Saturday, January 14, 2017

Reviewing Sunchaser by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus

Sunchaser (Smilodon Pride #2) by Beryll Brackhaus & Osiris Brackhaus 4*
BLURB:Ain't nothing wrong with playing human – it's the other humans that ruin the fun.
After too many weeks as a New Mexico farm hand, werecat Roan desperately needs to get out of town or he'll start eating idiots instead of ignoring them.
But he discovers an abused werewolf in the pen of a travelling circus, and even though he can't stand the „dogs“, he decides to rescue his fellow werecreature. He is unaware that Betsy, the idealistic daughter of the local Sheriff, plans to do exactly the same.
Together, they manage to fuck up a perfectly good rescue operation and Roan catches a chest full of lead. Which isn't enough to kill a werecat, but now Roan is on the run to Mexico with overeager Betsy and their crippled werewolf charge in tow.
They will have to overcome their prejudices and grow into a family if they are to outrun the police, angry parents, jealous fiancees and vengeful circus fey hot on their heels.
***
Sunchaser is a non-romantic road-movie about a werecat drifter, a wide-eyed human girl and a defective werewolf learning that sometimes, family really is the ones you didn’t pick.


My Review: I was given the book so that I could give it an honest review. So to be honest I think it says everything you need to know about the book in this last paragraph of the blurb Sunchaser is a non-romantic road-movie about a werecat drifter, a wide-eyed human girl and a defective werewolf learning that sometimes, family really is the ones you didn’t pick. To be a little more forthcoming though, I will tell you that I enjoyed the story and would have loved to read more about them and to find out if ... ooops nearly gave you a spoiler there. Well let's just say I enjoyed the way the Characters grew, both within themselves and closer together too. I also wanted more and hope to get it in the next book about The Smilodon Pride.

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