When a group of lonely shifters came together during their service with the Royal marines, they never imagined the strong pack that would develop between them. Channeling their special operative training, they built a security firm with two alpha wolves at the head of a motley crew of shifters not known for playing well-together.
They’ve lived their lives as outcasts from their own individual species of shifters choosing to form a family with each other instead. Until Now. Follow the Blackbird pack as they fall victim to love one by one.
Can they guard their own hearts?
The Blackbird Anthology is the complete Blackbird series containing: Ivy, Natasha, Masquerade, Twelve Days and Under Fire. It also contains the newly released Lorcan.
Dahlia Donovan wrote her first romance series after a crazy dream about shifters and damsels in distress. She prefers irreverent humour and unconventional characters. An autistic and occasional hermit, her life wouldn’t be complete without her husband and her massive collection of books and video games.
All the books in the Blackbird series in one place. I loved this series. Between the snarky comments and steamy hot sex scenes it has something for everyone. You fall in love with the characters and I will be sad when the series is over. As a added bonus you get to read Lorcan's story.
A continuation of the Blackbird Security series with Lorcan, a hare shifter, being the focus with his long term partner Ronan.
This was a different read to the other stories in this series because their relationship was already well developed. It was interwoven with the ongoing storyline of hunting down human traffickers.
Whilst I enjoyed reading 'Lorcan', it was a very quick read that felt as though there was something missing from. What was missing for me was the camaraderie from the rest of the team as they are separated for different tasks.
This is a the entire series all together in one great volume! Whether you have read these books before or not having them all in one spot makes for easier reading and there is the added bonus of seeing inside the lives of two characters whose story has yet to be told in Lorcan.
Lorcan shows the struggles they have gone through and also how they have overcome it. You also see more to the storyline as the blackbird team goes after the bad guy once again.
After having read the excellent "After the Scrum," a gay male romance set in Cornwall, I picked up this earlier series by the same author. I gave it up at 20%. It just wasn't interesting enough for me to continue. No one raises an eyebrow at a woman dating two men together. The plot seems to revolve around flirting, photography, and shopping.
Good premise for a story, but the brilliant ideology fell way to short on delivery. it was a poor excuse for a novel although it appeared to be several novellas, continuing a flimsy tale. The characters seem to use constant and unnecessary slang terminology. Very little character or plot development
I've read others work by this author which when checking the timeline realised that she improved over time, however this story lacks any real substance,