Under Her Skin by Margo Bond Collins

Synopsis:

She’s lucky he’s a charmer… Lindi Parker works hard at being human, not an easy task for a snake shifter. She has no desire to search for others like her—until a new case changes everything. When Lindi learns that she she’s not the only shapeshifter in the world, she also realizes she might be next on a killer’s list. In order to save herself and the abused children she works with, she will have to team up with Dr. Kade Nevala, a member of the shifter tribe responsible for eradicating weresnakes—and the most attractive man Lindi’s ever met. Even more terrifying, she’ll need to embrace her serpent side, a choice that has enormous consequences for Lindi, and for everyone around her.

 

My Review:

*Copy gifted to me by the Publisher in exchange for an honest, unbiased review* This was the story of a lamia finding her place in the world. Lindi, a very powerful snake shifter, was taught early on to suppress her shifter side to fit in with society. It’s not clear to me how or why, but all of a sudden all the shifters can sense what she is. There’s a reason why lamias are near extinction and Lindi finds herself in danger on top of trying to solve child shifter murders. I found this novel intriguing, suspenseful and unique. A bit of romance is included but certainly not the main focus. Recommended to all shifter and paranormal fans out there. I give a 4 out of 5 rating.

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