Review: Bitten by a Hellcat (Eternal Mates #6)  by Felicity Heaton

February 25, 2015 Review 0

Review: Bitten by a Hellcat (Eternal Mates #6)  by Felicity Heaton

The sole remaining member of the most famous shifter hunter family in history, Owen Nightingale is a mercenary and a man with a secret held in his closely guarded heart, but when a beautiful rare shifter catches his eye and offers him a job, he has the feeling he’ll be the one paying for helping her—with his heart.

Cait is in a spot of trouble with a capital T. A male hellcat has set his sights on claiming her and she’s one kitty who doesn’t want a collar. When she meets a dark, alluring and mysterious hunter, she sees a chance to rid herself of the male, but the price Owen sets and the fierce passion that burns white-hot between them lures her dangerously under his seductive spell.

Can Owen discover the true intent of the male hellcat and stop Cait from falling into his hands? And can Cait retain control as the heat of desire burns between her and Owen, or will a reckless moment seal both of their fates forever?

Title: Bitten by a Hellcat
Author: Felicity Heaton
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Unleash, Her Wicked Angel, Hunger, Tempted by a Rogue Prince
Series: Eternal Mates
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Kissed by a Dark Prince , Claimed by a Demon King , Tempted by a Rogue Prince, Hunted by a Jaguar
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: February 17th 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 163
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

The Eternal Mate series continues on with Bitten by a Hellcat. Hellcat Cait finds herself in a tight spot and looks for help dealing with male hellcat from mercenary Owen. Mmmmm…Owen. It’s always those quiet ones you have to watch out for. Their secrets are so alluring and Owen is filled with them. Cait is a curiosity as a hellcat and not what I expected. She starts out very sensual, alluring which is what I expect from her breed but I found her to be a contradiction of strength at the all the right times and weak at all the wrong ones. They did made a good couple and things certainly do heat up for them although they didn’t have the emotional oomph for me that the previous characters had. But what it lacked in the emotional department it made up for in twists and action. The race, the rescue, the resolution – those three R’s certainly put the final touches on it for me.

I’ll make a brief mention about some of those secondary characters because that’s what their appearances were; brief. I see a few that I would like see more of in future books. Then there is the one (who I won’t name!) I’ve been hoping from the beginning of the series he would get his own book. He’s there and gone so fast. What a disappointment, what a surprise, what a tease! I’m still holding out hope for him to finally get a mate.

The series started off great with a variety of different beings but the last three books have been a bit kitty cat driven. Not that it’s a bad thing but I’m really hoping the next book moves away from the purr and get things pumping with a grrr or even a roar. Even if it doesn’t this is still a great series that any PNR fan will love.

 

Bitten by a Hellcat

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