Call of the Cougar by Terry Spear

Call of the Cougar

byTerry Spear

Kobo ebook | November 20, 2014

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Special Agent for the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife Services, Tracey Whittington, takes down wildlife traffickers and more, but what she doesn't expect is to be in a shootout, multiple times, when the business turns deadly. Nor does she suspect she'll be working with Hal Haverton, who serves as a part-time deputy for Yuma Town, Colorado, and runs his own horse ranch. As long as he doesn't stop her investigative work—she has been placed on administrative leave due to the last shootout—she'll be just fine.

 

Hal Haverton has every intention of keeping the wild cat safe, even if it means helping her to solve the case when every time he turns around, she's involved in another shootout. When her boss asks their good friend, the sheriff, to have one of his deputies serve as a bodyguard for the cougar shifter, Hal's all for it. So is the other deputy, but Hal's got this covered. Even if getting somewhere with the lady means having his gun ready at all times. There are definite perks to getting to know the Special Agent better—if they live long enough to do something about it.

Title:Call of the CougarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 20, 2014Publisher:Terry SpearLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633110044

ISBN - 13:9781633110045

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from "Call of the Cougar" by Terry Spear. Book 2 in the Heart of the Cougar series. I read this book in February 2015. This was my review. I liked this book. I thought it was a good addition to the series. The main characters of Hal and Tracey were very likable. Tracey is a cougar-shifter working for the government helping track down animal-parts traffickers. Her job is very dangerous and so far she's been in two shoot-outs, losing a partner in one and one partner getting severely injured. The trail of the trafficker she's hunting has brought her to an abandoned town in cougar-shifter territory where she meets Hal, part-time deputy sheriff and all around hot cougar-shifter male. And he just happened to save her life. Now he's assigned as her bodyguard because her boss thinks all these shooting are more personal towards Tracey, not just "bad-guys" trying to get away. Hal never expected to fall for the beautiful she-cat Tracey, who seems to get shot at a lot. Now that he's her bodyguard, he's not letting her out of his sight. She's everything a male like him could want...passionate about her job, fiesty, a little bit stubborn, gorgeous, kind and caring. He will protect her with his life, and he plans to spend the rest of his life with her. This book was a really sweet romance. Hal and Tracey's relationship just develops throughout the book, no emotional rollercoasters or misunderstandings between them to cause a rift. There is worry for each other during the more exciting action scenes and great chemistry in their intimate encounters. The rest of the plot reads a lot like a mystery/suspense with the reader trying to figure out who's trying to kill Tracey and who's telling the truth or lying. I must say that the story line moves quite fast at times and I found myself thinking I missed something and re-reading a few paragraphs to check. Other than that, I liked this book. I'm glad I read it
Date published: 2017-02-17