“Just because they called you insane doesn’t mean its true”
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏🌎
Character development: 🤓😮😳🤯
Narration Type: Solo Narration
The Hero: Peter – He is brother to Charlotte from When a Liger Mates and he had at one time had the key which was lost in Taming a Bear. Though the key that was lost was a fake and he has the real one and the book needed to figure out where to go on the quest to find out what the key opens. Though people are following him, he thinks his sisters husband Lawrence sent them.
The heroine: Nora – She was told to keep an eye on Peter by Auric, the Lion King. She really had no choice. She finds out that he has behaved in a shady way, saying he was lost in the Russian wilderness for six months and came out with amnesia. What she didn’t expect was to be drawn in by his smell from the moment she meets him. She knows immediately he is her mate.
The Story: Peter really did have amnesia at one point. Though he knew he had to lie low until his troubles were over. He kept dreaming of a Tiger attacking him and was deathly afraid of them. He had no knowledge of shifters even after his sister married one. Though he loved Kittens, they soothed him somehow. He couldn’t figure out why but they did.
The book was told in dual points of view via solo narration and narrated by Troy Duran. Troy does a great job and I actually found these books on audible by searching on his name. I love his voice, the attitude he puts into his characters and I don’t even mind his female voice.
Peter was a different sort of Hero. He had a rap sheet which included theft. He also bought cheap and re-sold antiques for what they were really worth. Then he went to Russia on business, though nobody knows what business, he was missing for 6 months and re-emerged with amnesia and white striped scars that covered his body. Nora was intrigued by the man.
This one was the most whimsical and unpredictable of the books in the series that I have read, and if you are in the mood for that, it is really good. I liked it quite a bit. It was part fairy tale-ish and part fantasy and part treasure hunt.
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