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Friday, November 6, 2015

5/5 Review: Rage/Killian: Bayou Heat by Alexandra Ivy and Laura Wright


 
RAGE
Rage might be an aggressive Hunter by nature, but the gorgeous male has never had a problem charming the females. All except Lucie Gaudet. Of course, the lovely Geek is a born troublemaker, and it was no surprise to Rage when she was kicked out of the Wildlands.

But now the Pantera need a first-class hacker to stop the potential destruction of their people. And it’s up to Rage to convince Lucie to help. Can the two forget the past—and their sizzling attraction—to save the Pantera?

KILLIAN
Gorgeous, brutal, aggressive, and human, Killian O’Roarke wants only two things: to get rid of the Pantera DNA he’s been infected with, and get back to the field. But the decorated Army Ranger never bargained on meeting the woman—the female—of his dreams on his mission to the Wildlands.

Rosalie lost her mate to a human, and now the Hunter despises them all. In fact, she thinks they’re good for only one thing: barbeque. But this one she’s guarding is testing her beliefs. He is proud and kind, and also knows the pain of loss. But in a time of war between their species, isn’t any chance of love destined for destruction?
 
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1001 Dark Nights (Rage/Killian) by Alexandra Ivy & Laura Wright contains two books: Rage and Killian.  Rage is a Hunter for the Pantera who live in the Wildlands.  The Pantera are Puma shifters who can only shift while in the Wildlands.  When they cross the border they are in their human form with the strength and power of a shifter, but they can not shift into their animal counterpart.  Rage was ordered by Parish, his commanding officer, to request the help from one of their exiled.  Lucie is what they call a Geek.  She can hack into almost anything and was kicked out for it.  She makes a living being hired by companies to hack into their systems to find out if they are secure or not.  Rage finds her and tries to get her help.  When they finally come face to face they must face the fact that they have always been what the other needed.
Killian is a military man who went to a clinic to get help for PTSD.  What he did not sign up for was to be experimented on and turned into a Pantera.  He enters the Wildlands and is attacked by a Hunter.  Rosalie is living with the grief of losing her mate.  He is killed by humans so she believes that all humans are the enemy.  Killian is kept in Wildlands to find out the information he possesses and to try and figure out if the process can be reversed.  Killian’s cat decides that it is going to stay and that Rosalie belongs to him.  They heal each other and figure out that they belong together.  Rosalie finds the perfect balance for her and figures out that not all humans are bad, but the bad ones need to be taken care of.  I give this book 5 stars!  Both stories are excellent!