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Released: February 23, 2015
Series: Wildcats #1
“We are back in the Shifters world. And it’s so good!!!” ~ Under the Covers
We are back in the Shifters world. And it’s so good!!! After the Shifters series ended I was satisfied but I wanted more. I’m so happy the author has decided to revisit it.
The romance in LION’S SHARE takes a center focus when young Abby all of a sudden is not so young anymore. After knowing her since she was just a kid, and seeing the trauma she’s been through, Jace sees her for the woman she’s now become. And he wants to take a bite.
The politics of the Prides and the council are back in full swing when a series of “cat” attacks leaves a string of dead humans behind. Jace, newest and youngest Alpha, and his enforcers are assigned to investigate and track down the possible stray responsible.
Sparks sizzle between Jace and Abby throughout this whole book. For me, loving Jace since the Shifters, I was beyond the moon with his characters getting an HEA. And this was a great story for him! I loved him with Abby. She’s challenging to him enough. And has always had an attraction to him.
And while Jace was perfect, I had some minor issues with Abby. Her rebellious attitude and her thought process during this book was getting annoying because she should’ve known there were other options for her.
But don’t think this book is strictly for readers of the Shifters series. I do recommend having the backstory and reading this in order, as the spinoff it’s meant to be. But if you want to be stubborn and just pick this up, then I think other that missing some info you can manage to understand this story. And being that the focus is more on the romance, you’ll be just fine!
I see plenty of stories that I’m more than excited about reading!
“What’s wrong?” Your hot chocolate doesn’t have enough whiskey?”
“The world doesn’t have enough whiskey.”
“What happened to the rest of your skirt”
“I left it in the nineteenth century.”
“You’ve gone over to the dark side.”
“Join me. I hear we have cookies.”
“I was starving for a taste of her, and a starving man can’t think straight.”
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