Wednesday, July 25, 2018

When a Lioness Pounces by Eve Langlais [Review]

 When a Lioness Pounces by Eve Langlais
When a Lioness Pounces (A Lion's Pride #6) by Eve Langlais
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: September 4, 2017

A Lion's Pride
1. When an Alpha Purrs
2. When a Beta Roars
3. When an Omega Snaps
4. A Tiger's Bride
5. When a Lioness Snarls
6. When a Lioness PouncesPaperback | Kindle
7. When a Lioness Growls

Eve Langlais
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
There's a new guy in town, a mysterious and domineering man with secrets.

I like secrets. Reba especially loves swatting at them until they spill their guts--sometimes quite literally.

But Gaston isn't swayed by her sensual allure.


This slick club owner is very much intrigued by the cocoa-skinned beauty, but he doesn't dare show too much interest lest his enemies notice.

As if Reba cares about danger. This lioness thrives on action and a bit of violence, and she knows how to do it with class. She's ready to strap on her heels, gloss her lips, and go to battle.

Watch out because, once she's got you in her sights, she's not afraid to pounce.

Thoughts on When a Lioness Pounces: Mysterious club owner Gaston Charlemagne has met his match in Reba, the sassy lioness who likes the pounce. Wait. back up. All the lionesses in Arik's pride are sassy and bold, so Reba's sassiness shouldn't come as a surprise to ANYONE. Yet, Gaston is. Wait again. Maybe he's not surprised by it so much as intrigued.

And when a mysterious guy with a couple of tricks up his sleeve is intrigued FUN things happen. Although, it was mostly Reba who caused the fun. Or the crazy. However you want to label it. Gaston was much more sedate before he became involved with her. Much more.

You know, I'm starting to think Reba might be a bad influence on those who want to stay low-key. On the plus side, she's more than willing to sort out whatever problems she unearths and she takes a certain amount of glee in putting the hurt on those who deserve it.

MAN, I like these shifters. And thsoe who aren't shifters, it turns out. They're fun and I appreciate fun.

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