Title: Endangered Species
Author: Cheyenne Meadows
Publisher: Fireborn Publishing
Release Date: August 14, 2015
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 184
Reviewed by: Minnie
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.5 Stars out of 5
Injured, exhausted, and on his last leg, lynx shifter, Jordan, all but gives up hope. After weeks confined in a research lab against his will, he manages to escape only to become hunted and is on the run. His will to survive is strong…if only he can keep going.
Noble finds a ragged, bloody shifter on his doorstep in desperate need of attention. He recognizes a similar kinship with Jordan–they’re misfits. Noble can’t change forms, a fact his family won’t accept. Jordan, thanks to the experimentation, can achieve any feline form, but not without a price.
Together, they find common ground, trust, and compassion as the winter snows offer protection from Jordan’s hunter. Feelings deepen and passion erupts. However, both know their time is limited. A mad scientist with torture on his mind won’t stop searching for his creation–or killing anyone who stands in his way.
This book had a great story even when I predicted some of the things that were going to happen. The characters didn’t magically know they where soulmates and didn’t fall in bed from the get go. Jordan was very witty and sarcastic (something to do with his been a lynx). Noble for his part is a softhearted man who went out of his way to help the unfortunate ones, and both him and Jordan were outcasts within their families which gave them a strong bond. I love that the author took her time building the sexual tension between the characters and that after all he’s been trough she didn’t just magically cured Jordan of his problems.
As for the face-off, show-down, confrontation; whatever you want to call it; with Wilson I think it could have been more challenging. Jordan was just able to walk in the house without effort and he didn’t even get any satisfaction of it, more fun had Noble with Sly. But overall a good story if in need of some editing. There where a lot of typos and grammatical errors that were a bit distracting. But in the end it still a good book.
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