Taming the Wild Cougar by Terry Spear

Taming the Wild Cougar

byTerry Spear

Kobo ebook | October 20, 2015

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Cougar shifter, Dr. Kate Parker, is planning her annual camping vacation alone this year. She runs into trouble before she even starts her trip in the form of one wounded, hot cougar undercover cop—or so he says. He’s not going along with just her tender loving care because he came into town as a cougar, and he needs her help to get him back to where he can take up the search to look for an arms dealer, who just happens to be a cougar too.

Leyton Hill slipped into the unlocked, darkened clinic, figuring his luck had just changed. Except he doesn’t plan for the good doctor to be napping in her office. Taking him on her vacation wasn’t in the plan, and taking her hostage, hadn’t been either, but now she’s stuck with him until he can get back to his mission and the chase at hand. It appears the roles have reversed and who’s holding whom hostage now?

Title:Taming the Wild CougarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 20, 2015Publisher:Terry SpearLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633110087

ISBN - 13:9781633110083


Rated 3 out of 5 by from "Taming the Wild Cougar" by Terry Spear. Book 3 in the Heart of the Cougar series. I read this book in February 2016. This was my review. I'm giving this book 2.5 stars. I found this book about Leyton and Kate just OK for me. I've read this series from the beginning and for this book I found it didn't catch my attention as the others did. Still a good story, I just found the story line dragged a bit. The overall story line is that Leyton is a cougar working undercover for the Cougar Special Forces Department to catch rogue cougars breaking the law. When he gets shot on a mission, he breaks into a clinic for supplies never suspecting that the doctor is still there. So he decides to take Dr. Kate hostage. Kate is a cougar all ready to go on her camping vacation when she's taken hostage. Since her camping spot is near where Leyton needs to go to catch the bad guy, Kate is pulled in an adventure she didn't expect. Now, I try not to give away spoilers in my reviews so I'll try to skim over what I liked and didn't like without giving away to much. <b>What I didn't like:</b> 1 - Kate's reaction to Leyton "kidnapping" her and other situations they get into. I kept thinking "Really Kate? That's your reaction?" Even though Leyton is a good guy, I found Kate took everything way to calmly. 2 - Elements of the story line were very predictable. 3 - The first half of the book was more of a survival story than a romance and didn't really have anything to do with Leyton catching the bad guy. 4 - The romance between Leyton and Kate just kind of simmers through the story. No angst involved or anything like that. <b>What I did like:</b> 1 - I found the second part of the book more interesting than the first half. The story picks up a bit more. 2 - Interesting facts are revealed about who Leyton really is. 3 - When the enemy is revealed, I was actually surprised, which is a good thing! 4 - We learn something very interesting about Dan, the leader of the local cougar police, that made me interested in continuing to read this series just to find out what's going to happen with Dan. After weighing my likes and dislikes, I decided to give this book 2.5 stars. I will continue reading this series just because of LIKE #4. :-)
Date published: 2017-02-19