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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Jaguar Fever by Terry Spear

Jaguar Fever Cover_thumb[3] Title: Jaguar Fever

Author: Terry Spear

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

ISBN: 978-1-4022-6695-9

Format: Mass Market Paperback and E-book $7.99

How I Read It: Mass Market Arc from Publisher

Rating: 4.5 Crowns

She's being pursued by everyone, in more ways than one.

Even in an exotic world of humans, jaguars, and tantalizing creatures who shift between the two, Maya Anderson stands out from the crowd. Interest from human suitors is bad enough, but when male shifters give chase, the real trouble starts.

Who's the hunter and who's the prey?

Investigating the black marketing trade of exotic animals keeps Wade Patterson more than busy. When he and Maya both get entangled in a steamy jungle mission, it becomes impossible to tell who is being hunted or who the hunters are. Wade is desperate to survive this deadly game of cat and mouse. But it's Maya's piercing eyes that keep him awake at night.

My Thoughts:

I have been waiting for Maya and Wade’s story ever since I read Savage Hunger (Book 1 in Terry Spear’s Heart of the Jaguar series).

Having read book one in the series, I knew Maya wasn’t going to be one of those ‘poor me’ heroines. She’s definitely a take charge, do her own thing, strong, confident, independent heroine that made for a fun read. Wade also made an appearance in the book, but we didn’t really get a chance to get to know him. Now that he is front and center in Jaguar Fever, I have to say that he is one of my favorite heroes that I have read this year.

Rife with sensuality, heat, danger, adventure, passion, and romance Jaguar Fever will keep the read up until the wee hours of morning.

I have read numerous romances by the talented Terry Spear and while they are shape-shifter romances, no two are alike. Each book is fresh and witty with endearing characters and brilliantly thought-out plots.

I would most definitely put Jaguar Fever on the top of your to be read list.

Review by Angela Simmons

1 comment:

Janice Hougland said...

Yes, Terry's books are always my "go to" paranormal stories, no matter what species of shape shifters the stories are about. When I'm reading one of her books it's like I'm the heroine or a sidekick of hers, really in the action and romance. Swoon! jdh2690@gmail.com