Author: Elizabeth Noble
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: TL Bland
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 09/07/2015
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: M/M Romance, Paranormal
Chaos reigns in The Sleepless City, and it’s really beginning to piss Detective Jonas Forge off. He’s got inner demons to battle and a life to build with his new soul mate, Blair Turner. Nothing is going right, and he already feels the universe is conspiring against him when a turn of events he never saw coming flips his world upside down.
Hallucinations grip the town and everyone in it, threatening to tear their precariously built family apart, and the only way forward is to bare all to each other. This means Declan and Blair need to learn to accept one another. Lucas Coate has to move forward without ties to his werewolf pack and live a monogamous life with Declan.
But while Forge and Declan confront horrors from their shared past, Simon learns a terrible truth about vampires—one he couldn’t have imagined in his worst nightmares.
I would recommend that you read the previous books in the series before starting Shifting Chaos as it almost feels the story comes full circle and then brings us back to the present with a bit more clarity.
There isn’t as much romance in this book. It’s more a look back in time to fill in some of the gaps and in doing so it uncovers some pretty heavy secrets that Blair and Forge in particular never wanted their friends to learn. These secrets are compounded by a paranormal force that is causing a lot of people in Flint to have hallucinations and lash out at their friends and lovers.
Shifting Chaos definitely pulls up a few surprises and for Forge there is the very real fear that once his secrets are out his lover and friends will turn their backs on him. I think this book just enhances the fact that this strange group of friends have formed strong bonds of friendship and love and they must once again all pull together to beat the darker side of the paranormal world.
This could quite easily be the end of the series or it could just as easily be another chapter in The Sleepless City saga – I guess we will have to wait and see.
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