Amber Eyes. Book 2 in the Wild Series. Their final mission will be to win her love. A beautiful, vulnerable woman appears at the high country cabin where Hunter. When Sheriff Duncan Kennedy finds an injured cheetah in his mountains, he brings it home, determined to find out how she got there and stop the poachers who. From New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks, ''Golden Eyes'', the prequel to Download and Read Free Online Golden Eyes (Wild Series) Maya Banks Golden Eyes (Wild Series) by Maya Banks Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books.
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I picked it up without checking out the author first. I know, I know, I shoudn't do that but I did. If I had checked, I would have read the notes about her being into the whole menage scene and I wouldn't have touched this series with a ten foot pole. FYI The menage thing is a love triangle on steroids and I despise triangles Anyway I started out with such high hopes and it was promising!
Poachers steal Well I found a book with a cheetah shifter and was so excited I did a really stupid thing Poachers steal various African wildlife including a were-cheetah off the Savannah and release them as part of an illegal large game hunt in the US for rich people.
Yay, Exciting plot!
She's running for her life, people are trying to kill her with arrows no less and the sheriff swoops in and saves her. Ignoring the fact that he is not weirded out by her shifting and instinctively trusts the wild cheetah in the Rockys Yup no questions there. So it reads good up until he gets his rescued cheetah to his secluded cabin of course.
As he walked back to the kitchen where his phone was, he shook his head. What a day.
He called Doc and the answering machine picked up, but this time Duncan left a short message for Doc to call him back as soon as possible. He tossed the phone aside then walked back out to his truck to unload his rifle and bring it in. As he walked back in, the phone was ringing and thinking it could be Doc Robbins, he hurried over to answer.
Long day. For several long minutes, he stood under the hot spray, letting it wash over him. He cracked a grin as he soaped his big body. A cheetah.
He had a fucking cheetah in his mudroom. He was going to take pictures because Nick would never believe him otherwise.
He took his time drying off and dressing. His house was small, but it was his, and it was in his dream spot.
He owned the acre of land the house sat on, and the view from his back deck was something you only found on postcards. When the fire was crackling and a nice blaze had caught, he walked back to the kitchen, intent on fixing something to eat.
Thoughts of the cheetah, and curiosity, niggled at him. Had she eaten? Was she in a lot of pain? Was she pacing the room, eager to be free?
Finally, he put the sandwich down and walked over to the door. He cracked the door and eased it open. A single light bulb hung from the ceiling, bathing the small space in a harsh glow.