Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
aya Anderson is a jaguar shape shifter. She has always wanted to know if there are any more of her kind out there, aside from her brother and a few rogues of whom she is aware. She learns about a secret society of jaguars from an underground social network and decides to investigate. When Maya finds herself at a club dedicated to jaguar shape shifters, little does she know that it might change her life forever.
ade Patterson would like to get to know Maya better but he has left a really bad first impression. Maybe if luck were on his side she would forget all about it. Wade works for an underground justice system for jaguars to ensure they are all toeing the line and Maya has gotten herself into a bit of trouble. Wade is going to make sure she is protected, but who is going to protect him for falling for Maya?
have read a few of Terry Spear's books and I do like them. I also enjoy shape shifter stories. This one has a ton of action and a whole lot of steamy shape shifting in the jungle, the bedroom and between two characters who take paranormal to a new level.
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