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Rage

Rage might be an aggressive Hunter by nature, but the gorgeous male has never had a problem charming the females. All except Lucie Gaudet. Of course the lovely Geek is a born troublemaker, and it was no surprise to Rage when she was kicked out of the Wildlands. But now the Pantera need a first-class hacker to stop the potential destruction of their people. And it's up to Rage to convince Lucie to help. Can the two forget the past - and their sizzling attraction - to save the Pantera?

Killian

Gorgeous, brutal, aggressive, and human, Killian O'Roarke wants only two things: to get rid of the Pantera DNA he's been infected with and get back to the field. But the decorated Army Ranger never bargained on meeting the woman - the female - of his dreams on his mission to the Wildlands. Rosalie lost her mate to a human, and now the Hunter despises them all. In fact she thinks they're good for only one thing: barbeque. But this one she's guarding is testing her beliefs. He is proud and kind and knows the pain of loss. But in a time of war between their species, isn't any chance of love destined for destruction?

©2015 Debbie Raleigh & Laura Wright (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • 28-09-20

Two 4 the price of one

Two novella's by Alexandra Ivy and Laura Wright in the Pantera series. One of my main concern with any anthology is that the stories are never equally as good. These novella's being crafted by the same authors we don't have to worry about them not being equally well written. But even with the same authors it's going to be hard to well develop the characters and plot in novella's to the point that there is no room for negative comparison. So while one novella had me invested in the characters the other had me checking to see how much longer I had before it was finished. You decide