“Put Victoria with two Alpha brothers, and wow, oh wow, your socks will be knocked off.”
First a Marine, then a black ops agent, Victoria Morgan knows the military is where she belongs…until a sniper’s bullet changes her life. Trying to prove she’s not washed up, she rescues a young man from kidnappers. When the dying boy transforms into a cougar—and bites her—she learns of an entire hidden society. He begs her to inform his grandfather of his death and to keep the secret of the shifters’ existence. She can’t refuse, but what if the creatures pose a danger to the country she swore to protect?
As guardian of the shifter territory, Calum McGregor wields the power of life and death over his people. When a pretty human female arrives in their wilderness town, he and his littermate become increasingly concerned. Not only is the little female hiding something, but she is far more appealing than any human should be.
While investigating the shifters, Victoria begins to fall in love with the werecat brothers and the town as well. For the first time in her life, she might have a real home. Her hopes are crushed when a deadly enemy follows her from the city, and the shifters discover she knows their secret. Now nobody is safe—least of all Victoria.
HOUR OF THE LION was simply amazing. Hot hunky shifter men, a strong and sassy heroine, a gripping story, and some oh so lovely ménage action are just the tip of the iceberg in this phenomenal read! A Top Pick and 5 Stars
~ The Romance Reviews
This one is a re-read for me... It's been awhile and I wanted to get the feeling of the story again with Cherise Sinclair's newest release in this series that just came out.
The story itself is a fantastic shifter read.. And WOW .. this Author can write the HOT scenes!
I only have a very few authors that I read shifter books by and way back when I read this for the first time.. Cherise was my first. Since then I've discovered another author I love reading.. It's opened my mind to this paranormal world and I really enjoy reading about werecats, wolves, tigers, bears.. Oh my!
Different genre for this author and I thought I would give it a try. For a shifter read it was good. The story was engaging and the characters were likable. It was awesome to have a strong female character that held her own.