The Chimera are a race so old, the humans relegated them as a myth. The Gods feared the Chimeras’ powers; they believed they were a deadly race, with physical abilities beyond belief. So, they split their race in half condemning them to wander the earth, searching for their other half to be complete. Without their sodalis, each was destined to live life without dreams, without love, without hope. The future rested on finding their one true mate for life.
SHELBY O’NEIL has led a solitary life with her parents. So when she goes to school at Washington State University, she believes her life has just begun. Now in her second year, the dreams begin. She dreams with the same man, night after night for months. When her dream world becomes her reality, and her life becomes a danger zone, she quickly learns to trust the one man who has thrown her into this new and dangerous world.
DEVELON COLE is Chimera and his race has been on earth as long as humans. His people were desperate to find their one true mate for life, and Develon had just found his, in the small college town of Pullman Washington. His goal was to protect her against the hunter’s and guide her into who she was always destined to be, his sodalis, his mate.
Transition had a nice smooth and quick pace from start to finish. It was a light and pleasant read. I enjoyed the main characters and the plot. There were a couple times that the dialogue seemed a bit unnatural to me, but it didn’t distract me from the book too much.
It wasn’t a heavy story. I didn’t feel a deep connection to the characters, but I still enjoyed them. The plot was interesting, but the conflict didn’t seem to be too big of a deal.
So, I would rate this a high 3 stars! While it wasn’t something that touched me in any great way, it was still a pleasant read, and I’d definitely look forward to reading more about the Chimera Hunters!
About the Author
Megan S. Johnston
is a freelance writer and entrepreneur living in the Pacific Northwest. In addition to writing fiction, she runs several family-owned and operated businesses, which she started over twenty years ago. She is an avid reader of paranormal romance and a member of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. She has four children and seven grandchildren and lives with her husband and two boxers in Washington State. Transition, The Chimera Hunters Series, is her début novel.