The fight continues in the Wildlands. Facing extinction, the Pantera have been given a miracle. A child. The first one in over fifty years. But even as they prepare to celebrate, the enemy strikes, putting at risk the fragile female who carries the hope of their people.
Charming, drop-dead gorgeous Hunter Bayon is thirsting for revenge on the enemies who slipped into the Wildlands and attacked Ashe and her vulnerable child. Pledging to track down the cowards, Bayon goes on the hunt, pursuing the humans to a nearby town. But searching their shabby hideaway, he makes a discovery that shocks him to his very soul and might very well destroy the heart of the Pantera.
Tattooed and pierced, sexy Nurturer Jean-Baptiste has been living in utter isolation. His cat is out of control, and the only thing that soothes the beast is a rare mineral he keeps inking into his skin. Until he meets her: Genevieve Burel. The beautiful and buttoned-up female puma is unlike anyone he's ever met. She makes his cat purr, and he knows he must possess her, mate with her. But the secret she's keeping might threaten not only their unbridled passion for one another, but the very future of the Pantera race.
Word Count: 45,000 words Books 3&4
This new series of double novellas are set in the world of the Bayou Wildlands. It contains hot, sexy shapeshifters, graphic language and adult themes. Now that you're warned, we hope you enjoy!
©2013 Laura Wright and Alexandra Ivy (P)2013 Laura Wright and Alexandra Ivy
The second book is better with more action and expansion of the story line. But I still wish they were full length books because the characters could use more depth than you can get in a novella.
The narration is still so poor with no sense of rhythm, no real ability to emote for the characters. The narrator is boring and really harms the story and makes it harder to enjoy what there is of the plot.
I don't regret the purchase. It's a good storyline that is unique but it needs more meat to be a top series. So much more could be done with these books if each hero had his own book. I love both of these authors and they do a great job. I think the stories just went way to fast.
Inflections were off. Too many dramatic pauses in places it didn't need it. Almost to the point of adding an extra 3 or 4 periods in one sentence. Some places she did good but in those it was almost like she tried too hard.
These stories have the potential to be great books but they are too short. It's two novella's crammed together and the story line went to fast. I wanted more from the story.
Great story but books were too short and the narrator was so-so. I don't regret them but doubt I'll listen to them again.
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