After a harrowing adventure in London, Kylie and family are finally able to meet up with the Alpha of her mother's shifter clan. However, not only does the meeting have an outcome none of them expect, but promising news from Riverford about the potential whereabouts of Kylie's mother has everyone rushing back stateside. Hunter's brother, Ryder, along with several old and new allies are soon dispatched to investigate a genetics research company in Los Angeles where he meets Charlotte, a human geneticist from the LA lion clan that could very well be the key to not only learning the fate of Kylie's parents but also learning the purpose of the lion clan's secret Amarillo compound.
Ryder just needs to sneak a woman he's not sure they can trust out of the city with the whole LA lion clan snapping at their heels all while his jaguar soul is far too interested in mating her. Easy, right?
Contains strong adult content and language.
About the Author
Cristina Rayne is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives in West Texas with her crazy cat and about a dozen bookcases full of fantasy worlds and steamy romances. She has a degree in Computer Science which totally qualifies her to write romances. As Fantasy is her first love, she feels if she can inject a little love into the fantastical, along with a few steamy scenes, then all the better. She is also the author of the Claimed by the Elven King, Claimed by the Elven Brothers, Incarnations of Myth, and The Vampire Underground series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ok I rated it 4*'s. Even though this series has excellent plot lines and amazing characters, it was almost 200 pages. :( I want more. More excitement, longer reading material, more chemistry, more twists, and random thoughts between the characters showing more strengths and weaknesses plus more interaction between the lovers. It seems kinda rushed. Now for what this series has: It has amazing characters with good chemistry and steamy sexy sceens. The story line was tight and stayed on subject finding it's objective in the fifth book. Now for my thoughts: I loved the characters and the find the consept of polyshifters unique. This series has been a unique find and can't wait for book 6 to come out. Weddings and babies for these characters would make for a new and interesting read from this series. Please keep writing and never stop. :)