"No matter what it takes she will be his ... if he can keep her alive!"
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted August 1, 2013
Maya Anderson is a jaguar shifter who had been raised in
isolation only recently finding there are others like her
and she wants to explore that world. She had no idea she
would be the cause of a JAGUAR FEVER. She honestly just
wants to hang out with her own kind, how was she to know
that everything she thought she wanted was about to be
changed in an amazing way.
Wade Patterson had met Maya before [Savage Hunger] and now
that he knows she is free nothing will stop him from laying
a strategic claim on the beautiful shifter. Well there
might be a problem or two. He is part of a Special Forces
unit that police the shifters known as "Golden Claw" that
keeps him busy and sometimes all over the world, hard to
keep a lady happy when you are gone. Then there is the
illegal kidnapping and hunting of jaguars that he and his
brother are working on now which she some how gets herself
in the middle of. Of course her overprotective brother and
Maya's desire to prowl about with her new found "kin" are
just a few things this love struck alpha will have to work
out and overcome. He can only hope he can change her mind
and manage to survive to enjoy that victory.
JAGUAR FEVER has a multilayered, sizzling plot that will
have readers unable to put it down. At times the dialogue
is funny and others deeply moving especially as Maya comes
to terms with what she wants in life. There is enough
action and surprises to keep these kick-butt shifters busy
and enough steam to have the reader blushing. I hope author
Terry Spear has more of these shifters up her sleeve
because there are a couple of Wade's teammates that need a
story of their own. If you are looking for sexy shifters,
action in both human and shifter form, exotic locations,
romance and steamy love scenes JAGUAR FEVER is exactly what
She's being pursued by everyone, in more ways than
Even in an exotic world of
humans, jaguars, and tantalizing creatures who shift
between the two, Maya Anderson stands out from the crowd.
Interest from human suitors is bad enough, but when male
shifters give chase, the real trouble starts.
Who's the hunter and who's the prey?
Investigating the black marketing trade of exotic
animals keeps Wade Patterson more than busy. When he and
Maya both get entangled in a steamy jungle mission, it
becomes impossible to tell who is being hunted or who the
hunters are. Wade is desperate to survive this deadly game
of cat and mouse. But it's Maya's piercing eyes that keep
him awake at night.
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