Karen Ridley is a psychic and way over
her head at the moment. She has come home to get away from
the psychic community that has deemed her not psychic enough
for them. However, home has itís own worries for her Ė namely
her ex-fiancť, his mate and his twin brother. Karen was close
to Brandon until misspoken words put a break in their
friendship. Home is also the pack house and Karen is
currently in a breeding cycle Ė not a good time to be around
Brandon Weis has known ever since he
first met Karen that she was his mate. After fighting his way
up from being the pack Omega, Brandon is still trying to
figure out exactly where he belongs in the pack now. It
doesnít help that he is at odds with his twin brother.
Brandon comes to Karenís rescue her first
night back in town and that begins the renewed sparks between
them. Karen and Brandon quickly realize that someone is
trying to kill her and he really doesnít care who gets hurt on
the way. Now the entire pack is involved, but Brandon knows
that to be the man and wolven he needs to be he will have to
keep his chosen mate safe. But how did you keep an
independent person safe from a psychic that has gone wacko?
PMSing is the second in the
Blue-collar Worker Werewolves series and surrounds two of my
favorite characters in the first book. Brandon has always
allowed himself to be treated as the Omega until the Alpha
forced him to stand up for himself. Karen was a friend with
both twins and thought she had lost them both after her break
up from Brandonís brother. However, that could not be the
furthest from the truth as Brandon is about to show her.
Karen and Brandon have to do more than just keep her safe from
danger; they also have to find a way to cement them back into
the pack. PMSing has both serious and humorous
threads that go through it. I was once again caught up into
this most unusual pack and its members. I canít wait to see
which of the pack members is next to discover his mate.
Although I do have a couple that Iím hoping it will be. I
recommend PMSing to any and all shifter fans,
especially if you enjoy a bit of humor.
Note to Reader: I would recommend that
you read the first novel in this series (Weremones)
prior to PMSing as it takes off a few years
later from where the first story ended.