Author: Catherine Lievens
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
You can’t outrun the past, especially when it comes back to get you.
Nolan has been in the scientists’ hands for months. He’s finally rescued, but it’s only to be abandoned in a snowy Whitedell, alone. Luckily for him he’s a cat shifter, and who wouldn’t want to adopt a cute kitty like him? That’s how he ends up in the middle of a house full of felines so much bigger than him, who could eat him for breakfast. They don’t, but a new problem arises. Nolan meets his mate, a mate he doesn’t want.
Casey ran from his birth pride years ago and spent most of his life alone in his cheetah form. After being rescued by Dominic, the pride’s Alpha, he is happy to find his mate, even if it seems Nolan doesn’t want him. Just as they start solving their problems, someone from Casey’s past comes back, someone who will do anything to have him back, even hurting Casey, or worse, Nolan.
Will Nolan and Casey be able to save their budding relationship from Casey’s past, or will they be separated forever?
We continue the saga of the illegal labs with recent escapee Nolan, a cat shifter. Unlike the other cat shifter’s we have encountered so far, however… Nolan is a normal housecat type shifter, not a big cat. Of course, he manages to find himself in the Whitedell Pride mansion and within smelling distance of his mate.
There is no “will they? won’t they?” when it comes to their mating. Well, only a little on Nolan’s part. Casey is all for mating as he long ago lost his only family thanks to homophobic shifters. Of course, homophobia is a huge, recurring theme in this entire series. Almost to the point that it loses its impact. Throw in a little jealous ex, and you have ready made, but perfectly predictable, conflict.
While somewhat interesting, Nolan nor Casey held any interest for me coming into the story. I don’t remember either having been mentioned in the first two books in the series. They felt placed into the world for the complete reason of drawing out the tension between Finn and Bryce.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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