Title: Eye of the Tiger
He’s about to play the most important role of his life.
Zak Lewis has been undercover for more than half a year for the Shifter Coalition. When one of the men in the group he’s infiltrated is put in danger, Zak has to make an agonizing decision. Whether or not to take another’s life.
Abilene Fox is working behind the scenes as her ATF partner is working undercover. When Luca is shot, their investigation crashes with the Coalition’s. The Coalition agent who steps into her life is something she’s not prepared for. But maybe that’s a good thing.
Zak is used to playing a role. He’s been the bad boy, the helpless, the brute, the geek and so much more. One look at Abilene and Zak can feel in his gut that he is about to play the most important role of his life. This time, for keeps.
Publisher's Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series
Author: Crissy Smith
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Pack Daughter, Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha
Series: Shifter Chronicles #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Birds of Prey, Bear Claw, Coyote's Kiss, Wolf Pack
Published by Totally Bound Source: Author
Published: April 10th 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Eye of the Tiger is my first book by author Crissy Smith. I walked in with no expectations but I’m coming away with needing more. This book read hot quick and loaded with what I like – Action, excitement and adventure.
What really sold me on this book are the characters. From the main to the secondary, I found them all a pleasant surprise. Zak and Abilene are the main ones and they immediately had me cheering them on. Throw in Jaime, Cody and Luca, who are all amazeballs. The intricate interacting between all the characters definitely makes this story. But that’s not all. They are all working in an investigation that kept this story moving quickly. Now, what would a shifter story be without some heat? There are several scenes between Zak and Abilene that are steamy hot and wildly explosive. Of course, there was also a few that had me giggling… ICE! Hee-hee!!
Starting in the middle of a series sometimes can be a hot mess, especially if you needed backstories to understand. This is not the case here. Eye of the Tiger works great as a stand-alone and am throwing it in my recommended pile. Although, given how much I enjoyed Cody and Jaime, I backtracked to see what the first books in the series were about. And what do you know, there are my two favorite shifters starting in their own books. I am definitely, going to be checking them out.