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Book review: C.A. King – Tales Always Wins (@PortalProphecy )

Brodie had fought his nature. He had repressed and denied his shifter half since the reviewnight his first shift had taken those he loved most away from him. He kept his head down and embraced a pacifist lifestyle. So the forced invitation to anger management came as a surprise, as did the sudden assault charge and the discovery that the government had now set their sights on shifters. Long ago dangerous dogs had been driven to extinction, now it seemed the same was about to happen to certain breeds of shifters. Brodie finds himself in an impossible situation. He can either submit to Zeus and embrace all that he is, or find himself imprisoned and without rights. It seemed an impossible choice, and he is certain there is more to Zeus’ agenda than meets the eye. Can he find the strength to uncover the truth and do what needs to be done?

Tails Always Wins is an urban paranormal fantasy written by C.A. King. it focuses on Brodie and Tails as the central characters, and their coming together against the odds. Both are remarkable in their own right, and together they are a team to be reckoned with. The plot is gripping, entertaining, and a precursor to so much more. Watching the characters evolve and discover the truth about each other, their pasts, and what the future could hold was brilliant. Challenges and uncertainty merge with prejudices and injustice to create a gripping and enchanting plot with a few twists and surprises in store. Tails is a remarkable character, strong, courageous, and more than a little manipulative. I look forward is seeing what happens in the next book of the Chasing Tails series.

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