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  • Posted November 1, 2010

    Read it Again and Again

    Being hunted is never good. But when you are the last of a species long thought extinct, you will do whatever it takes to survive.

    Jackie Huddart is a Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, the last of her kind. When the evil hunting her takes her best friend captive to lure her in, Jackie meets someone she can't resist, and neither can her inner animal.

    Marshall Rourke is the last of his kind as well, and all his plans to use Jackie to draw his ex-partner, Daevad Einar, out in the open fly out the window when he meets her. But both agree that they must find Delanie before they can deal with what is between them, no matter how hot it gets. What neither realizes is that they are up against a being more evil than either can imagine, one who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. And what he wants is Jackie and Marshall on his wall as trophies. Can Jackie find her friend and stay alive to be with Marshall? Can Marshall come to terms with finding his mate? And just what is Marshall, anyway?

    Lexxie Couper has written a fast paced story, filled with danger, action and hot romance. I love the characters in this one, and the local color that Ms. Couper uses to give a feel for her land. Once I started this, I could not put it down. The story pulled me in and had me anxious to see how they beat Daevad Einar, and how they handled the heat building between them as well. The quick buildup of heat between Jackie and Marshall was fantastic, and I loved that, even in the midst of the search for Delanie, the only way they could prevent their inner selves from taking over was a bout of hot and steamy sex to take the edge off.

    Jackie is the kind of character I like. She is a strong and determined woman, loyal to her friend, and not afraid to go after the bad guy to save her. I also liked that she was able to recognize her destined mate when he showed up, but was able to set that aside during the search. I loved that it was Jackie who discovered just what Einar was, not Marshall.

    Marshall is a terrific hero, although he starts out with an agenda to use Jackie as bait to catch Einar. Once he meets her, his plans fall apart, and I enjoyed how he quickly changes his tactics. He is strong and honest, and feels a lot of guilt over what his ex-partner did, even though it wasn't his fault.

    This is such a wonderful story, rich in emotion and fast paced action. I hope Ms. Couper continues to write in this world for many more books to come. I would love to visit this land down under again, with more of these delicious characters. Yes, Jackie and Marshall find their happy ever after, although it is touch and go for a while. What are Marshall, and Einar, you ask? You'll have to read this one to find out.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 21, 2011

    A must have!

    This book hit so many of my turn on factors it was wonderful. My fiance enjoyed it too and he didn't even read it.
    First of all you have the Thylacine factor which is totally original and epic, and satisfied my zoological side. And then you got the handsome Roarke, which satisfied my girlish side. I just love books that have the main guy character named Roarke.
    Wonderfully written and a must have for both fantasy and romance lovers.

    And in response to the one one review that gave it one star- ignore her, she's obviously illiterate.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 24, 2013

    fabulous

    Every book by this author is something exciting for me.By combining together beautiful Australian and hot Texan, Lexxie Couper struck gold (in mine opinion). Was a pleasure to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Five shapeshiftin stars

    Wow, this book blew me away! It was had all the things I crave for in a great book. This is a creative paranormal story about two shapeshifters. This book is filled with emotion, suspense and some perfectly wicked sex. If you love hot paranormal reads but crave a story with a creative plot then sink your teeth into this one. Enjoy
    500+ pgs

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