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Friday, January 1, 2010

Under A Shifter's Moon by Kari Thomas

Blurb:

He was fated for another,but created to love her …

Decreed by Elders, alpha Jaguar Shifters Lyon Savage and his brother must decide Pride rule in a way not seen for centuries. Under a Shifter’s Moon, a mating can take place with a chosen human to produce a child, and the father of that child will become the one Alpha. Now Lyon must choose the love of his Truemate—or accept the decree to save his Pride and secure his future.


Strong and selfless, Kitlene is a rare woman whose blood, like her niece’s, carries something of the Shifter within its DNA. Willing to sacrifice herself for the sake of family, she offers herself to the Alpha Cat whose very presence pulls at her soul—and whose love brings with it a deadly complication.

Review:

Emotional from start to finish. A tough heroine. And alpha male to die for; one who cherished his woman without cruelty.

This fast paced, exciting story will keep you turning page after page. Once I started, I couldn't put it down. (Ms. Thomas owes me night of sleep.)

Danger lurks around every corner and Lyon is in for the fight of his life. The only way I could have been happier with the ending was to have a sequel with some of the secondary characters.

The book did have some editing problems that took me out of the story, which is why I can't give it the highest marks.

I give this story 5 hearts. Reviewed by

Jasmine


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