Aug 19, 2015

Rescued by Larynn Ford Review

Fiercely independent and determined to be taken seriously in a man’s world, PI Rose Baxter will do whatever it takes to find the kids who are disappearing from the streets and bring them home safe, even teaming up with PI Marty Brown, a man hot enough to burn whatever part of her gets too close – her fingers, her sheets, her life, and her other nature’s whiskers.
But her other nature knows whiskers grow back and will accept nothing less than this man as her mate for life, a plan Marty’s all in on. Sparks fly when she refuses to be the little woman. Besides, those kids need her and their time’s running out. But, thrown together 24/7 can she fight it?

I never used to like Shifter/paranormal romances. Then slowly I have warmed up to Werewolf books, but this is the first one I have every read when it is solely cats and I have to say that I really enjoyed it.
The story is such an unusual one. Both Marty and Rosie are shifters but didn't realize it at first, but that could be because they were too busy trying to ignore the crazy sexual attraction and also trying to observe their perp. After a disaster of a night they join sides...although somewhat reluctantly on Rosie's side. I am going to stop the story there, so not to give anything away.
I really enjoyed the story; it was such a change to read about cats instead of Alpha Wolfs and their mates (even though I love them). You can tell the Author put a lot of thought in to the plot and into each character in the story. For that reason I give the story 9 out of 10, a must read for the summer.