In the ninth entry in Christine Warren's Others series, veterinarian Josie Barrett must team up with Eli Pace, sheriff and part-time were-lion, to contain a shapeshifting problem before its spreads like a virus. Contains mature themes.
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"As this hero and heroine struggle to uncover the truth behind a series of frightening events, Warren packs in lots of action and sexy sizzle." (Romantic Times)
I really wish that she would go into the realm of the werelions more often. It is a nice departure from all of the other werewolf and vampire books out there. Warren always writes a story that you don't want to stop listening to (or reading) and Kate Reading is one of the best as far as narration goes. I've yet to come across one of the series that I didn't like, and am purchasing #10 today.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
I jumped from Drive me Wild to this one. Drive me wild very good, but too short.
This still has humor, but just did not do it for me. I purchased as it was a paranoramal Lion shifter. Not much of this lion at all. review was a good teaser,but did not deliver.
make it a bit faster pace
she is pretty good
I do not think I will try any more. Either too short or long and boring. Maybe a better editor.
the author has the humor and just needs a rewrite on her outlines
I love this book. The one two punch of an excellent writer with an excellent narrator cannot be under estimated. That always keeps me coming back for more!
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