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Walk on the Wild Side (Others Series #5)

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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

terrific paranormal romantic suspense thriller

In Tennessee while driving home with her mom Misty, their truck crashes. Misty is unconscious, but Kitty Jane Sugarman manages to get both of them clear of the vehicle. However, they need help desperately, but on the back roads no one is in sight. Somehow while in se...
In Tennessee while driving home with her mom Misty, their truck crashes. Misty is unconscious, but Kitty Jane Sugarman manages to get both of them clear of the vehicle. However, they need help desperately, but on the back roads no one is in sight. Somehow while in severe pain, Kitty Jane for the first time in her life shifts her body she now knows her father is an Other, a lion shapeshifter. --- The Felix of the Red Rock Leos, Martin Lowe is dying from cancer. He wants to meet his daughter before he dies. He sends his trusted aide Marcus ¿Max¿ Stuart to arrange for his meeting Kitty. Max goes to Vegas to meet Kitty at the airport. He is stunned to find an innocent twenty-four years old instead of the hardened easterner that he expected. However, many in the Pride want Max and Kitty out of the way so the can replace Martin and inherit his wealth none expected the strong loving bond between the number two Leo and the daughter of the Felix. --- The latest Others¿ supernatural romance is a strong tale starring a solid cast who make believers that shapeshifters exist. Kitty and Max are a wonderful coupling as they fight, fuss, and purr in love. However, the star is Kitty who had no inkling of her paternal DNA until the accident, but whose steel magnolia personality comes in handy as she deals with her dad¿s pride, a totally new side of the family with at least one or more wanting her either frightened back to backwoods Tennessee or dead. Fans will enjoy the war between love and avarice as Christine Warren provides another terrific paranormal romantic suspense thriller. --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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4 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

NEVER VERBALLY ABUSE YOUR PARTNER LIKE MAX DID KITTY-IT IS NOT OK

DO NOT USE VERBALLY ABUSIVE LANGUAGE WITH YOUR LOVE INTEREST!!! I could not believe it when Max called Kitty a "little idiot" and then this type of comment continued through out the book. For those of you who may not realize- including the author- phrases like "little i...
DO NOT USE VERBALLY ABUSIVE LANGUAGE WITH YOUR LOVE INTEREST!!! I could not believe it when Max called Kitty a "little idiot" and then this type of comment continued through out the book. For those of you who may not realize- including the author- phrases like "little idiot" and other derrogatory comments are absolutely verbally abusive, and I was extremely offended by it. I kept reading in hopes the author would somehow turn this around, but to no avail. And rightly so, considering if someone uses put downs and calls their lover names, it will not stop. A lot of romance novelists set up characters that are extremely controlling (which in itself is abusive) toward their female partners, but this was way too obvious for me to ignore. Authors need to be VERY careful about the type of relationships set up between their couples in the stories they write. Millions of women read these and then think - oh- it must be ok for my boyfriend/partner to call me names, it's just teasing or a love name-NOT!!! IT IS NEVER OK.

posted by DV_ADV on April 14, 2009

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

    NEVER VERBALLY ABUSE YOUR PARTNER LIKE MAX DID KITTY-IT IS NOT OK

    DO NOT USE VERBALLY ABUSIVE LANGUAGE WITH YOUR LOVE INTEREST!!! I could not believe it when Max called Kitty a "little idiot" and then this type of comment continued through out the book. For those of you who may not realize- including the author- phrases like "little idiot" and other derrogatory comments are absolutely verbally abusive, and I was extremely offended by it. I kept reading in hopes the author would somehow turn this around, but to no avail. And rightly so, considering if someone uses put downs and calls their lover names, it will not stop. A lot of romance novelists set up characters that are extremely controlling (which in itself is abusive) toward their female partners, but this was way too obvious for me to ignore. Authors need to be VERY careful about the type of relationships set up between their couples in the stories they write. Millions of women read these and then think - oh- it must be ok for my boyfriend/partner to call me names, it's just teasing or a love name-NOT!!! IT IS NEVER OK.

    4 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 17, 2009

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    One of the worst books I've read.

    Terrible plot, no character development, and writing style was that of a struggling high school student. The love scenes were somewhat vulgar and the use of slang for various body parts left me disgusted. I felt nothing for the characters or their plight and could not wait for the book to end.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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