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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Review: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear

An impossible mission...
JAG Special Forces agents Huntley Anderson and Melissa Overton are hot on the trail of poachers when they're suddenly saddled with two jaguar shifter cubs. They have to locate the parents, pronto-but who's going to babysit in the meantime?
A lifetime of possibilities...
Huntley is a rough, tough jaguar shifter and an all-business agent, but he's not going to let two abandoned youngsters come to any harm on his watch. Seeing her super-manly partner try to get the playful cubs under control stirs up some unexpected desires in Melissa, and she begins to feel like Huntley's not the only one who's in over his head...

JAG Special Forces Agents Melissa Overton and her partner Huntley Anderson, not only are they agents they are Jaguar shifters.   In this story they are on a mission to prevent poaching in the Costa Rican rainforest.  
On their second trip to try and catch the organizer of the poachers, they run into some unexpected jaguar shifter cubs and have to find their parents as well as taking down the poachers.
Terry’s characters are strong and well developed.  The chemistry between the agents is potent and humorous.    I was pleasantly surprised and happy that I did not guess who was behind the poachers.
If you are looking for a great shifter romance with a lot of action and a bit of humor, Jaguar Pride is a wonderful choice. 


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