"Another Great Book in this Futuristic Series"
Another great book by Cherie Singer. The story actually
begins at Wulfe and Cat's joining. For anyone who hasn't
read Cherie's first book they are the two main characters
in WULFE'S WOMAN.
Cassidhe, Cat's sister thinks that she has met Wulfe and
that he is trying to make a play for her on his joining
night. Hawke, Wulfe's brother thinks that he has met Cat
and that she is trying to seduce him on her joining night.
Imagine the embarrassment to both parties as they find out
the person they are in a seductive embrace with, and are
ready to use a knife on isn't the person they think it is.
Cat and Wulfe walk up just in time to surprise both Cass
and Hawke. After the embarrassment to themselves Cass and
Hawke don't meet again for many years.
Unfortunately when Cass and Hawke do meet again it is under
some very dire circumstances. Cass' parents have been
kidnapped and she needs Hawke's help to find them.
Although Cat would love to her pregnancy won't allow it and
Wulfe is on a mission that can't be interrupted.
Cass comes aboard Hawke's ship to ride with him while
investigating the kidnapping. Imagine what a surprise to
Hawke when his Bellon Hunting Cat becomes a lovable little
kitten in Cass' presence. Not only does the cat take to
Cass, so does the crew.
Cass and Hawke seem to be drawn to each other, but they
both have too much pride and stubbornness to do anything
about it. Cass surely doesn't want a pure blood Bellon
male that would expect to be lord and master over her. In
addition how could Hawke possibly break with tradition and
be with a half-breed? Their problem is if all of this is
true they why are they still so attracted to each other,
and what should they do about it?
With all the turmoil over Cass' missing parents and Hawke
and Cass' growing attraction they are pretty busy. This
book will keep you interested to the end. There is action,
misunderstandings, romance and an old enemy that creeps
up. With all of this going on you will definitely stay
interested to the end.
Carol Castellanos / April, 2000
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Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 18, 2003