Relentless Paperback – February 29, 2016
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I think this was my first book by this author. I have been coming back OFTEN thinking the book was set up so that we would get stories about the other members of the group. I liked Sonar and Jag. I loved that Sonar refused to let Jag push him away and not let him in as a partner. Then it was an easy step to personal partners.
I really hope the author will revisit this group and continue their stories. That is why I am writing a review now.
Jag is a sniper extraordinaire besides being a jaguar shifter. He is also tasked with his most dangerous and difficult mission to date. He needs to take out the man that is responsible for the death of his husband’s, who was also his spotter, violent death. Again.
Sonar is assigned as the new spotter to the scowling, surly feline alpha. Sonar is also an ocelot shifter. He sees more beneath the surface even as he is impressed with Jag’s skills. He sees a man that is furious and grief-stricken and that is on a trail of vengeance.
Jag and Sonar together face both challenges and perils that test their resolve, skills and the budding feelings they have for each other. The heat between them rises at the same time as the death tolls. The longings they have for each other might give them the strength they need to persevere but it could also force them to succumb and sacrifice everything. The only thing that is certain is that someone won’t be making it back alive.
This is a fast paced book that starts out with a lot of action and doesn’t stop until the very end. It reads more like a short story than a full sized book and proves to be hard to put down. It will also take readers on an emotional roller coaster that keeps going until the end. It would be interesting to see this made into a series as there are so many different characters that make for a very interesting world. This is also one for the keeper shelves.
Jag thought he had his revenge for the death of his husband. Til he who Jag thought dead resurfaces. Now he has to take a new spotter, after three years working alone and Sonar is not welcome. But the jaguar in Jag and the ocelot in Sonar work well together, and once this mission is over, they will see just how well.
Is this part of a series?? I can't find it saying so, but I'm left missing...something. Not really sure what it is I am missing, but I am left with that feeling.
Oh, don't get me wrong, this is a really good book, and I really enjoyed it, I just needed something to make it a five star read and I cannot, for the life of me, figure out what!
Jag's heart was broken when his husband died at his side. And since then he has been alone in his misery. Sonar brings him out of that, and Jag can't work out why HE would be the one to do it. Feelings his heart thought it would never feel again, feeling his HEAD thought long dead, rise to the fore with Sonar at his side and the little cat weighing in at 60lbs against his 300lb plus really pushes his luck!
I loved the interaction between, not only the two men, but the two cats too. Very different in size and temperament, they feed off each other, and Sonar's cheeky side comes out best as his cat. As his human half, Sonar pushes Jag far beyond that which anyone else did, not even his husband, and Jag, while surprised at first, really likes that. I did too. I loved the marked differences that Jag made between Sonar and his dead husband.
OH! And I loved the twist that took. Did not work that one out fast enough, but I loved that.
This is, as far as I can see, the first I've read by this author. I'd like to read more, something with the other men in their unit. Maybe thats what I'm missing, more about the others. I dunno, my brain is not firing on all cylinders today and maybe in a day or two I can word it better.
So, because of the missing...whatever it is...
4 solid stars.
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The thrilling climax of this story happened before the halfway point. Needless to say, I was confused. Over half of this book was Jag and Sonar wondering if they should become boyfriends and wondering who was going to ask first. It felt like two different books smashed together. I liked the first half of the story well enough. It was an entertaining, action based tale of a serial killer who got disturbingly close while no one was looking. The second half just had me wondering when the book was going to end. I kept thinking to myself the denouement should not be half of the book. It didn’t work for me. At all.