Review: Jaguar Hunt (Heart of the Jaguar #3) by Terry Spear

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Jaguar Hunt

Jaguar Hunt

Heart of the Jaguar #3

Genre: Parnormal Romance – Cat Shifters

Published June 3rd 2014

by Terry Spear 

Source: Won paperback



An agent and a jaguar-shifter chase trouble, and each other, through the jungles of Belize…

Agent Tammy Anderson has a reputation: she prefers to work alone. So when she’s paired up on a mission with jaguar-shifter David Patterson—who’s only recently been released from jail—to say she’s less than thrilled is a understatement. Until she realizes that this sexy agent has what it takes…

Soon, what started as an “easy” mission to locate a missing jaguar takes the pair to Belize, where they’re chasing down two renegade teen shifters who know more than they’re telling. As the action heats up, can they keep their minds on the job and off of each other?




~ 4 Jaguar Hunt Stars ~

Jaguar Hunt is book three in the Heart of the Jaguar series by Terry Spear. It’s a sweet romance with a little action and some humor.

David and Tammy, both work for the Special Forces Golden Claw, but in different branches. They know each other through their families and are both introduced to us in Jaguar Fever. Tammy does not like to work with other agents and David does not mind working with others.

I liked both David and Tammy. David surprised me a little. I thought he was the love’n and leave’n type, but he just has bad luck with picking a women who complements him. Tammy, well she is a capable, strong, and an independent women, who needs someone too see her as that. I enjoyed that David was protective, but also saw Tammy as a strong and capable person. I liked their partnership/relationship growth throughout the book. They worked well together as a team, respecting each other, and they came to form a relationship that worked. We get some good plot developments in locating the zoo cat, as well as a few surprises. I enjoyed the mischievous teen boys and how David and Tammy where able to get them to trust them to an extent. I did kinda miss seeing previous characters from the books, like Tammy’s bothers, David’s brother, and the Anderson’s. I missed having that character connection.

All around Jaguar Hunt was a fun adventure; with the mischievous teens, locating the missing cat, and the relationship developing between David and Tammy. Ms. Spears knows how to create a fun world full of sexy interesting shifters with the right amount of suspense, action, and romance. I adore Ms. Spear work and will always re-read one of them.

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