Double Cougar Trouble by Terry Spear

Double Cougar Trouble

byTerry Spear

Kobo ebook | November 28, 2016

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Trouble doesn’t always come in twos.

Jack Barrington still has an army obligation that takes him away from the woman who had enchanted him when they were both in college, but Dottie Hamilton refuses to marry a man in the military because of the problem of raising cougar shifter cubs in foreign lands and the worry he may be killed while overseas like her cousin was, leaving a wife and three little ones behind. When Jack returns home to see his family and Dottie’s only living relative, her aunt, she convinces Dottie to bring her twins home to see her—and to see him. Jack has two-and-a-half weeks to convince Dottie to wait for him while he finishes his last three months on active duty. And learns the truth. Dottie’s twins are his own flesh and blood.

Dottie has made a lot of mistakes in her life, including providing a father for her children by marrying a man, who turns out to be an arms’ dealer. When Jack returns to her after finishing his army obligation, he’s determined to prove he’s the mate she needs in her life, and he has every intention of being the father to his four-year-old twins. Now the criminal deeds of Dottie’s dead ex-husband have come back to haunt her. And she and Jack and their cougar friends will have to band together to stop the arms’ dealers before they destroy what the cougars hold dear.

Title:Double Cougar TroubleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 28, 2016Publisher:Terry SpearLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633110168

ISBN - 13:9781633110168

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from "Double Cougar Trouble" by Terry Spear. Book 4 in the Heart of the Cougar series. I finished reading this book on January 17, 2017. This was my review. I'm giving this book <b>2.5 stars</b> because I'm split right down the middle of liking it or not. I liked the characters of Jack and Dottie, both cougar shifters with a past relationship between them. The overall story line was good and the romance between Jack and Dottie was really sweet. Jack is a military man with 3 months left of his service. When he comes home and finds out that Dottie, the beautiful cougar he had a very short relationship with 5 years ago, is still available, he can't believe it. Dottie didn't want a relationship with a man in the military but if he can convince her to wait just 3 months for him, he knows they can have something special. Plus he's pretty sure he's the father of her 4 year old twins. Dottie can't believe her aunt set her up; asked to come visit for a while when Jack just happens to be there too! It's just not going to work if he stays in the military. When she learns Jack is not going back, well maybe they can make it work. She just hopes he can forgive her for not telling him the truth that he's the father of her twins. So that's the basic romantic story line of this book. The overall story plot involves Jack's ex-fiance, Dottie's dead ex-husband and a group of cougars up to no good. So here's why I'm split on this book.... I liked the overall plot of why these bad cougars are targeting Jack and Dottie. I thought it was interesting and exciting. What I didn't really like to much was the romance between Jack and Dottie. No...let me rephrase that. Their romance was heartwarming and sweet but I had a problem with their "life." No angst, no arguments, no fighting, no disagreements. Nothing. Everything is just absolutely perfect. Jack gets a new job (no problem), the cougar town supports them (above and beyond), he moves in with Dottie and the kids (and the kids love him right away), babysitters available at their beck-and-call. Everything was so squeaky freaking clean....it actually got on my nerves. I guess their romance was a little too perfect for me. Overall, I thought the book was good. The first half was a little slow but the last half moved at a really good pace. I liked the added teasing about another character, Dan, and what may be happening with him. I will continue to read this series.
Date published: 2017-02-20