remote sticky. It gets his animal instincts all riled up. But he'll have to woo her at high speed: all hell is breaking loose, and Livy is leading the charge. . .

Biographie de l'auteur

Originally from Long Island, New York Times bestselling author Shelly Laurenston has resigned herself to West Coast living, which involves healthy food, mostly sunny days, and lots of guys not wearing shirts when they really should. Shelly is also the New York Times bestselling author G.A. Aiken, creator of the Dragon Kin series. For more info about Shelly’s books go to Or to check out G.A.’s dangerously and arrogantly sexy dragons go to

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 384 pages
  • Editeur : Brava (25 mars 2014)
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Always a pleasure to read one of Ms. Laurenston's book. The shifters are all so different and so much fun!! It is definitely never boring, EVER!!

One new specie appear, the honey badger. And what an entrance. I think theses are the craziest and meanest of all species, which is not a minor accomplishment. Livy and Vic are so cute and sweet together, despite Livy mean streak.
The story involves a lot of already settled characters as well as new ones which I love.
A great read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bite Me (Pride, #9) by Shelly Laurenston 25 mars 2014
Par Diane Lynch - Publié sur
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Livy Kowalski is a honey badger shifter that comes from a family of felons. Vic Barinov is a bear-tiger shifter hybrid whose parents help put many of Liz’s family behind bars. The unlikely couple work together to bring the man who killed Livy’s father to justice – the shifter way.

I love Shelly Laurenston. Every time I read her work, I laugh so hard I cry. Seriously, how does she come up with this stuff? Maybe it’s because I’m an animal lover, but I adore all the quirks the different shape shifters have and how they related to the actual animal groups.

One evening I was reading the scene where Livy was jousting. I was laughing so hard I was afraid I was going to wake my family up.

Vic is one of the few people that gets Livy, especially her humor, which I love. Livy like other honey badgers is just mean. The two together are great, complementing each other well.

I love that Laurenston continues to use characters from the previous books, and I enjoy all their goofy conversations. I don’t think I will ever get enough of Dee-Ann Smith’s wolf and Cella Malone’s tiger antics. Plus, the books would not be the same without Blayne, she just so, well, Blayne. Then there are the male lions and their hair. The list goes on.

I’m so glad I discovered Shelly Laurenston years ago. She is one of those authors whose books I reread. If you have never read her work, you have got to do so. Especially if you enjoy laughing.

Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Possibly The Best Yet (The Most Insane Anyway :) 25 mars 2014
Par Douglas C. Meeks - Publié sur
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Livy and Vic are the most unlikely couple I have read about in quite some time, couple that with a plot that had to be hatched in some asylum someplace, a world where mental health is a weakness and you have Shelly Laurenston's latest novel, Bite Me.

I had forgotten how much I liked these novels since it has been a long time since the last one for me, it had me laughing regularly from start to finish but then you have to really love her humor to truly enjoy these novels.

These books are actually supposed to be a paranormal romance of sorts but underneath all that is a story of murder, mayhem, insane relatives, equally insane friends who love you and revenge (I love revenge).

One of the things I do enjoy about this series is that hardly anyone ever goes away, they almost all show up in each book and play a part, some larger than others but all the favorites from past books are usually around (including the Smiths) and this is no exception.

This book was so much fun you hardly notice that there are some serious things going on at times (aside from the romance that takes a back seat many times in this book). Great writing, insane humor that appeals to a lot of people (like me) and a great ending are all trademarks of Shelly Laurenston's books and this one stays true to form. 4.5 Stars and if you ever enjoyed any of her books you WILL enjoy this one.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 All kinds of Shiftery goodness! 26 mars 2014
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Ahhh Shelly Laurenston. The woman knows how to write a killer shifter romance that's non-stop fun, totally crazy and absolutely entertaining. I had such a good time Livy and Vic. They're a riot and just perfect together in that wonderfully weird way Laurenston has of mixing personalities and species. This time...a honey badger and a tiger bear. Heh. Gotta love it. I loved their personality differences--Livy's very much a Honey Badger and quick to go off and Vic's so rocking the laid back bear half of himself that loves order and calm. It was so fun watching them tease each other, drive each other a little batty and fall in love with someone who had truly become their best friend. Gah that so makes me go all *girly swoony*.

With deliciously snarky wit, a wonderful friends to lovers romances, drama and a wee bit of danger Bite Me was just an excellent way to end the series. It had me laughing until my cheeks hurt, sighing in shiftery delight and whewboy fanning myself too because Vic? He so brings the heat and sexy.

Note: While a lot of the books in the series really work fine as stand alone books Bite Me...not so much. Pretty much every past character (so it seemed) made an appearance in this one in some way, shape or form and it would be incredibly confusing and I don't really think as entertaining (since you don't know the back stories) if you hadn't read the other books first. So a heads up on that.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 fun, fun, fun 29 avril 2014
Par Larabora - Publié sur
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This newest installment of the Pride series is the typical fun ride I have come to expect from Ms. Laurenston. The story includes a lot of characters from her older books, tying everyone in her world together in one big ball of laughs. I respect that rather than turn in a substandard story, we had to wait a bit longer than expected for this book. Too many writers seem to be writing to their deadlines, rather than developing stories and plots that readers will enjoy as much as their earlier works. I liked this book as much as her first one in ther series. Horray for consistency and quality!
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Why you should treat yourself to a Shelly Laurenston para-normal novel – (beginning with the 1st in the series):
 Character Development:
The author does such an unbelievable job of blending the animal behavior in so well with the human side thus creating characters that are so realistic for a paranormal story that it is so easy to suspend belief and actually see the characters in your mind. The wolf shifters behave like wolves, the feline shifters do not act like lap cats, and bears lumber. The attitudes of the animal side are so well incorporated in the characters to make them real to the reader and cause a laughing spell. The characters are so well portrayed that a mental picture is easily established for the reader. You come to know the characters and can’t help but be not only fascinated by them but also care about them.

 Humor:
The humor can be considered rude, crude, sarcastic and totally believable for the characters. It is so realistic that you can imagine yourself saying the same thing in the same situation. The interactions between the determined Alpha Males and the Strong Willed Females are some of the funniest moments in the novels that I have ever read. The attitudes of the animal side are so well incorporated in the characters to make them real to the reader and cause a laughing spell. (Warning, do not start reading any of these books in public if you don't want people staring at you when you start giggling uncontrollably. I am a grown woman - I never giggled - until I started reading this series.)

 Alpha Males:
Strong, caring, not perfect Alpha Males that when they set their minds to making a certain female his – has no problem being as sneaky as a feline, as determined as a wolf or as patience as a bear. Each novel involves a different Alpha who comes across that particular female that just happens to make him want to roar or howl to let everyone know that she is his and his only, if he can only get that suborn female to acknowledge it.

 Strong Female Characters:
In the animal world, the female of the breed is often more dangerous than the male and/or capable of taking care of themselves and not waiting to be "rescued". This means that the females in any of Laurenston’s novels are strong, sarcastic and are fighters whether shifter or human. They do not suffer fools or weaklings gladly or at all. It takes a strong Alpha male to even get their attention but he had better not try any sh*t on them or they’ll take his a** down a notch.

 Originality and Creativity:
Out of this world! The only way to describe it is to tell you what it is not:
No fated mating – each couple has their own unique reason as why they find themselves attracted to each other – just as in the real world.
None of the same plot line just with a different couple – each novel has a unique plot line – no repeats or rehash.
No cardboard cutouts for characters. Every character has his or hers unique personality – again, just like in the real world.
This still does not touch on how creative the writing is – there are just no words to really describe it.

 World Building:
Both the South and New York are used as backdrop for this series and the author successfully incorporates the regions with all their local uniqueness. I did live in New York but, I've lived in the South most of my life and while most parts are urban and not so "country", there is still to this day what one could call "redneck" communities that are as "unique" as Smithville or Smithtown. And YES - there are adults named Sissy and even some Bubbas (I don't like to admit it - but, yes I have known a few of them.)

 Editing Problems:
Simply put – there are none.

The series must be read in order because the world building is continued from one novel into the next. Also, the previous characters are continued into the next novel as part of the world building which creates a unique world that you are able to visit whenever you get a chance to escape from this reality.
If you like your romance to be sweet with the female protagonist waiting for her "Knight in shining armor" to save her - this novel is not for you.
If you are offended by explicit sex scenes and profanity - again, this novel is not for you.
If you want your hero or male protagonist to be the strong but sensitive type - this novel is not one you will enjoy.
If you do not like or get sarcastic humor - then skip this series.

This is a very long review but please keep reading.
If you look at all my reviews you will see that the first couple pages are all 5* reviews for Shelly Laurenston/ G A Aiken novels as well as a few other authors (after that you can see the good, bad and real ugly). That is because I have done the authors an injustice and am finally catching up on what I should have done a long time ago. I usually do not review all the books in a series unless or until they start to go downhill. I figure that once you are hooked on a series it does not matter what anyone says – you’ll make up your own mind to either stay or quit the series. I did not think that maybe my reviews might actually help on newer books in the series – attract attention from readers who were not even aware of the wonderful writings of the authors. That is why you will see this same review on most of the novels. I actually did an injustice to one of the few writers who actually help me get through this past year events because I just did not want to take the time to write a review.

Last summer, I had several life altering events that happened to me – not the good type either. The events, the constant problems that had to be resolved after, the decisions that had to be made were all devastating emotionally, physically and financially. (The old saying that trouble or bad things come in threes is a lie – it can be multiples of that.) It was a time when I wasn’t taking a day at a time – I was taking it minute by minute – just to get through the next decision – face the next problem. Late one night when once again sleep eluded me, I picked up my e-reader and scanned my books to see if I could distract myself with anything. My eyes fell on my section of Shelly Laurenston novels. I started with the 1st in the series – The Mane Event and for the 1st time during that period I could escape from all the pain, troubles and sorrows that I was experiencing. While I couldn’t laugh – they did make me smile and forget for just a little while everything else. While I have read other author’s novels over the past year, it has been Shelly Laurenston/G A Aiken’s series that I have read over and over again to escape to a more pleasant place – to smile again. And for that, Shelly Laurenston deserves a 5* review on every one of her books that I have practically memorized over the past year.
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