Infected: Prey

Infected: Prey

by Andrea Speed

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ISBN-13: 9781632163257
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 10/14/2014
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)

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Infected: Prey 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started this book with a deep suspicion that I wasn't going to like it, much less enjoy it. Finishing book eight a few hours a go, I am incredibly happy that I decided to read it. Roan is a detective who normally ends up trailing cheating wives and husbands, but he gets the odd job now and again that gets his mind whirling. He's gay. He's infected with the lion virus, that he's had since birth, and he's literally starting to change. What could it possibly be like to be the only living virus child, in the entire world, that isn't physically malformed or mentally handicapped? In a world that hates you for being exactly who you are, what do you do?
cathydianeb More than 1 year ago
I liked this but for some reason I found it so slow to start . I can’t put my finger on it as to why. I liked the characters. I loved the unique paranormal twist of werecats and a virus that caused it. I loved the romance between Roan and Paris. The romance alone is one of the main reasons I kept on and am so glad I did A little over halfway it picked up and held me. I fell in love with Both Roan and Paris and have gotten the series.   I guess what slowed me down was it really was over full of clichés and cute gay remarks. Don’t get me wrong they were cute and funny just seemed way too many for me.   I will definitely be reading the rest of the series to see what happens to Paris and how Roan will handle it.  I recommend this to anyone that like paranormal romance, loving, lasting, committed romance, werecats,  hot sex and a good mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great book if you like detective stories. The main character is in a relationship but the sex isn't explicit. Very well written.
imayb1 on LibraryThing 4 months ago
The book begins a bit on the slow side, building the setting of a world full of cat-shifter viruses and society's prejudices against the infected. Once the background is laid, explaining how Roan the lone-detective wound up with Paris the charming ex-athlete, sleuthing gets going and the book builds to a satisfying conclusion. While not as witty as Richard Stevenson's work, the main character is a neat mix of P.I. Donald Strachey and Joel Rosenburg's Duerni Draven with a special ability to piece together a crime's resolution, plus Andrea Speed's own convincing brand of were-cat. Altogether, a good read in a well-founded world setting. I'll definitely be reading more.
macygma on LibraryThing 4 months ago
Roan and Paris lived in the middle of nowhere. It was a pain but necessary as each month the guys changed. Roan in to a Lion and Par into the biggest, baddest tiger around. They were infected with the "kitty virus" as were millions of people in our country. Most kept to the smaller, nicer felines but some, ah some you just dind't want to mess with.Running a Detective Agency was a good job for them both. Par could charm the pants off Gramma Whistler while Roan could shoot anyone in a split second. And they are the unwanted kitty crime solvers for the loacl police as well.The current case was a teen-aged boy who wanted to be a kitty. Danny had run from his home and his parents were seriously worried. Could the guys find him? Of course! Even if it meant visiting the cult of kitty-worshippers: the Church of the Divine Transformation led by their least-favorite person Eli Winters. This is actually two stories in one. "Infected" is the case of Danny and explains a lot of the kitty virus issues and how they must be dealt with. In "Prey", Roan is discovering that his lion is much more powerful than he seems and that he (Roan) is acquiring more of the lion's assets as time goes along. Paris is dealing with the news of a heart problem and the fact that his tiger is going to limit his years with Roan. He is also trying to avoid his family. He hasn't spoken to them since he found he was infected and doesn't much want to now. Ms. Speed has done well, the books flow together nicely and the characters bring out the humor in their situations as well.
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