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Freakn' Cougar (Freakn' Shifters, #6)
     

Freakn' Cougar (Freakn' Shifters, #6)

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by Eve Langlais
 

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Forget taming their cougar. These young studs want her as is, even if she scratches.

Someone’s killing shifters in prison, and Patricia needs help catching the culprit. The cougar enlists the help of Stu and Ricky, a techno geek and a reformed criminal, a mismatched pair, who turn out to also be her mates. But Patricia’s already loved and lost

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Forget taming their cougar. These young studs want her as is, even if she scratches.

Someone’s killing shifters in prison, and Patricia needs help catching the culprit. The cougar enlists the help of Stu and Ricky, a techno geek and a reformed criminal, a mismatched pair, who turn out to also be her mates. But Patricia’s already loved and lost one man. Does she dare allow herself to care again?


Older isn’t just wiser, it’s sexier, or at least that’s what a socially challenged wolf and a bad boy panther think. Forced to work together to catch a killer, Stu and Ricky soon find out they’ll have to learn to do more than tolerate each other when they realize a hot, almost forty cougar is their mate. Can they find a way to work together and make their cougar purr?

Freakn’ Shifters series (each can be read as a stand alone):

    Book #1 Delicate Freakn’ Flower
    Book #2 Jealous And Freakn’
    Book #3 Already Freakn’ Mated
    Book #4 Human and Freakn’
    Book #5 Jungle Freakn’ Bride
    Book #6 Freakn’ Cougar

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148207351
Publisher:
Eve Langlais
Publication date:
01/29/2014
Series:
Freakn' Shifters , #6
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
29,674
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Eve Langlais is a Canadian romance author.

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Freakn' Cougar 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Jasmyn9 23 days ago
Ok, so yes our heroine is a cougar - as in she turns into one - but I never really pictured as a cougar in the older woman type of way. She just didn't seem that much older than the guys, unless someone was specifically mentioning it (which was kind of awkward). The image on the cover also makes her look much older than she is in the book. The awkward reminders of the age difference aside, this was a pretty exciting story. A mismatched group of shifters sent undercover to a prison to try and catch a killer. There are lots of opportunities for craziness, and Eve Langlais takes advantage of most of them. I wish she had left a few out, it got to be a tad overdone at times, especially when paired with three over the top personalities. The bad guy was great. Super creepy and I was surprised when I found out who it was - so kudos to Eve Langlais because I usually figure a good chunk of it out before I'm supposed to. This was a fun trip back to the Freakn' Shifters series, but I feel like some of the characters are starting to be copies of each other. I'll keep with it though because they are hilarious and hope it goes back to the inventive beginning that first drew me in.
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oktravelchick_421 More than 1 year ago
Not my favorite book of the series, but it definitely redeemed itself with quite a bit of action at times. My main problem was I did not like how Stu was so non-alpha for a wolf. I liked Ricky the best. I understand this is a shifter book, so it isn't 'normal' reality, but at times this was very far fetched. Eve is one of my favorite writers, so I do not complain too loudly. But some actions in the prison would just never happen. I think it's best if this series stays in the city/jungles/etc. Ms Langlais definitely set up for the next book on the last Grayson brother Derrick. I think it'll be good!
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150 pages. Love Eve Langlais ;Freak'n, Furry United Coalition and Alien Abdution series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all the books in this series there not overly expensive either can't waint for next one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sexy and funny shifter romance. If you are an Eve Langlais fan, you will not be disappointed
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you want a great story with characters that make you feel and laugh, a plot with some suspense and danger. And some really hot spice thrown in to heat things up. Then this is the book and author for you. Great story. I just wish E.L. wrote longer ones. I've read and loved everything she's published. Again, my only complaint is I wish they were longer.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another win! This series just keeps getting better!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
160 pages of fun! E.L. ' s done it again good from beginning to end. Had to read it in one sitting, could not put it down. Laugh out loud fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely fantasic! Great story full of romance and laughs
JCAlways More than 1 year ago
I love this series. I love this author. There is nothing by her that I have read that I haven't absolutely loved. She combines humor, love, suspense and paranormal in such a way that no one has that I have read. There are authors that write a great series that sells fabulously, but that is the only series they write that really makes the cut. That is not the case with Eve. Every thing she writes is absolutely fabulous. I can't wait to read more. I am definitely an EveL Minion!
Ebookluvr More than 1 year ago
As always a hot and hilarious read from Eve Langlais. If you love hot shifters, a great story and some laugh out loud moments then this is the book for you. The other books in this series are just as good,!
gaele More than 1 year ago
I admit it – I was a latecomer to the awesomesauce that is a story by Eve Langlais. Freakn’ Cougar is the first of her Freakn’ Shifters series that I have read, but it won’t be the last. But, I am quickly catching up to all the fun contained in the pages.  Someone is responsible for killing shifters: not the truly bad ones that have gone rogue and were not dealt with via the council, but ordinary criminals. Found dead in their cells, with little to no evidence. While the police and the shifter council both suspect an inside job, they also want to catch the perpetrator while keeping their own kind safe.  Patricia was wonderfully drawn and developed: still reeling from the loss of her mate, she is throwing herself into her work. Unfortunately, for her, the encounter with Stu’s family throws her carefully laid plans in ruins: she can’t believe that her senses are telling her he is a possible mate, and the boisterous behavior of his family and his mother’s quiet determination are daunting. When she encounters Ricky and has a similar reaction to him, she is convinced that her body has betrayed her, and does all that she can to deny the attraction.  Stu is adorably inept in his flirting, but so thoughtful and quiet in his confidence and determination to give Patricia the choice in her future. His logical thought process combined with his technological knowledge and sneakiness earned from years as the younger brother determined to ‘get even’ make him a quiet hero figure, and his unkempt wolf and the puppyish exuberance make him an instant favorite.  For his part, Ricky is dark and dangerous, like the panther that is his other self. With a brashness honed by a rough life that wasn’t always on the straight and narrow, his interest is wholly personal: his brother was killed by this shifter murderer and he wants revenge. Years ago, prison might have been the proper setting for Ricky, but he’s done much to redeem his ill-spent youth, and he was hoping to help his brother do the same. These three have several interesting interactions: Stu baiting Ricky much like he would his older brothers, Ricky trying to scare Stu, Patricia’s alternating between submission and avoidance to the men’s reactions. Stu helps Ricky to think before he allows his animal to take, and Ricky helps Stu learn the advantages of brawn over brain. Together, they present Patricia with an unusual, yet not unheard of challenge: two men, both fated as her mate. None of them could envision the connection that binds them together, even if it isn’t always a smooth journey.  Written with Langlais’ clear sense of humor and fun: these are stories that are enjoyable, sexy and don’t take themselves too seriously. This is fun people – and everyone, from the author to the characters wants you to join in and enjoy it as well. Yes, there are moments where the danger and action take over: but there is always a lightness and a freedom in the writing and characters that keeps you grinning, even when it may not be quite “appropriate”. I have yet to read a book from Langlais that didn’t encourage me to read more….  I received an eArc copy from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book made no sense to me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Mike that wasn't me!"
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Oh...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sunday when i get back home
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Heh....I'm an imposter.