In yet another paranormal romance series, we got our shapeshifting Wyr (some as old as the formation of the Earth), our Vampyre (spelled with a y), human Witches, Goblins and other Demonkind and I forget what all else. They've divvied up the planet. In this outing, our heroine is probably Wyr, isn't really sure what she changes into, because she's never changed, an orphan. She has some intrinsic powers that make her very valuable and that caused her mother to raise her to keep herself a complete secret, but of course, living closeted sucks so she does tell someone and she does choose poorly so the book opens with her having to go steal something from the Most Powerful Wyr Of Them All. Antics Ensue.
The usual interspecies and crossover to human politics are present and handled in an average way. The slapstick humor is _amazeballs_. There are a ton of laugh out loud moments. The create-sexual-tension-and-sustain-it is somewhat above average. And it is clear right from the beginning where this series is going to go in terms of future couples.
If your other series have run their course, and humor is important to you, this is pretty good. Best of all, while it has the One True Mate thing (gah), the One True Mate thing applies to Wyr and not to mates of another species, making for some entertaining risks on the Wyr side (altho not for this couple). While the age thing is kind of extreme, it isn't explored in any sort of creepy way.