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From New York Times best-selling author Evangeline Anderson comes the newest audiobook in the Cougarville series. Steamy and supernatural, the world of Stone Cold Fox is one in which blood and passion burn hot.

Cougarville's mechanic and resident Alpha fox shelters a mysterious woman who ignites his protective animal instincts when evil forces try to tear them apart.

Jo Ferrell has been cast out of her home for reasons she doesn't understand. The grey streak in her hair is gone, her body is younger, and there's an ominous shadow chasing her. With nowhere else to go, Jo finds shelter in a shed whose owner she wants nothing to do with - but he's too much to resist.

Reese Cooper has never felt a pull toward a woman like he does toward, Jo and his Fox is desperate to claim her as their mate. After offering her a place to stay, Reese finds it difficult to resist his beautiful new roommate. But when dark magic threatens their happiness, Reese will use all of his strength to protect the woman he loves...if he's not too late.

Stone Cold Fox is a fun, sexy, exciting audiobook that will make listeners want to revisit Cougarville again and again.

Author's note: Though I have tried to handle the subject sensitively, certain events in this book may make anyone with a history of past abuse upset. Please listen responsibly.

©2017 Evangeline Anderson (P)2017 Macmillan Audio

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  • Teresa
  • NAMPA, ID, United States
  • 09-06-18

Heroine is a bore.

While I like both Evangeline Anderson’s Alien Mate Index and Brides of the Kindreds stories this series is only just okay. I keep listening hoping for better, but I’m not a fan. I feel like all the females in this series is spineless and obtuse. The heroine was especially annoying in how much she denied being a shifter. It was hard to believe that she is totally cool with being a witch, but a shifter is too farfetched. I felt bad because she had such a bad experience, but I felt like the whole book was therapy for her and the book needed more action or spell casting or something. This one may be my last one from this series but not of Evangeline Anderson, even with the teaser at the end I’m just not sure I’m up to another one. Narrator was okay, her voice was a bit too much on the soft side and it didn’t help to enhance any excitement.

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I enjoyed this book as I did the others. I was incredibly frustrated by the lead woman character. For me since she was a witch and did magic it should’ve been easier for her to deal with the whole shifter idea. That the writer could bring out that response in me made me like the series that much more.
I look forward to listening to more books in the series.

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  • Caroline
  • 12-01-18

Cougarville is growing

Another fabulous book from Evangeline Anderson. This one tells the tale of a witch with the shifter gene who had been hurt in her past by men and asks result is leery of them. Having been kicked out of her previous home, she stumbles onto the property of fox shifter Reese Cooper, who attempts to help her.
Drama ensues, especially since Jo is unwilling to believe she has the gene and consequently tries to go her own way.
A good story line even if Jo irritated me but since I've never been in her shoes, not something I'm going to harp on.
Well worth the read (listen) and I look forward to more