Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Michelle Slade has been trying to overcome an attack her freshman year in college and has devoted her time to her cat rescue Cats Alive. She works for Aegar Investigations and has kept her secret of the attack. She has premonitions and is hypersensitive enabling her to read others’ feelings.
Casey Mitchell has lived his life as a were-lynx always keeping his secret and has wanted a relationship with Michelle for a long time knowing that she is keeping a secret, a secret that has made her back away from any kind of relationship. It would seem that a relationship between these two would be impossible but is there hope that they can both overcome their secrets and open up to each other?
Cats are disappearing and there is no doubt that William Carter is responsible. For years he has been on the sidelines blaming Michelle for her attack and wanting revenge against her for hurting a close friend’s son. Now he is in the process of taking away her new home, her childhood home where she can have the peace and quiet she desires and a place she can bring her rescue cats for help until they are adopted.
Casey helped secure a patent for a state-of-the-art device and trials are having problems, problems he has no doubt are thanks to William Carter. With missing cats and no doubt trouble heading his way Casey has no choice but to confess his secret to Michelle hoping that it won’t send her running. He should have known that her love of cats would extend to a were-lynx as well.
With help from his boss Jackson, William Carter’s son, a son who has done everything he can to make up for his father’s cruelty and his colony Casey is determined to free the captured cats and discover and put an end to the evil plans that Carter has in mind.
Secrets, betrayals, good vs. evil and amazing characters made this book exciting from beginning to end and I can’t wait for more because although this book is not a cliffhanger there is no doubt that people like William Carter are not going to go away and they will no doubt be a large part of the upcoming books.