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  • Title: Blood of the Pride
  • Author: Sheryl Nantus
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When a severed rabbit s paw is delivered to her office, outcast cat shifter Rebecca Desjardin recognizes the summons home One of their own has been murdered and a shocking photo published in a local tabloid and her Pride needs Rebecca, now a private investigator, to track down the killer.Investigative reporter Brandon Hanover wants to find out who slipped the photo of tWhen a severed rabbit s paw is delivered to her office, outcast cat shifter Rebecca Desjardin recognizes the summons home One of their own has been murdered and a shocking photo published in a local tabloid and her Pride needs Rebecca, now a private investigator, to track down the killer.Investigative reporter Brandon Hanover wants to find out who slipped the photo of the half shifted cat woman under his door, marking him as a suspect in her death Determined to stay one step ahead of the sexy journalist, Rebecca reluctantly agrees to partner with him to find the real murderer But as their mutual attraction heats up, Rebecca finds it harder and harder to keep Brandon from discovering the existence of the shifter society and her own true nature.When the search leads them back to the Pride, Rebecca must attempt to Change for the first time in years to face the killer, and save the man she loves
    Blood of the Pride When a severed rabbit s paw is delivered to her office outcast cat shifter Rebecca Desjardin recognizes the summons home One of their own has been murdered and a shocking photo published in a local t

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    1. I m being generous with the 2 stars because I m not sure I think it has something to do with breaking my diet and making brookies I m on a brownie cookie high right now and that means I m loving everyone It s a good time to ask me for a favor.Oh yeah, I m happier than a fat baby at a boob convention.But, let me tell you, this book is awful Just horrible Like, you will wonder what the hell you were thinking when you read it It s the stuff of reader nightmares Insta love, unrealistic everything, u [...]

    2. I guess it s kinda ironic that a purely cat person can t find a book to like when dealing with cat shifters I found Stray an ok book that never convinced me to keep going on with the series And I definitely disliked Blood of the Pride.In both cases the heroine is the culprit But here, to the heroine s faults, you can add a poor rich boy hero who s even annoying I found them both unreal and lacking coherence When she was a teen she was severely beaten and thrown into the street with nothing but [...]

    3. This is the first book in an interesting new series by long time author Sheryl Nantus Book 2 Claws Bared will be out on January 21st.Rebecca is a cat shifter, and she is an unusual one at that She is also a PI, and has just gotten a summons of a severed rabbit foot calling her back home to her Pride The same Pride that kicked her out so many years ago.Another Pride mate has been murdered and an investigative reporter is spreading evidence around that cat people may exist Now that Rebecca has to [...]

    4. The beginning moved too slow, and I didn t feel as if the book would ever pick up I couldn t relate to the main heroine either.

    5. Urban fantasy and paranormal romance at its best, wrapped up in a right proper whodunit I came across the Blood of the Pride books by Sheryl Nantus researching comp titles for the first novel of my own series featuring an adult female werecat Navy career in ruins and her Affliction exposed, my protagonist must go underground to foil a plot to kidnap her family and frame the human lover she leaves behind Halfway through Nantus series opener her hard boiled Toronto PI Rebecca Desjardin had me hope [...]

    6. Funny, good plot and background To read when you are in need of some book to enjoy without not so much thinking.

    7. Decent writing, interesting premise, but a few flaws.On where I originally posted this review, right after finishing the e book , I gave it 4 stars, for 3.5 to 3.75 rounded up.A number of my favorite authors write urban fantasy and or paranormal romance Patricia Briggs, Ilona Andrews, Eileen Wilks, Nalini Singh, et al This falls about in the middle, though if you re specifically looking for detailed sexy times, look elsewhere this one is basically fade to black That s not usually a negative for [...]

    8. About 3.5, maybe 3.75 Decent writing, interesting premise, but a few flawsA number of my favorite authors write urban fantasy and or paranormal romance Patricia Briggs, Ilona Andrews, Eileen Wilks, Nalini Singh, et al This falls about in the middle, though if you re specifically looking for detailed sexy times, look elsewhere this one is basically fade to black That s not really a negative for me, though honestly, given the lead characters general attitude and dialogue, I was a little surprised. [...]

    9. You can also read this review at Reflections on Reading Romance A few years ago I was looking for some steampunk novels for my Kindle, and recommended that I read Sheryl Nantus s Wild Cards and Iron Horses I liked the book so much, I went back and bought two of her books, both in wildly different genres Blaze of Glory features reality tv super heroes suddenly forced to step up and actually BE super heroes, and What God and Cats Know is a mystery with a feline shapeshifter PI I loved all the boo [...]

    10. This is a strange one for me, I listened to the audio book of Sheryl Nantus s Blood of the Pride rather than reading it as I normally would and I think the god awful narration has really affected my opinion of the book Although the heroine Reb came across really well the narrator made the hero reporter Brandon came across as far too upbeat and beyond annoying, the pride alpha Jess sounded like a posh granny than a powerful alpha and the narrators Irish accent for the doorman made me honestly la [...]

    11. Originally posted at ufreview 2012 02 22 blood Review I got this one from Netgalley as an eARC in turn for a fair and honest review Rebecca was a member of the Pride as a child and was kicked out of the pride as a teenager because she didn t have the ability to shift forms, now several years later the Pride brings her back to solve a murder of one of their own A photo of the dead shapeshifter in mid change is sent to a tabloid reporter, so Rebecca must prevent their secrets from being revealed a [...]

    12. I m always on the lookout for new Canadian authors and Sheryl Nantus fits the bill I ve had this review copy for a while and actually read the book a few times but I ve been on the road and not in a great position to write up a review With the second book in the series now available, I thought it was past time to talk about it because it s a great story There s a lot to like in Blood of the Pride First, it s set in the Toronto area, which was really fun for me since that s where I m from It was [...]

    13. You don t find very many cat shifter stories Rachael Vincent has a great one but up until reading Blood of the Pride I had not found any others that were worth reading Mrs Nantus did a great job building her Felis world Their society is well thought out with a clear structure that comes through in the story without being boring or overwhelming Now onto our main character Reb s life is far from glamorous As an outcast from her own kind she is living in the bad part of town as a PI She has no clos [...]

    14. My mini review can also be found on my blog Collections.2.5 starsI would say Blood of the Pride managed to hold my interest, considering I was able to read it till the very end However, I didn t think it was a stand out amongst other paranormal and urban fantasy novels I ve read I also felt that the characters weren t always consistent in the things they said They would go on and on about the consequences of certain actions, yet later they would backtrack or change their mind It was a little too [...]

    15. I ve always loved the idea of cat shifters Normally I see them as panthers, but these cat shifters are unique unto themselves Rebecca was kicked out of her pride because she is unable to shape shift, which left both emotional and physical scars behind This created a wonderfully in depth character right from the get go, which had me hooked The reporter, Brandon, pops into the story with a flurry of alpha maleness that few humans have in paranormal stories Along with an interesting cat human hybri [...]

    16. I have to say that I liked that the cat shifters weren t lions or tigers, they weren t even lynx or bobcats, they were just the supernatural equivalent of any old housecat you see on the street It was quite novel that they weren t amazing or exotic and yet they were still stronger and lethal than any regular unarmed human would be.Overall it was a fun, though fairly generic, read and I quite liked the story and the characters, but it didn t seem to matter what was going on I never really found [...]

    17. This book had some continuity problems, there were a few glaring to me hiccups on this line, seemingly changed at the last minute to tie things up easily But despite these the world was interesting While the two main characters were interesting, the romance kinda wasn t Everything was a little to pat, answers coming relatively quickly and conveniently It was at times a bit slow paced.But where normally even one or two of these sort of things would have me putting the book down, I did read the wh [...]

    18. A good story with bad characters The plot was great, a little murder mistery with some cat shifters involved I didn t like the characters, though The hero was boring and stupid, the heroine was confusing me by alternating between weak shifter and badass investigator Their relationship evolved far too fast, basically jumping into bed after 48 hours, with no explanation for it Also, the reason for the collaboration between them was really really stupid.All in all, I ll read the next to see where i [...]

    19. Won this book along with the 3 sequals through a giveaway Although nothing groundbreaking, I still found Blood of the Pride to be an enjoyable read Though it would technically be considered urban fantasy due to the feline shape shifters, in the end it was mostly a typical murder mystery novel Will be interested to see where this series will lead to as I don t see the current setup being able to carry over to 3 books.

    20. keywords shifters, crime, romance, YA 15 , MurderIn short A good read with an interesting storyline and want to know characters would have been 4 stars if the story didn t drag somewhat in the middle Despite the story dragging i am look forward to the development of the characters lives and their personalities.

    21. Well written urban fantasy with a strong, appealing heroine Rebecca is an exile from the shifter Felis tribe, but gets called back in to help solve a murder Politics and a shifter society focussed on secrets make for dangerous waters I also liked the romantic subplot between Rebecca and tabloid reporter, Brandon.

    22. meh it was ok to begin with but the longer the book went on the worse it got cheesy, hokey, full of aww shucks back and forth filler dialogue world building was a total joke absolutely amateur compared to other books in the same genre, girl detective with something extra to make it paranormal urban fantasy fun times, this is not good.

    23. I am always on the look out for new shifter stores and I enjoyed this book.Blood of the Pride is different from other shifter stories which for me has it s pros and cons Mainly I found it hard to visualize what they looked like as cat people because they are not the average shifter But that may be a refreshing change in the long run Onward

    24. I have read many urban fantasy s and maybe my standards are too high It was ok, did not really bring anything new and I felt I had read the story before elsewhere, did not make me excited but it was not a badly written either it was just missing an elusive something Will still give the next book in the series a go.

    25. I did enjoy this book and the premise of a extensive pride of cat shifters But I think I would have enjoyed it if the shifters had been feline The overall story telling was fast paced, yet it did lack the sexy aggressive attributes of common to most shifter novels.

    26. This book was better than I expected it to be but not as awesome as I wanted it to be Though I am hoping the author writes a sequel to it so that is a great sign It was an enjoyable read and I would definitely recommend it.

    27. An enjoyable mix of mystery, action, and feline shapeshifters Tired of werewolves Try this instead The romance is also very good, and I was glad to see that Bran could be an alpha without being an alphole.

    28. Blood of the pride was just kinda average I ve read better UF shifter books before I lost interest after reading 3 4 of the book and I would have liked to see romance It was interesting at times though.

    29. I didn t hate this book but it was definitely sub par for me I didn t like how easy their relationship was, or her relationship with her Felis past I ll skip the next ones in this series.

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