Leander McLoughlin is leader of the Ikati, an ancient tribe of beautiful, savage shape-shifters who live hidden in the forests of England. Their survival is rooted in secrecy, a secrecy threatened by the very existence of one raised outside the tribe. Charged with capturing her before she can expose their secret, Leander tracks the unsuspecting outsider to Southern California. The great warrior is prepared for a fight — but not for the effect the courageous young beauty has on his heart.
Jenna Moore spent her childhood in hiding, on the run from an unseen enemy. Now her mother is dead and her father has vanished without a trace, leaving Jenna alone to contend with sudden strange, superhuman abilities. When handsome, enigmatic Leander McLoughlin appears, promising answers to all of her questions, she knows she shouldn’t trust him. But their connection is as undeniable as the dangerous destiny drawing her home….
©2012 J. T. Geissinger (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
From the author? No.
From the narrator? Yes.
The main character was an idiot. The book would have been shorter and more enjoyable if the main character could stop worrying about being 'free' and realized she could change the rules 1/3 into the book...when the rest of us caught on.
I enjoyed her skill at telling the story. Great narration.
Disappointment. The setting is great, the culture is rich and well thought out...but the main character is the dumbest one in the book and the bad guys are bad because they are bad. Lame. I wanted to know more about their back story.
I should have given up 1/3 of the way through when the main character missed a tip off the size of a bus...but the story kept me going.
The last 6 chapters all read like they could be the last though, that was disconcerting.
Wow! What a different kind of a shifter book. It was exciting from beginning to end. I loved Jenna and REALLY loved Leander. I felt bad for Christian, but he'll get over it. And Morgan? Can't even imagine what the heck she was thinking. And poor, poor Daria. A truly wonderful book. I would definitely recommend it.
As to the narrator. What can I say? She does a great job. Even though every man in every book she narrates sounds the same I'm alright with that because they DO sound like men.
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