The Amazon jungle holds many dangers, as Kathleen McKnight well knows after her mission to bring down a drug cartel goes horribly wrong, leaving her the only survivor on her team. Determined to find the mysterious man who saved her, she returns to the jungle a year later only to find it holds more secrets than she could have ever imagined.
Since saving Kathleen, jaguar shifter Connor Anderson hasn't been able to get her out of his mind. When she returns to the jungle to seek him out, he only knows one thing: that he must claim her for his own.
©2012 Terry Spear (P)2014 Tantor
"The strength of Spear's writing lies in her ability to keep the reader emotionally in tune with the characters.... Spear's lush descriptions of the Amazon, and a few tantalizing loose ends, will leave readers hungry for more time in paradise." (Booklist)
Yes. I really enjoyed it.
Kathleen McKnight because she was a human who knew nothing about jaguar shifters at the beginning of the story, so I was seeing them through her eyes and learning about them alongside her. She was a strong, courageous female lead, which I loved.
Kathleen McKnight. Cartwright is a talented narrator who did all the voices well, but I prefer dual narration, where a woman reads the female parts and a man the male parts.
If you loved Romancing the Stone, you'll love this jungle romantic suspense with a paranormal twist.
This was a very suspenseful read with lots of twists that kept me guessing. It hooked me from the opening scene.
You had the strong male alpha and a strong female captain. Many times the story falters because one or the other plays hard to get for too long. In this case, once it's discovered that Kat has changed; Connor does his all to protect his family and get them to safety. Which is back home to Texas.
There is so much wrong with this story, I just don’t know where to begin.
Connor as an alpha male comes off as wimpy. He is a jaguar shifter who lets his sister have way too much control over his life choices. Who does that? And Kathleen come on, she is supposed to be a trained solider, but poor me falls apart after leading and the key word is leading a mission that ends in failure. Basically like this review the story is all over the place. The premise of the book was good, but the characters not developed. The love connection is forced. Even the bad guys come off as campy.
The narrator wasn’t that great. Save your credit.
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