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Roaring up the Wrong Tree

Grayslake: More Than Mated Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Kendall Taylor
Series: Grayslake: More Than Mated, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.5 out of 5 stars (259 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Half-hyena, Trista has spent years rotating between Grayslake, Redby, and Boyne Falls. When the Grayslake Itan - the local clan's werebear leader - orders a purge of all hyenas, she finds herself fighting to hold onto the hand-to-mouth life she's created. Her carefully built existence is threatened further when a gorgeous werebear strides into her life and demands not just her heart, but her very soul. She'll think about it, but not until her shift ends at seven.

Keen seems like a happy-go-lucky, sex-and-sin werebear, but that's nowhere near the truth. In reality, his inner-animal wants to go on a bloody rampage and kill half of Grayslake - just because it can. After that, it wants to claim the seductive, curvaceous half-hyena female Keen can't get out of his head. The animal doesn't care that most bears wouldn't mind a little hyena tartare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nope, it peers at her through Keen's human eyes and has one thought: mate. When push comes to shove, Keen has to decide if he would rather have the family he was born with, or Trista - the woman who makes him realize that true happiness comes in a lush, hyena-shaped package.

©2014 Celia Kyle (P)2017 Tantor

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Loved this story.

We get the background on Keen - finally. Trista is a prickly but likable character.
Enjoy.

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  • Valerie
  • Home Base is Utah
  • 01-10-18

Can I have one.

Good heavens...... Talk about tall dark and brooding. Really this one leaves you panting and craving more.

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One of the best yet

I love this series! This is the third and this one is super sexy, a little stressful, and the only one that made me cry so far. Love. Love. Love

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Hopefully

hopefully soon the other books that have already been written in this series will be arriving on Audible

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good book

The 3 star rating isn't because the author did anything different from the previous books. (I've really enjoyed them) Its more personal preference. I just didn't care for the main characters in this one.

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  • Jan
  • MKE
  • 06-11-18

Prejudice and treachery

urban-fantasy, angst, shifters, romance, prejudice

Being part hyena in Grayslake is almost as bad as it gets, the only thing worse is being sheltered by an Abrams in the clan leader's home by the youngest brother who has an even bigger load of baggage than the rest. She's been very poor and suffered in other ways as well, but in spite of everything they begin to heal each other. A very moving read.

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  • JC
  • CA
  • 05-30-17

The best so far.

The storyline in this one really captivated me. Most of the time, when it comes to the "will they make it or won't they" part, there's no real tension since you already know they'll make it. In this book though, I found myself so into the story, I was actually getting tense. I had to remind myself that they would be fine.

The narrator for these books is pretty good. She could work on having better voices for the male characters though. She does the lead male voice fine. It'll sounds like a man. The other male voices though will tend to sound less manly. Van's voice in this book sounded like a ten year old boy. Her acting and inflection though were both really well done.

I'm looking forward to the next book.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful