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  • "Blade" - Book 23 in the Bayou Heat series

    I just finished reading this novella February 13, 2018. This is my review. I really liked this addition to the Bayou Heat series about Blade and Valli. As part of the 1001 Dark Nights collection, you can absolutely read this novella as a stand alone as the backstory to the series is explained well enough so that you understand who the "bad" guys are and why they are so bad. This story focuses on Blade, a Pantera (puma shifter) that was held captive by Benson Industries in order to create super soldiers. Now Blade is free but he can't stop thinking about the human woman he couldn't save. So Blade is on a mission to find her and find out if she may be carrying his cub. He lost and failed her once, it won't happen again. Valli wants nothing to do with the Pantera. Especially after she was assaulted by one in a clinic where she was trying to get help with her unknown illness. She never thought she'd come face to face with her attacker again. When he denies the attack, Valli can't believe it. She knows what happened...or does she? Her memory of that time is really foggy. Is this shifter really telling the truth? And how can they find out what really happened? Such a good story line in this book. The pacing of the story flows easily and quickly, keeping you interested the whole time. The romance between Valli and Blade is hot and passionate. Both of their emotional struggles with their backgrounds gives depth to each of the characters. As this book is written by two authors, the transitions between them are seamless, making it feel as if one author wrote the whole thing. Congrats to both Ms. Ivy and Ms. Wright for that. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and am really looking forward for more stories in the Bayou Heat world.

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