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Changeling Dream Paperback – Bargain Price, June 28, 2011
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It's not a bad story, or a bad book per se, but it's also not particularly original in concept either, and just wasn't for me. I have to say that I found myself wondering what exactly it is about this series that others have recommended highly. If you are a fan of shifters, or Changelings as this author likes to call them, you'll probably like it, but if's not something I'd go out of my way to recommend.
The reason I say "most" every minute is because when I started it I was really disappointed to find it was not a continuation of Zoey's adventures. I expected something more on the lines of the Anita Blake series by Laurell Hamilton or the the Otherworld series by Yasmine Galenorn where one follows the life of the main charactor(s). I didn't realize that the Dani Harper series was going to change the main charactor in each book.
However, that disappointment disappeared almost immediately. Jillian came alive in the first chapter and I enjoyed her story just as much as I did Zoey's. I also liked finding out how Zoey's life was going as a background to Jillian's story.
I highly recommend this book, along with the first one and the third, because, yes, I have read them all! So when is the next one coming out?
EDIT: I was very disappointed when doing a search for other books by Dani Harper to find that this same story was published in 2007 as "Heart of the Winter Wolf". I find no mention in "Changeling Dream" or on the Amazon discription of the book identifying it as being previously published under a different title and find this unsettling. I don't mind that the book has been republished under a different title but not having that information in the description of the book on Amazon or at least in the title page part of "Changeling Dream" is, in my opinion, deceitful. For that reason I have removed two of the original five stars I rated this book.
It's a quick, fun read. Good steam, great chemistry between the H/h. Strong supporting cast. As previously, her 'bad guy' has a backstory that we don't really know - a little wooden - but that can be forgiven. Overall, it's highly enjoyable. I'm looking forward to seeing more of Harper's work.