Lisa: Coming of Age (Book 1 of The Guardian Shifters) by KM Lowe – Review by Anna Hirsch

Lisa: Coming Of Age (The Guardian Shifters, #1)Lisa: Coming Of Age by K.M. Lowe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lisa: Coming of Age (Book 1 of The Guardian Shifters) by KM Lowe
4 Stars

Lisa grows up knowing that she’s adopted. Around the age of seventeen, she learns that she is a wolf shifter. The truth about her birth parents is hard and she’s in denial for most of the book. The next few weeks of her life put her and her loved ones in danger.

The premise of the book was good. The book placed an importance on family which I liked. I loved the fact that the story was situated in Scotland. The author added a few Scottish words here and there although I would have expected more. I found Lisa’s childish tantrums redundant and somewhat off putting. There was too much unnecessary drama surrounding her denial. I liked the other characters in the book especially Jasper. I’m looking forward to reading part two because it’s about him.

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