Missy Goes to West Point : Missy the Werecat

  • by P. G. Allison
  • Narrated by Meghan Kelly
  • Series: Missy the Werecat
  • 10 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The US Government's Paranormal Branch has learned Missy's secret and followed most of her activities. They have her FBI friend join their team, telling him that other supernaturals also exist but Missy is the only female werecat. They want Missy to go on to West Point and tell him that "being a vigilante is not what we want for this girl."
But, what had started out as her simply trying to help protect another teenage girl eventually led to her being targeted by both the East Boston and New York criminal organizations. With some help from her FBI friend, she copes with crime bosses while finishing high school and starting out at West Point. She also gets some help from her new friends at West Point but makes some enemies there as well.
Even with all this help and her enhanced senses, Missy sure has her work cut out for her!


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Customer Reviews

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Fast paced and fun

This quick paced enjoyable audiobook is defiantly an 18 plus read due to its explicit sexual content. Even though I had not read the first in the series, I had no problem following the storyline as the author did a good job of filling the reader in on any relevant aspects from the first book. Missy the Werecat has graduated from high school and started her military training. Her life is progressing well; she has gained more control over her powers and is even developing a few new ones, Mike and her have bonded (hence the sexual scenes) and she is flourishing well at West Point. Missy is a caring, intelligent, tough character who isn't afraid to fight to protect those she cares for. She copes well when she discovers that a special branch of the Government know she is a shifter and is able to enlist their help in dealing with the Mob. Mike is Missy's human boyfriend, he is exceedingly understanding and supportive and the chemistry between him and Missy is great, but sometimes the sex scenes are too long and overpower the storyline rather than add to it. Her adventures at West Point are enjoyable and the friends she makes are appealing and interesting. The narration was well done and it fit the story well. I received this audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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- Rabid Reader

It was alright book to listen to

What did you like best about Missy Goes to West Point? What did you like least?


If you’ve listened to books by P. G. Allison before, how does this one compare?

Its similar to the first book to the series.

What aspect of Meghan Kelly’s performance would you have changed?


Could you see Missy Goes to West Point being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

yes, maybe

Any additional comments?

I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair review

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- Slim

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-22-2016
  • Publisher: P. G. Allison