"Suspenful, Exciting and Romantic"
Reviewed by Louise Evans
Posted August 2, 2013
JAGUAR FEVER by Terry Spear is exciting, funny and sexy.
Maya Anderson is excited to learn that there are more
jaguar shifters out there and cannot wait to meet more of
her kind. Her brother Connor is less than thrilled that
Maya is actively searching out others of their kind. Their
mother raised them apart from other shifters for a reason,
a reason that neither one of them know of, and to not trust
anyone but each other.
Maya has done some digging and has
learned they have cousins that live in the Houston area.
Her over protective brother and his mate Kat are in Belize,
she thinks nothing will happen if she meets two of her male
cousins at a shifter bar in Houston. She is sadly mistaken.
As soon as she walks in she has the attention of every male
shifter in the place. Her cousins are not there yet, but
Wade Patterson and his twin brother David are. Maya feels
that it is ok to sit with them until her cousins arrive,
but she still cannot forget that Wade had initially wanted
Kat. Wade had no idea that the jaguar that was protecting
her in the jungle was her brother, he thinks that Connor
had two mates. After some talking and dancing he learns the
When her cousins Huntley and Everett get there they
are surprised to see her with the Patterson brothers. After
some secret talk among the guys, Wade has David keep an eye
on Maya as he, Huntley and Everett go outside to talk. All
four of them are in "The Service", a special group that
enforcers the laws of shifters. Wade explains that he and
David are there to get information about a hunter that is
looking to buy a jaguar so it can be hunted on his
property. There are some guys there that could possibly be
who they are looking for.
There is a fight in the bar and
the five of them get out, but not before David gets hurt by
one of the guys that is in question. The group decides
heading back to Maya's is the best place to spend the
night. Wade learns that Maya is leaving the next day for
Belize to meet up with Connor and Kat. He is thrilled
because he and David are already booked on the same flight.
He confides in Maya that they are going there to look for
the hunters. Once in Belize JAGUAR FEVER takes a
suspenseful, intriguing and exciting turn.
I highly recommend reading JAGUAR FEVER if you like shifter
stories, a good romance or are a fan of Ms. Spears. Maya,
Wade and David are amazing characters. They are funny,
lovable and very loyal to each other and their species. The
way Ms. Spears describes the décor of the club and the
Amazon jungle almost make you feel like you can see the
greenery and hear the birds singing, she makes me want to
pack a bag and visit.
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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