"I am sure there are some readers of the genre who would love this book"
Vivian Roussel is an importer of Russian artifacts and also
a werecat. She is a descendant of an ancient goddess but
she prefers to keep a low profile. However when she and
her business partner are attacked she is forced to make a
fuss and hire special help.
Russian werecat, Pavel Federov, comes to the rescue and
finds it hard to keep his eyes off his new client. Before
he knows what is happening he is mixing business with
pleasure and also trying to stop international thieves and
While Devour centered on Vampires, Prey is all about
werecats. The theme pleased me immensely but the beginning
of the story didn't grab me much at all. After a few
chapters I did start to get the feel for the storyline and
characters but there was still something missing.
Prey wasn't bad but it wasn't that good either. At
some points I really felt like giving up but I kept going
till the end in the hope that something would happen to
make me think 'Wow'. The wow factor didn't come for me and
I felt that the story was mediocre and the characters
didn't shine at all.
I am sure there are some readers of the genre who would
love this book. After all it has paranormal, romance and
mystery but this book just didn't impress me very much. So
try it and like it or try it and feel like it could have
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted February 2, 2009