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Claiming Their Christmas (Sugar, Spice, and Shifters anthology) by Ellis Leigh

Got a chance to review this anthology, and decided to start, naturally (for me, anyway) with the Feral Breed story.

Claiming Their Christmas is a sweet treat for me as I was sure the series has concluded.

I’m thinking all the Feral Breed couples are my favorite couple, each in their turn. Beast is pretty much still shell-shocked at learning Amber was his first, unfulfilled mate. Yes, the fates have changed their life course and chosen Calla for him, but since at first the fates chose Amber for him, he’s feeling extra responsible for her death. 

This little tale shows how support and unconditional love can heal a soul. Calla is amazing and strong, facing him and this challenge. Phoenix as a father figure and friend is fantastic at quietly supporting him and guiding him through, and their children being mated from birth is pretty much the funniest, most adorable thing ever.

I’m thinking tidbits of story like this one can hold us for years, feeling like the series never ended. *hing hing Ellis*

5 Stars


Ring in your holiday season with all-new holiday shifter stories from today’s hottest paranormal romance writers. From the sweetest of mating claims to the spiciest of holiday wishes come true, this set has a perfect present for every reader. Whether you’ve asked Santa for wolf shifters, werebears, or dragons, this box set of ALL NEW holiday tales from bestselling authors gives the best gift any lover of paranormal romance could want: a little naughty n’ nice with a whole lot of sugar n’ spice.

As for Claiming Their Christmas: It features Beast and Calla getting over the war at Merriweather Fields, dealing with a changing family dynamic, and getting naughty now and again.


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I read, review, flail and swoon.

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