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  • Posted March 11, 2013

    Wow! I never thought cougar shifters could be so sexy! I liked t

    Wow! I never thought cougar shifters could be so sexy!
    I liked this book.  This is the 3rd book in Eliza Gayle’s Black Cougar series. Now, I will say that this is the first book I have read in the series.  I was able to jump into the story and not feel like I was missing to many details.  The first two books focus on Malcolm’s brothers Kane and Lucas. We do meet them here, very briefly, in this story.  

    The story takes off from the first chapter; I love how Ms. Gayle just hits the ground running with this adventure. We meet Malcolm, a black cougar and Chey, a hybrid cougar/wolf.  Their chemistry is off the charts.  This couple is forced to deal with their emotions including strong unresolved feelings towards each other and their inner most fears as they race to figure out who is trying to destroy them.

    I enjoyed the fast pace of this story. Malcolm and Chey are both strong characters and I enjoyed seeing them struggle between their human and animal sides as they worked together.  These strong personalities also bring out some steamy, smoking hot romance, holy hotness. 

    Final thoughts: I would recommend this book to anyone who likes paranormal romance and shifters. The characters were solid and well developed. The story flowed smoothly . Once I started Malcolm, I could not stop reading it till I found out the ending.  I am definitely going to read more of Eliza Gayle!

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