Cass is a shapeshifter, as are all of
her family members. But, her family has gotten the “short
end of the shifter stick” -- no wolves, panthers, or tigers
for them. Cass is a mongoose and her grandfather was a
horny old goat. With all of this abnormality in her
personal life, she likes a bland work life, but she seems to
find all the odd co-workers. She even chats online with
friends about them and makes up cute names. Her best friend
online is Dar, and he seems to go through women as fast as
some people buy bread.
What will happen when these two friends
end up working together, purely by coincidence? Will Cass’s
odd relatives scare him off? Or will whoever is breaking
into Cass’s house make it all moot?
Over the Wall is just too funny. For all
those out there who dream of shapeshifters, this is one
story that in a way picks on the genre but also will make
you laugh. I loved how Cass describes the people in her
“cube world” and imagined some of them in my workplace.
This story has it all: from snakes and snake men, to aliens
and anime. There is at least one romantic encounter where
one of the partners is partially shifted, which I thought
was funny. If you want a laugh-out-loud fun read, with some
extremely hot sex scenes, you need to find Over the