Review: Solidify (Woodland Creek) by Alexia Purdy

27414992Title: Solidify (Woodland Creek)
Author: Alexia Purdy
Published: Nov. 15, 2015
Publisher: Lyrical Lit. Publishing  
Pages: 167
Genre: Paranormal
Review: ARC provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, 

Woodland Creek Series.
30 Authors. 30 Shifter Stories.

This is a standalone paranormal shifter romance.

Being a hero is overrated.

Malachi Arend is a brazen loner who wants nothing more than to get the hell out of the small town of Woodland Creek. As he’s leaving, he stumbles across a nurse named Phoebe Reynolds, a newly minted Caladrius shifter who takes the shape of a snow-white bird. She ignites something unexpected inside him, thwarting his attempt to leave.

When a vengeful spirit begins attacking the townspeople, Malachi and Phoebe are drawn into the fray. Phoebe’s transformation could be tied to the attacks, but whoever is responsible might also be seeking to finish what they started, and all of Woodland Creek may pay the price.

Malachi never wanted to be a hero, but it seems he doesn't have a choice.

I received this book to give an honest review.

Malachi is a shifter and is tired of being the town of Woodland Creek no one likes him and he is okay with that. His past is what has people talking about him and what not but who cares about that right. As he is leaving something has fallen right in front of him as he is leaving. As we read on we learn who this person is her name is Phoebe and unknown to herself she is a shifter. Of course being a shifter in the town you are suppose to be quiet no one is to know. So how did Phoebe become one? Phoebe and Malachi end up becoming close to each other and learning about each other's past, while learning about each other they are on the hunt for the person or shifter who is turning people into stone. How cool is that right? As soon as I read that part the first thing that came to my mind was Medusa! Will they capture whoever is behind it or will the town become stone? You gotta read to find out. 
Now the reason I gave this book a four and not a five was the quick action scene towards the end I felt it was too quick. I totally understood why it was that way but I wanted a bit more action. Maybe get the shifter to come out and play. 
I do want to read more of the town of Woodland Creek just the name calls out to be a good place to read about. 

Alexia Purdy
Alexia currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada–Sin City! She loves to spend every free moment writing or playing with her four rambunctious kids. Writing has always been her dream and she has been writing ever since she can remember. She loves writing paranormal fantasy and poetry and devours books daily. Alexia also enjoys watching movies, dancing, singing loudly in the car and Italian food.

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