Despite an end to two thousand years of conflict with the Daughters of Isis, jackal shifter Hector still distrusts the witches. But he cannot deny his growing hunger for Rana, a beautiful and gentle priestess who soothes his anger and awakens his passions as no other ever has.
As a healer, Rana is working tirelessly to find a way to protect the jackals from a deadly curseand restore the honor of her bloodline. As a woman, she cannot resist surrendering to her desire for Hector, the powerful and virile second in command. But when her secret is revealed, will their new bond be strong enough to survive the truth?
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Rana is a healer from the Daughter of Isis. She has come to the Jackals to help them fight a curse. While trying her best to find a cure for the curse that was placed on them, she falls in love with Hector. Bitter from losing his father, and almost his brother, Hector is falling hard for Rana, but at the same time does NOT trust the Daughters of Isis because of his violent past with them. Will Rana be able to share her secret with Hector and get the man she cannot stop thinking about, or will he walk away? Ms. Glass has once again proved her skill, and extreme talent for pulling you into the story, leaving you excited to get to the next page. Her writing style leaves you with a complete picture of the book and the characters, and you feel as if you are right there with them. Claiming of the Jackal is another book that is not to be missed, so put it on top of your TBR list.
The latest in Glass' Egyptian-themed paranormal romances is well-written, with terrific characters and great world-building. Rana and Hector have real chemistry, and it's nice to read a paranormal romance in which the author does her homework. My only complaints are that the story is a bit repetitive in places (I did not need to be told Rana's origins four times), and the final action sequence could have been fleshed out with a lot more detail. Those complaints aside, I recommend "Claiming the Jackal" and the other books in the series to anyone looking for a Pagan-friendly romance, or fans of Joey Hill or Erzabet Bishop. -- lyradora