Friday, October 19, 2012


SAVAGE HUNGER may be purchased here.

Terry Spear

Kathleen McKnight is working undercover with her army unit, when she is captured by a vicious drug lord.   Luckily, Connor Anderson, a jaguar shifter, hears her and comes to her rescue, saving her life.  Connor disappears, when more army personnel arrive, and Kathleen is left to wonder what happened to him.  After a year, Kathleen goes back to the jungle, where she was held captive, only to have Connor and his sister, Mia, save her.

SAVAGE HUNGER is an enjoyable shifter romance with great characters and an exciting storyline.  Kathleen has been through a great trauma and is struggling to come to terms with her fears.  I liked the fact that Kathleen is strong and intelligent and able to take care of herself in most situations.  Connor and Mia are the only jaguar shifters, that they know of.  Because of this fact, Connor and Maya only have each other and are lonely and craving mates.  Connor doesn't wish to turn a human and sentence her to a lonely existence of hiding their true nature.  Connor is everything, that is expected in a hero, and is willing to sacrifice for those he loves.  Luckily, Maya is very impulsive and takes the decision out of his hands.  While Maya's  intentions are good, her actions could have been very detrimental for Kathleen.  The only minor quibble, that I have with this book, is the lack of consequences Kathleen faces as a result of her actions.

All in all, SAVAGE HUNGER is a good read, and I look forward to reading Maya's book.

NOTE:  I received this book in exchange for an impartial review.