Feral Heat (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 18 mars 2014
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Deni is a nice women, but older than Jace with mostly grown cubs of her own and has been mated before. She has been fighting going feral after a bad motorcycle accident and Jace is from the Vegas shifter town, there illegally to help the Morrisey's figure out how to safely remove the collars.
Jace and Deni meet when he arrives in town at the fight club and Jace is jumped by another shifter and Deni can't fight her instincts and jumps in to help Jace.
Cute short story with many of the series favorites making an appearance, but (sigh) not a lot of chemistry. Jace deserved better!
Best to read series in order for full enjoyment!
Jennifer Ashley spins a tale of fantastically different diversities in shifters that are searching for a way out of their captivity from their human jailers. Their collars that were forced on them though Fae and Human technology keeps them controlled and incarcerated within set boundaries, mental as well as physical. In Feral Heat, Jace and Deni are thrust together in unlikely circumstances. From the beginning they both feel the mating frenzy, a pull to mate and their lives become intertwined forever. This is their journey to find love, acceptance and freedom.
Deni is lupine and her brother Ellison is her alpha. Her family consists of her two cubs, Ellison and Maria, Ellison's mate. She suffered a near kidnapping that damaged her when her motorcycle crashed during a chase by a mad man. Deni has been trying to find her way back to the land of the living and a way to heal from the damaged done to her mind and body.
Jace is the son of the alpha of the Las Vegas Shiftertown and is a strong alpha among feline shifters. He is a dominant that can control his emotions and has volunteered to be experimented on. Dylan and his sons lead the Austin Shifters and want to find a way to remove the collars of all shifters without it driving them insane. Jace holds great power over his cat and can consciously avert his collar from going off during times when he uses his animal senses. When Jace and Deni begin to bond their world is turned upside down by the police searching the Austin shiftertown. Who are they looking for and who is betraying them? No one knows!
This is another great addition to Ms. Ashley’s paranormal romance series. The author has the ability to grab you from the beginning weaving her story through her words causing you to get lost in the politics, drama and danger of shifters living in different Shiftertowns. There are certain developments in this book that will have you on the edge of your seat. The interaction between previous characters that you know and love is also a major plus. You are able to check in and see how their lives together are progressing in this ongoing saga. This is a highly recommended series to add to your to be read stack. A look at the life of shifters in a shiftertown community is entertaining and allows the reader inside a fantasy world where they can escape into a reality created by this brilliant author.
I don't find that many novellas I really like. They are too short. Duh! And this one was just not that interesting. I like a nice sexy romp as well as the next person, but this all happened way too fast. I feel like Jace deserved more than Deni also, as has been mentioned before. If you read this series, you'll still want to read it, but to pick it up without having read some of the others might lead you to think it's a boring series, and it is not. I'm just finishing up Wild Wolf, and it was very good. So start at the beginning and fit this one in where it belongs.
When the book starts, Deni is tired of sitting at home when everyone is out to the Fight Club, and she decides to go as well. She knows it is a bad decision but she is tired of living like this. The pheromones and aggression at the fight club really trigger her wolf, and when she sees someone she intensely dislikes beat up an unknown shifter, she has to jump in and help.
Jace, a snow leopard, and son of the Las Vegas Shifter Town leader, is here on the request of Dylan and does not really need her help, but he sure appreciates it, and the beautiful woman she shifts into as well.
While the fight between Dylan and Ronan is going strong inside, Deni and Jace really hit it off outside, until the cops show up in force, and they will have to hide the evidence of the fighting quickly. Deni comes up with a smart excuse for them gathering in force outside their Shifter town, but now Jace really needs her to cover for him. He is illegally in their Shifter town, the cops cannot find out or he will be arrested and the others will get in trouble as well. He needs Deni to take him home, and as he acted drunk, she will have to drive his motorcycle. If only until they have enough distance between them and the cops. Being with Jace, who is a real alpha, soothes her inner wolf, and Deni manages to stay in control although she is terrified of driving a motorcycle again.
When Ellison finally gets home, he is not happy when a strange male shifter is sleeping on his couch, but it was the only solution for the moment. And that Jace is smelling of his sister certainly does not please him either. But Deni is capable of making her own decisions, and her brother has no say in that, even though he is the alpha wolf of their pack.
Dylan and his sons have been working on a way of getting rid of their hated collars, without the shifter in question going feral. And of course without the humans noticing that they no longer wear their collars. As Jace is still unmated he is willing to take the risk of experimenting with removing the collar, but it hurts like hell. Deni seems to be the only one to care for him, and wants them to stop. And Jace starts to believe that Deni is his mate. When the police keep raiding their town, Jace has to stay hidden in the Rowe’s secret underground lair, where Deni keeps him company when she is able to.
Has their romance a chance when Jace has to go back home before he is missed? And when it is very hard for a shifter to obtain permission to change Shifter towns?
Ever since her accident, Deni has trouble staying in control of her wolf, almost going feral at times. She is a strong alpha wolf herself, and not many male shifters outrank her, and are thus able to help stay in control. But Jace is stronger, and him touching her really does help her. And of course does other things to her …
I liked how after their initial encounter they don’t jump into bed together, but get some time to know each other, and have her children and brother get used to him as well. Still, the attraction between them is powerful and Jace is completely taken by surprise when his leopard threatens Dylan for touching Deni. She is his! Deni is compassionate, she loves her children, and after loosing one mate, she is not afraid of falling in love again and finding a new mate. She knows life can be short in their violent world.
Fionn the Fae, father of Andrea Morrissey, wife of Sean, also makes an appearance in this novella, helping in the removal of the collars, and in keeping Jace safe in Faery when there is no time to go back to the hidden saferooms. I really liked that, and how he truly loves his daughter.
One of the main things I like about this series, is that it is a very close community of shifters, and you see previous couples again and again, and stay up to date with what is happening with them. Like Olaf, the little orphaned bear cub, he is happy now. And Tiger has an important position as well.
I do recommend this series, and look forward to reading Wild Wolf soon.
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