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Change Of Heart

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  • Posted June 5, 2013

    Summary Jin Rayne is a werepanther banished from his tribe mainl

    Jin Rayne is a werepanther banished from his tribe mainly for being gay and continuously on the run since then. He and his best friend, Crane, find themselves in Lake Tahoe getting caught up in conflicts between the three local tribes. Then Jin is introduced to tribe leader Logan Church and he finds himself facing the mate he hoped never to find. This book sticks to the tried but true formula of mates being pre-destined for each other and bonding at first site. If this idea works for you, then so will this book. Change of Heart by Mary Calmes is well worth the $5-7 for which most booksellers offer the ebook version.

    Fantasy World
    Change of Heart is rich with details of a werepanther world descended from ancient Egyptian society. It takes a little work to keep all the tribe roles, characters, and laws straight, but it's worth the effort.

    Tingle Factor
    This is a male/male romance with full physical details. Jin and Logan's attraction sizzles off the page and explodes into very enjoyable bouts of hot sex.

    Jin and Logan are more attached at the groin than the heart. They are at the mercy of biological demands which force them into a relationship.

    Kidnappings, challenges, and violent battles make the pages turn quickly. These are shifters who live by the rule of fang and claw. Fortunately they heal fast allowing them to quickly move from one power struggle to the next.

    Hero #1
    Jin Rayne is deeply scarred by his treatment at the hands of his family and tribe. He has spent years on the run avoiding all other werepanthers except for his best friend, Crane. He doesn't want to get involved now, but one look at Logan Church and his defenses crumble. For all his trauma, Jin is an upbeat character who doesn't know the meaning of the word no and manipulates everyone into doing what he thinks is best. The best description of Jin is spunky – no pun intended.

    Hero #2
    Logan Church is the strong leader who puts the well being of the tribe ahead of his own personal needs/wants. He is engaged to be mated to a woman when he meets Jin. Logan seems to have no conflict about his true mate being a man and adjusts to being gay with hardly a twitch. He buys some lube and gets down to business. Logan is enjoyable to read if only to laugh at his frustration as Jin twists him into knots.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012


    Took a bit to get into but really found the book interesting and well written as the story unfolded.

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