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Take one sweet, sexy farm girl from a family of sheep shifters ... All her life, curvy farm girl Julie Capshaw has been told to stay away from the werewolf pack next door. As every sheep shifter knows, the big bad wolf is nothing but trouble. But Julie made friends with their son Damon anyway. Now she's come home from college to find that Damon's grown up into the bad Take one sweet, sexy farm girl from a family of sheep shifters ... All her life, curvy farm girl Julie Capshaw has been told to stay away from the werewolf pack next door. As every sheep shifter knows, the big bad wolf is nothing but trouble. But Julie made friends with their son Damon anyway. Now she's come home from college to find that Damon's grown up into the bad-boy wolf shifter of her dreams. Add one smoking hot, motorcycle-riding wolf shifter ... The son and heir of his pack's alpha, Damon Wolfe has his hands full trying to save his pack from an attempted takeover by a rival wolf clan. And he still thinks of Julie as the cute kid next door. But Julie's grown up and gorgeous, and the instant their eyes meet across a crowded farmer's market, Damon realizes that the girl next door was his mate all along. Mix with steamy sex and a hint of danger ... Damon's scorching touch sets Julie on fire — and lights the fuse on a powder keg. Now the star-crossed lovers are running to keep one step ahead of their enemies, with an enemy alpha gunning for Damon's head and their families' long-running feud about to explode. Can this red-hot Romeo and Juliet find a way to be together, before the curtain comes down on their happy ending? This is a sizzling, standalone novel. No cliffhangers!


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Take one sweet, sexy farm girl from a family of sheep shifters ... All her life, curvy farm girl Julie Capshaw has been told to stay away from the werewolf pack next door. As every sheep shifter knows, the big bad wolf is nothing but trouble. But Julie made friends with their son Damon anyway. Now she's come home from college to find that Damon's grown up into the bad Take one sweet, sexy farm girl from a family of sheep shifters ... All her life, curvy farm girl Julie Capshaw has been told to stay away from the werewolf pack next door. As every sheep shifter knows, the big bad wolf is nothing but trouble. But Julie made friends with their son Damon anyway. Now she's come home from college to find that Damon's grown up into the bad-boy wolf shifter of her dreams. Add one smoking hot, motorcycle-riding wolf shifter ... The son and heir of his pack's alpha, Damon Wolfe has his hands full trying to save his pack from an attempted takeover by a rival wolf clan. And he still thinks of Julie as the cute kid next door. But Julie's grown up and gorgeous, and the instant their eyes meet across a crowded farmer's market, Damon realizes that the girl next door was his mate all along. Mix with steamy sex and a hint of danger ... Damon's scorching touch sets Julie on fire — and lights the fuse on a powder keg. Now the star-crossed lovers are running to keep one step ahead of their enemies, with an enemy alpha gunning for Damon's head and their families' long-running feud about to explode. Can this red-hot Romeo and Juliet find a way to be together, before the curtain comes down on their happy ending? This is a sizzling, standalone novel. No cliffhangers!

30 review for Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Brown

    A completely adorable paranormal romance about the forbidden love between a werewolf boy and a weresheep girl. The Capshaw sheep shifters and the Wolfe werewolves have carried on a feud for generations in their small town. It’s less murder in the dark, and more avoiding each other, getting in fist fights, and bringing up thirty-year-old fender-benders at inopportune moments. But Julie Capshaw and Damon Wolfe secretly befriended each other as little kids, until it ended disastrously when their fa A completely adorable paranormal romance about the forbidden love between a werewolf boy and a weresheep girl. The Capshaw sheep shifters and the Wolfe werewolves have carried on a feud for generations in their small town. It’s less murder in the dark, and more avoiding each other, getting in fist fights, and bringing up thirty-year-old fender-benders at inopportune moments. But Julie Capshaw and Damon Wolfe secretly befriended each other as little kids, until it ended disastrously when their families found out. Julie went off to college, while Damon stayed home. But her English literature degree was about as profitable as one might expect, so back she came to help out at the family farm. Her future stretched before her, long and dreary and full of potatoes. Needless to say, Julie and Damon’s childhood friendship turns into a very adult romance. But can they overcome his abusive father who rules the pack with an iron fist, the asshole alpha of a neighboring pack angling for an arranged marriage with Damon’s sister, and millennia of bad blood between wolves and sheep? Of course they can! It’s a romance! But a romance that takes some rather unpredictable turns in the middle, giving it excellent narrative drive. In other unconventional elements, it has a lot of focus on the families rather than just on the main couple, and not just on characters who can be paired up in later books. I especially enjoyed the rifle-toting sheep grandmother. And, of course, there’s the sheep. The worldbuilding is sketched in lightly but convincingly and originally for both species, from the different ways that sheep eyes work to the different cultural attitudes toward romance. And all the descriptions of sheep running around being heroic and the heroine’s little sheep hooves clattering over the floor never failed to crack me up. It’s funny and sweet, instant comfort-reading.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Sheep shifter, Julie Capshaw has returned after college trying to figure out what her next step is. When she sees Damon Wolfe, the son of the alpha of the wolf pack, she knows he is her mate. Julie had felt a connection when they were younger, but their families long running feud forced them apart. Damon knows Julie is his mate, he wants to claim her but with that it comes with possibly having t leave their families for good. When Damon's father is attacked, Damon is put in danger. With Julie's Sheep shifter, Julie Capshaw has returned after college trying to figure out what her next step is. When she sees Damon Wolfe, the son of the alpha of the wolf pack, she knows he is her mate. Julie had felt a connection when they were younger, but their families long running feud forced them apart. Damon knows Julie is his mate, he wants to claim her but with that it comes with possibly having t leave their families for good. When Damon's father is attacked, Damon is put in danger. With Julie's help, Damon tries to protect his pack as well as hers. Can old rivals build a new future together? The overall concept of this story was intriguing, but I found that it was a bit rushed. With mates it can be instant, but had a few holes that I think could have elevated the story. Liked Julie, she was sweet and strong. Damon was a strong man but was a little lost. Would check out more by this author.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    This one hit a personal nerve really early on and I found I just couldn't continue. It features a brutally abusive father as a central obstacle that I could see would provide the main antagonist to the story. I couldn't stomach it. I didn't want to see any more, even if I can be reasonably certain they overcome in the end. I don't want to witness the getting there. So I called it quits and will leave it unrated because I didn't get more than a chapter or two past the prologue. This one hit a personal nerve really early on and I found I just couldn't continue. It features a brutally abusive father as a central obstacle that I could see would provide the main antagonist to the story. I couldn't stomach it. I didn't want to see any more, even if I can be reasonably certain they overcome in the end. I don't want to witness the getting there. So I called it quits and will leave it unrated because I didn't get more than a chapter or two past the prologue.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Holly Bargo

    Sweet, some witty repartee Pairing a wolf with a sheep is a bold move, but it works in this story. The hero isn't unbearably alpha with boorish, womanizing tendencies. The heroine isn't a ball of insecurities or impossibly beautiful. These are salt-of-the-earth folks who come from farming families -- refreshing, that. Well written with a smattering of witty repartee, this book is really enjoyable, if not spectacular. A solid four stars. Sweet, some witty repartee Pairing a wolf with a sheep is a bold move, but it works in this story. The hero isn't unbearably alpha with boorish, womanizing tendencies. The heroine isn't a ball of insecurities or impossibly beautiful. These are salt-of-the-earth folks who come from farming families -- refreshing, that. Well written with a smattering of witty repartee, this book is really enjoyable, if not spectacular. A solid four stars.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Margaret A

    Review Your stories always make you wanting more! I hope that more stories might be coming from others characters in this story. I also would enjoy more stories from the shifter agents stories. The suspense and intrigue is so riveting !

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Singleton

    https://www.amazon.com/review/R21YPFU... https://www.amazon.com/review/R21YPFU...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Other Writer

    Sweet twist on Star-Crossed with a solid dose of humor. Very much found this enjoyable, and story doesn't suffer if you jump the more adult bits. Delivered nicely on my happy ending. Sweet twist on Star-Crossed with a solid dose of humor. Very much found this enjoyable, and story doesn't suffer if you jump the more adult bits. Delivered nicely on my happy ending.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    DNF at about 75% New adult but with shifters, declarations of never-ending love (and multiple rounds of sex in forbidden places) within hours of seeing each other for the first time in ten years, young people acting stupidly and impulsively, etc. Lots of things I really don't enjoy reading. When it got to the point where I starting skimming more than I was reading, I figured I really didn't care how things turned out and simply called it a day. This just was not my kind of story. DNF at about 75% New adult but with shifters, declarations of never-ending love (and multiple rounds of sex in forbidden places) within hours of seeing each other for the first time in ten years, young people acting stupidly and impulsively, etc. Lots of things I really don't enjoy reading. When it got to the point where I starting skimming more than I was reading, I figured I really didn't care how things turned out and simply called it a day. This just was not my kind of story.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Walden

    Different take on a forbidden shifter romance. Kindle Unlimited standalone book. He's a wolf shifter and she's a sheep shifter. Their families don't like each other and when they are young they where friends, until his dad finds out. 10 years later, she returns and finds out that there may have been more to their friendship then kids having fun. Good read. Different take on a forbidden shifter romance. Kindle Unlimited standalone book. He's a wolf shifter and she's a sheep shifter. Their families don't like each other and when they are young they where friends, until his dad finds out. 10 years later, she returns and finds out that there may have been more to their friendship then kids having fun. Good read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nerissa Ayala Lesko

    Love it! I love it when a book I didn't know what to think of turns out to be be a gem. This book is a gem. I am looking forward to the next one, I wish it was out already. I am so glad I took a chance on this book and you will be too. Read it!!! Psst... I would love to read about Terry or Gray next Love it! I love it when a book I didn't know what to think of turns out to be be a gem. This book is a gem. I am looking forward to the next one, I wish it was out already. I am so glad I took a chance on this book and you will be too. Read it!!! Psst... I would love to read about Terry or Gray next

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lorena Helfers

    Well, now I can breathe Wolves aren't very nice to sheep, so in human form things seem to change. There are always those who like to throw their weight around until the real hero comes along. Thank goodness for his mate. Nice romance added to the reading. Well, now I can breathe Wolves aren't very nice to sheep, so in human form things seem to change. There are always those who like to throw their weight around until the real hero comes along. Thank goodness for his mate. Nice romance added to the reading.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Susan Epps

    Enjoyed the story Loved the H/ h. Interesting story--- different t then other shifter book. Well_written. But I did not like the last chapter. -- the sex scene in that chapter was to long and detailed, I had to skip it -- it was to force and do much for the last chapter .

  13. 4 out of 5

    Donna Newcome

    Sweet story! This was a good story about Shifters. Depressing in places but a good book overall. Nice ending. You should read this!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Helen Neave

  15. 4 out of 5

    CJ

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shana

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Not my favorite of Lauren Esker's shifter romances, but still 3.5 on Amazon The relationship is more or less insta-love, since they've only exchanged a few sentences *as adults* before hopping into the hayloft, though it still manages to be kind of a sweet story, partly because of the youthful, NA vibe. It's a variation on those recognition-of-fated-mate stories, and although the heroine had considered that possibility just a myth, she doesn't take long to be convinced by her separated-and-now-re Not my favorite of Lauren Esker's shifter romances, but still 3.5 on Amazon The relationship is more or less insta-love, since they've only exchanged a few sentences *as adults* before hopping into the hayloft, though it still manages to be kind of a sweet story, partly because of the youthful, NA vibe. It's a variation on those recognition-of-fated-mate stories, and although the heroine had considered that possibility just a myth, she doesn't take long to be convinced by her separated-and-now-reunited unsuitable friend. The wolf pack is seriously messed up again — "again" meaning as referred to in "Guard Wolf". I wonder when Esker's going to give us a non-dysfunctional pack, after having claimed that wolves are all about family — though at least heading in that direction is part of the happy ending this time. The depiction of "alpha force", the dominant's ability to control pack members even against heir will, in the hands of a tyrant or an ambitious schemer, is scary. I was a smidge confused at one point, but realized that it's a matter of degree re. strength of will, the way a wolf with the potential can win to *become* alpha, NOT something the pack leader has *because* he's alpha. The heroine's grandmother is a great character, and there are some believable and appealing family moments, but I personally found some of the repeated fairy-tale-trope humor to be lame (and this is coming from a bad-pun lover!). The action parts are exciting, the protagonists are likable, and the proofreading is good (I only caught one typo, "thing" for "thin", and one syntax mismatch), so if you don't mind insta-love, I can recommend this as a quick read to pass a few hours.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  19. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  20. 5 out of 5

    don obrian

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hilary

  22. 4 out of 5

    Catrina

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bryn M kaelin

  25. 4 out of 5

    Robert A Ridgway

  26. 4 out of 5

    April

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christina Severdia

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donna

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pamela d Hutchins

  30. 5 out of 5

    Frances

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