Seeing Spots

Seeing Spots

by Ericka Scott

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BN ID: 2940014795760
Publisher: Phaze Books
Publication date: 06/12/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Ericka Scott is a multi-published, bestselling author of seductive suspense. She's written stories for as long as she can remember and reads anything under the sun (including the back of cereal boxes in a pinch). She got hooked on romantic suspense in her college days, when reading anything but a textbook was a guilty pleasure. Now, when she’s not chauffeuring children around, wishing she had more than 24 hours in a day, or lurking at the library, she’s spinning her own web of fantasy and penning tales of seduction and suspense. She currently lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.

She also loves friends, so come friend her athttp://myspace.com/erickascott

She's also on Facebook at http://facebook.com/ericka.scott and Twitter @ErickaScott

You can find out more about her books at www.erickascott.com

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Seeing Spots 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Beverly_D More than 1 year ago
Keziah, aka the Kitty Cat Burglar, has left her childhood life of crime far behind. Or so she thinks, until someone who knows her former identity begins sending threatening notes. She's blackmailed into making one more robbery. Gavin Piscin, Australian leopard shapeshifter, must recover the stolen Leopard's Paw diamond in order to assure the fertility of his people. Their trails cross in the Natural History Museum, both after the same gem. There's a double-cross, guns fired... and Keziah, Gavin, and the Leopard's Paw end up in the same room, waiting to make a break for the exits. I, too, would have a hard time saying no to a hot, naked, Aussie man, yet... It felt a little unbelievable that they'd be spilling their life stories and getting it on, standing up (and nobody needs to grab anything for balance?) while somebody with a gun might be right outside the door. I did like in the end that Keziah took charge of the burglary situation, instead of caving in and doing it the way The Man wanted - and her ideas worked out well for both of them. But it felt a little too short and undeveloped, and too much backstory rather than action crammed in. 3.5 stars