A new shifter romance series from New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author Cristina Rayne
**Previously published separately as #1 Transformation and #2 Revelation**
Kylie Moore has a secret, one she and her adoptive father have carefully guarded for over a decade since the night her parents disappeared. However, when she is randomly attacked one night in her apartment complex's parking lot, that one violent act sets in motion events that reveal not only her long-dormant shifter heritage in the worst possible way, but could also railroad her efforts of finding out what really happened to her parents.
Suddenly finding herself the center of attention among Riverford's shifter clans, Kylie's only hope of navigating such a dangerous minefield of politics and perpetual battles over territory is Hunter, a too-sexy-for-her-peace-of-mind jaguar shifter that might be her key to gaining insider access to the hidden and secretive shifter society.
Now Kylie must decide whether to integrate more deeply into Hunter's jaguar clan in order to take advantage of this rare opportunity or to run while her secret still remains uncovered. To stay would mean deliberately putting herself in more danger than Kylie may be prepared to handle, especially when Hunter, the person she must rely on, may be hiding something as well.
Contains mature content and language. This book is part of a continuing story line woven throughout the series and is not meant to be read as a standalone.
Good story but too many allusions to things unanswered
Really enjoyed the story here but there is too much of the allusions to things that are secret crap. I hate that...it just drags on too long here. Additionally, I didn't realize this was a cliffhanger book so it made it even more annoying.
Having said that I'm sucked in to the story and will definitely be reading book two so I guess that's a pretty good recommendation.
This was a free book so I figured why not. Having said that, I probably won’t buy the rest of the series. Too many moving parts and no explanation. I’m sure the other books answer them, but I’m just not interested enough.
I dislike cliffhangers that span a whole series. (3 or more books)
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The first in this, leaves you with more questions then answer.which means you have to buy the next book in the series. I am not a fan of cliffhangers, but that said, the storyline is well written and the characters well developed, a good read if like cliffhangers.