OVER THE WALL
May 20, 2008
Full-figured heroine Shape-shifter Paranormal
Rating: 4 Cups
Cass Anne Kinsley comes from a fascinating family of shapeshifters. They are nothing like the ones spoken of in legends. She is a mongoose and her mother was a squirrel. When she meets a new colleague at work, it appears her life might be changing.
Dar works with Cass. Of course he has been there for a few years. After hearing that she believes him to be gay, he sets out to show her differently.
Cass wants a normal life. When her mother died, she and her father were left alone. After she was grown, he sold her the house and moved to Florida. While in training at her new job, she gets an earful of some of the trainees who love to expound more about their life than Cass needs to hear. Cass has always been bothered to speak to attractive looking men. When Dar speaks to her, she has no idea how to act. She believes he might be gay. Then she is able to talk to some others in her chatroom and learns that sexy Dar is not gay, and the handsome hunk wants her.
Over the Wall is an unusual kind of book and I mean that in a nice way. I love Cass and how she lives her life daily. She is fun, down-to-earth, and has a human quality I adored. To me, she is like the girl next door. Dar is cool and just the right icing on the cake for Cass. Theolyn Boese blends a charming tale with some good-hearted humor and a string of characters that add some fun in the workforce and the chatroom. I am sure she probably has more up her sleeve with Cass and her offbeat family. I look forward to reading more of her works.
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