ARC Review: Jaguar Pride (Heart of the Jaguar #4) by Terry Spear

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Jaguar Pride 

Jaguar PrideHeart of the Jaguar #4

Genre: Parnormal Romance – Shapeshifters

Published February 3rd 2015

by Terry Spear 

Source: NetGalley

JAG Special Forces operatives like Golden Claw agent Melissa Overton and her partner, Huntley Anderson, are trained for the most dangerous missions in the harshest environments. These hardened jaguar shifters can handle any variable, even . . . babies?

When Huntley and Melissa find two jaguar shifter cubs snoozing in their jungle hut while on assignment, they have to keep the cubs and each other safe from ruthless poachers, bringing these partners closer in ways they never expected…



~ 4 Jaguar Pride Stars ~

Jaguar Pride is book four in the Heart of the Jaguar series by Terry Spear and can be read as a standalone. 

I enjoyed the story and characters. It did start of a little slow at the begging for me, but once Huntley and Melissa headed out on a mission to catch the poacher who got away from them, things started picking up. They work well together as a team and as a couple. I enjoyed how the relationship grew into a steamy hot romance, between Huntley and Melissa. I also loved what happens to them, when they are surprised with two shifter cubs, they have to take care of. Oh Boy! It was fun to watch them become instant parents for a few days until others in the JAG agency could come and help. The JAG agents show great dedication and experience. The humor and banter, between the couples and characters show the depth of love, friendship, and dedication they have. 

Jaguar Pride is a very fun lighthearted paranormal romance with a slight mystery. Ms. Spear knows how to create a fun world full of sexy interesting shifters with the right amount of action and romance. I adore Ms. Spear’s work and will always re-read one of them.

* Disclaimer: I received an ARC copy free of charge from Sourcebooks Casablanca off NetGalley with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.

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