Susan Michaels is a reporter on a mission to resurrect her professional reputation. And she only has to brave her cat allergy at a local animal shelter to follow the lead that could get her off the tabloid beat forever.
But she gets more than she bargained for when she inadvertently adopts one of the cats...As soon as she gets home the cat turns into a gorgeous naked man.
Ravyn is entirely unique - a Were-Hunter who became a Dark-Hunter as well.
Suddenly, Susan is pulled into Ravyn's mysterious world - one full of danger and magic. And, despite the way he makes her sneeze, despite the danger that swirls around him, she just can't resist him...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 336 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 01/04/2012
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9780749956318
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Review by Lauren2013
Susan Michaels is a disgraced reporter working for a tabloid. Sick and tired of writing about Aliens and mutant animals, Susan is shocked to discover that vampires are real and her newest pet cat is actually a gorgeous shapeshifter with some dangerous people after him.
Once again the focus is on new characters with no background or build up.
Ravyn and Susan have no chemistry whatsoever and neither is compelling enough to care about.
The police corruption plot is mediocre with no tension or suspense and the resolution is anti-climactic.
Now to the big turn offs - Ash's relationship with Artemis has crossed the line for merely icky to truly stomach turning. Their scenes together actally made my skin crawl.
In addition, Ravyn's family are a disgrace and they get off far to easily and Nick, who has never thankfully been a favorite of mine, should just have his neck wrung.
Hopefully the next installment will be better.