"an enjoyable continuation of the Leopard Visions series"
Tore Mann had met Maurie Sheridan before and lived to tell
the tale. "She was mean to the core and proved as much the
first time he met her. Although the laceration on his face
and his arm were practically gone, her temper wasn't "
Being the oldest in the litter, she was fiercely protective
of her sisters and had no use for anything male thinking
they were better than she was.
When the youngest sister is nearly raped by two town boys,
Maurie takes her revenge. Tore is the pack Hunter, in
charge of justice, peace-keeping, etc., etc. but knows an
example had to be made. Following this, he goes back to
his home to question a leopard who badly needs to either
change her act or disappear - preferably both. Maurie gets
the scent that someone female is with Tore and goes
ballistic - although professing hate, she won't let another
bitch near him!
After running the other leopard off things begin to heat up
in Tore's cabin. Maurie isn't nearly as self-assured as
she claims and the thing growing between them could lead to
disaster on all sides. Did Maurie and her litter kill a
bunch of leopards in their old home? Why does Maurie have
such a bad attitude? Only Maurie can share that part with
Tore and she isn't telling.
This was an interesting concept for a book and series. It
read quickly and I did enjoy it. I hope we hear more from
this author soon!
Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted February 14, 2009