The fur’s about to fly… A Sexy Shifter story. Ava Minor is done being the good girl. As the smallest and weakest in a pride of shape-shifting lions where size and strength rule, she’s never had any choice but to toe the line. Now, with sexy, nomadic alpha Landon King winning control of the pride,... show more
The fur’s about to fly… A Sexy Shifter story. Ava Minor is done being the good girl. As the smallest and weakest in a pride of shape-shifting lions where size and strength rule, she’s never had any choice but to toe the line. Now, with sexy, nomadic alpha Landon King winning control of the pride, she grabs her one chance to let her inner feline out to play. Landon would rather focus on reforming the antiquated traditions of his new pride than taking a mate…until the rebellious Ava crosses his path. All his noble intentions go up in flames, incinerated by the heat she exudes—especially when he realizes she’s in heat. Ava, knowing she isn’t mate material, is determined to revel in one wild night before she’s sent back to her place in the pride pecking order. Except Landon has no intention of letting his daring, seductive lioness go…
Publish date: June 23rd 2009
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 108
Edition language: English
Series: Serengeti Shifters (#1)
The series are novella’s or short stories about siblings who find their mates. They are slightly erotic in nature but the story matches. The writing is actually good and like many novella’s it is difficult to say if the story is average because of the length or if it is because the plot just feels t...
A 3.5 and a good read. Too short. Definitely wanted more.
I really enjoyed this story. It was sweet and nice and hot with the perfect end.
I picked this title up and breezed through it pretty quickly, not surprising at all of sixty pages. This was a cute little shifter tale, and a good start to the series in-so-far-as it was able to establish both setting and future goals for our shifter society. That said, I still would have liked t...
A little too simplistic and rushed for my tastes. Ava was overly negative. I have more reads by Andrews. I can only hope they are more fleshed out.