The narrator, Gina Cedarwood, must be some Audible exec's niece in need of her first job. She made listening to the first half of this imaginative story very hard to get through. By then, she seemed to feel more confident and comfortable though she still needs lessons in order the keep up with the "Big Dogs". The story was worth the credit but I won't listen to this narrator again until she's gain more experience.
Crazy red head who's head over heels about family, friends and life in general!
This was a good story for a shifter/fantasy story. I enjoyed the main characters and the heat between the three made sense and seemed believable. I truly liked the way the author brings the "cats" to life and writes them with a good balance of animal and human traits. Overall, I would try another story by this author and would like to find out about the rest of the family.
This story had no redeeming qualities.
Her childish voice did nothing to enhance what is a poor story. And the childish tones certainly didn't help the supposedly lurid sex scenes.