Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Book Review: The Billionaire Shifter's Secret Baby by Diana Seere


Book Description

A masquerade ball in Malibu led to a single night of passion under the stars… and set the wheels of fate in motion.

Three years ago, waitress Kara Jablonski gave in to her wilder side with a fellow weretiger, the rock star billionaire Lars Jensen, a sun-kissed blond drummer with a viking's build. Six weeks later, the pregnancy test came back positive.

Knowing Lars' powerful, overbearing mother would be able to take the baby away, Kara did what she had to do.

She hid him.

Now chance has brought Lars back into her life, his touch making her pulse beat like the old legends. So strong, so loud, so bold.

So right.

But can she trust him to want more than another night under the stars? Can she trust him to claim his son as his heir... and Kara as his mate?

Fate responds with a roar...

The Billionaire Shifter's Secret Baby is a novella that stars Lars Jensen, a member of a shifter family with viking blood featured in earlier books in the series, and is part of the Howls Romance series as well: http://howlsromance.com

My Review

Lars and Kara hooked up in a one night stand three years prior. Lars kicked himself ever since then for not getting her number or some way to contact her because in just one night he absolutely fell for her. Lars is a rock star and a tiger shifter. While Kara is also a tiger shifter, she's not wealthy so when she finds herself pregnant after their encounter, she has the baby but doesn't try to reach out to Lars because she's afraid he or his powerful family will take her baby from her. 

She's not expecting to see Lars again but she does while she's in a club. She tries to hide but he's a shifter and can smell her. Once he finds out that he has a child, he was rude and I didn't like him much. I never really fell for his character during this story. And I think she accepted his apology much too easily. There is another storyline going on as well that is left open for the next book and I didn't like that too much so I hope that is cleared up in the next book. 

I give this book 3 out of 5 stars.