Review: Shifters in the Night by Molly Harper

Title: Shifters in the Night

Author: Molly Harper

Narrators: Amanda Ronconi, Johnathan Davis

Series: Mystic Bayou #5

Genre: Paranormal

Length: 6 hr 43 mins

3 stars - I liked it
3 stars – I liked it

Lia Doe came to Mystic Bayou to help build a housing complex for the new residents flocking to town now that the supernatural population has been outed. But from the moment she arrives, nothing goes as expected. She finds herself attracted to selkie shifter Jon, she is considering settling in one place for the first time, and her boss is acting very suspicious. 

This was another interesting book for the Mystic Bayou series. I can always count on Molly Harper to create an interesting and fun world with great characters, and sometimes a little bit of angst. I love that we are getting to see Mystic Bayou grow, especially since the word is out now and they are still dealing with the fallout from that. 

Lia was a doe shifter who is extremely organized and efficient. I really liked her. Jon Carmody was originally introduced in the story Selkies are a Girl’s Best Friend, as the brother of Will. He is a socially awkward, anxious, and very sweet man. I instantly fell in love with Jon, especially since he is a little insecure about himself, his business, and his relationship with Lia. Their relationship was a slower paced one but was still very cute. 

Overall, this was another wonderful couple for this series. Mystic Bayou will always be one of my favorite small towns and I really can’t wait for the next book. 

Trigger Warning: stalking and attempted forced relationship


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 How to Date Your Dragon
#2 Love and Other Wild Thing
#2.5 Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues
#3 Selkies Are A Girls Best Friend
#4 Always Be My Banshee
#4.5 One Fine Fae

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