A SAHM that reads and reviews romance (all sub genres of romance), Urban Fantasy & Sci-Fi, sometimes Horror, and YA (some sub genres of it).
I've been reading since I was my oldest daughter's age….thanks to R.L. Stine & Christopher Pike…and later on thanks to Anne Rice. Those 3 authors changed my life and I have been obsessed with reading ever since.
Felicity Heaton is always surprising me with her detailed story lines and lovable characters. Each story keeps me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end due to the characters puts in the stories and what they have to deal with in those stories. It's no different in Hunted by a Jaguar. From the moment the characters are introduced I'm clicking furiously on my kindle to follow them through their story together. I happened to read this story on a road trip, so believe me I was reading like a mad woman while I was in the vehicle. I need to follow Kyter and Iolanthe through their unusual journey together.
First let me say I LOVED Iolanthe because she is one kickass heroine and I friggin' love kickass heroines. She holds her own throughout the story and I adored her from beginning to end, especially when I found out who is related to. Seriously…brownie points to Iolanthe because I am in love with the person she's related to. She is stubborn though when it comes to getting help in the story, but she has every right to be. She kind of made me mad towards the end, but all was fair after she made up for it in the very end. She had her flaws, but I still love how strong she was in the story no matter if she did some crazy things.
Kyter is an unusual character, but I remember him from before. I was excited to learn more about him in Hunted by a Jaguar because he's not only Jaguar. He has a dark secret about him, and he's had nothing but a troubled life. Poor guy. He's out for revenge in the story for what happened in his Pride, but it's kind of hard to get that revenge if someone else is looking for what you are looking for. Kyter's qualities are similar to Iolanthe on being a strong male character, but he is also very funny and devilish. Devilish…by always messing with Iolanthe's head….(flirting…etc.)
Felicity always knows how to make a story flow from the minute a reader starts reading the first page to the very last page. She puts in the right amount of action and romance to make it hard to put down. (At least that is what Hunted by a Jaguar did for me)
I give this book 4.5 moons and highly recommend this book to PNR lovers out there. I do recommend reading in order for this series. You don't want to miss out on the other previous stories. Kyter is mentioned before…so you know ahead of time secondary characters do get their own book later on.
I look forward to sitting down and reading the next book in the series, after my crazy work week is over with. I need my Eternal Mates fix. =)