Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Here Kitty, Kitty
Here Kitty, Kitty by Shelly Laurenston
Nikolai “Nik” Vorislav is a tiger shifter that has always been happy with the way he lived his life. The one thing that would make his life even easier is if his father wasn’t such a strange tiger. Most tigers do not have the same mate for life but that is what his parents have done. When Nik first sets eyes on Angelina the instant attraction he feels for her makes him a little concerned but as they were passing in the airport he figured he would never see her again. What he didn’t plan on was his idiot brothers kidnapping her and dropping her off at his house.
Angelina Santiago has been very happy with her life as it has been up to this point. She has her two best friends and she is happy with that. Finding out that there are shape shifters in the world has thrown her some but nothing she can’t handle. What she doesn’t expect is to be in Texas one day and to wake up in North Carolina the next day. Now she has to figure out why she is in North Carolina and not where she is supposed to be.
Now Angelina needs to figure out how to get out of this latest mess she is in. She just has to convince herself that leaving is really what she wants to do. Nik is finding out that as much as he has always denied that he is his father son that when it comes to Angelina that he just might be a lot more like his father than he ever dreamed was possible. Now he is going to have to come to terms that there will only be one mate for him and then he has to convince Angelina that they are perfect together. That might prove to be harder than liking her psychotic friends are proving to be. And Nik thought that dealing with his weird relatives was bad, Angelina’s friends have them beat completely.
This book is another winner by the author. This one is going to have the reader laughing out loud at all the antics that the characters get into. Once the reader starts this one they will hate to put the book down for any reason. The reader will happily let dinner burn just so they don’t have to stop reading this one. This will make any day much better after reading just a little of this book. This is one not to miss though it is better to read this one as part of the whole series of books.
I give this one 5 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 00:00