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Marika Paters has an energy coursing through her that others can't explain. Maybe it's the curious fox that lies within that gives Marika joy in her work as a geneticist for the only forensic laboratory for animals. But while her research unravels mysteries - like startling new data that threatens to dismantle everything science knows about shifters - Marika has always felt incomplete, just another lonely shifter looking for her mate.
Following a family tragedy, Fellowship Agent Devin Sonder believes he will never find love. But the panther inside knows his mate is out there somewhere - and he can't give up. When the bodies of a senator and a mysterious dead wolf lead Devin to kind, playful Marika, he feels a powerful, magnetic attraction...even though their personalities clash.
With more dead wolves found, Marika makes a revolutionary discovery about the origin of the beasts. Together with Devin, she races to find out who could be creating shifters - and why. But can the fierce alpha panther and the fiery, driven fox put their carnal desire aside to hunt down the mastermind before more shifters die?
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By Sandra on 03-26-18
Great potential, but lacking -- something.
While the narrator did a good job of portraying the different characters in the book, the nasal sound of her voice was a bit grating to me. She did get the energy a high spirited fox might have spot on.
The story line is potentially a good one. However, there's not enough development of anyone or anything. I figured I would try this when it was on sale. You really need to hear (or I hope that's the case) the first book to understand some of the references so you can understand my confusion when reading all these glowing reviews that it's a wonderful stand alone book.
Davin is sooooo horrible with his teeter tottering emotions. He's either over the top "she's mine and I'm never letting her out of my sight" or "I have to leave her to save her so this won't work" with absolutely no transition between.
Things just seemed way rushed to me. I did enjoy this book, I just don't think I got what all the other gushing reviewers got. I will possibly get more of her books, but with the advanced knowledge not to expect much.