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  • Posted October 8, 2014

    Bear Down You will be wrapped in intrigue from page one. Kathi

    Bear Down

    You will be wrapped in intrigue from page one. Kathi has a way of weaving tales that makes you fall in love with her characters. Kaleb was a bear shifter and loner but he found acceptance in Samuel pride. Thor is a childhood friend of Samuel's and was ready to end it all but not alone so she reached out to Samuel who sent Kaleb to find her. This was a great book there was humor, suspense, dynamite chemistry and great action. The cast of characters just keep getting better and better and Kathi's knack for writing strong and fierce women is phenomenal. I recommend this book is you're looking for alpha women and the men they bring to their knees. This was another great addition to the pride.

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  • Posted May 29, 2014

    Bless Kathi Barton! When her "Force of Nature" series

    Bless Kathi Barton! When her "Force of Nature" series ended, I was so sad. It and the "Aaron's Kiss" series are my favorite Barton books. This third entry in "Samuel's Pride" seems to feature some of my favorite elements of both series, and I have a new love.

    The "Pride" books feature different shifter species banding together into a group growing in numbers and exhibiting an array of talents. A swirl of fae and vampire mixes in the intrigue of the storylines, and the fast pace and surprises revealed along the way keep readers involved in Kaleb and Thor's book and anticipating the next.

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