Red Havoc Panthers #1
Annalise Sutter is a newly Turned shifter determined to get her life back on track. The problem? Her inner panther is a monster that attacks anything that breathes. She’s had to let go of her old life completely to protect the people she loves, and the one thing that has kept her steady through this transition is Jaxon Barns. They’ve been texting for months, but he’s anti-shifter and she can’t tell him what she has become. When a spot on a notoriously private panther crew comes up, she jumps at the opportunity to pledge in desperation to get her animal under control. Too bad that means leaving Jaxon behind, because what human is going to put up with an out of control shifter who lives way out in the boonies?
Jaxon Barns is harboring two things—a massive grizzly in his middle and an equally big chip on his shoulder about being born a shifter. He grew up in the Gray Back Crew, but can’t seem to settle down long enough to stay in one place. The only thing that eases the ache of being a rogue are the text messages that come from Annalise. She feels like the only real thing in his life, and when she disappears mysteriously one day, he knows something has gone really wrong. Now he’ll have to track her to panther territory to save her from herself.
But maybe the panther inside of her isn’t the biggest danger to Annalise’s safety anymore. Perhaps now, the biggest threat to her future…is him.
Content Warning: Explicit love scenes, naughty language, and piles of sexy shifter secrets. Intended for mature audiences.
Review: 5 stars
Jaxon Barns is hiding two things, one he is a shifter a Grizzly, a giant one and he has not told her. He hates what he is, he grew up as part of the Gray Back crew. He also has a problem settling down.
But as fate would have it, it brings them together, will they survive what is to come, will they find what they need. You will have to read the it, suffice to say that it's a great story well writen and I am still not sure what I liked the best, the two new characters Jax and Anna or seeing the old crew, whom I grew to love. But this new crew will prove to be as fascinating as our old friends.
Review by Jara