Friday, August 31, 2018

Review: Claimed by her Cougar by Felicity Heaton (@felicityheaton)

Claimed by her Cougar
Release Date: July 28, 2018
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Review Copy Source: Author

Having lost his parents and mate in a brutal attack on his cougar shifter pride by a hunter organisation, Rath burns with a need to keep humans off his land and out of his life. He’ll do whatever it takes to protect his pride from them, but when a lone female wanders into his territory, it isn’t a burning need to drive her away he’s feeling and it isn’t his pride that needs protecting—it’s his heart.

Down on her luck, Ivy follows a lead to a spot where she hopes to photograph black bears, but what she discovers there is a mountain of a man who lacks manners and seems determined to drive her off his property—a man who stirs unbidden fire in her veins and a strange sense of home.

With a pride gathering on the verge of happening at Cougar Creek and the air charged with a mating heat, the last thing Rath needs is a human on his land, especially one as beautiful and alluring as Ivy, one who rouses a fierce need to fight for her, but he can’t convince himself to let her go… and that proves dangerous for them both.

CLAIMED BY HER COUGAR MATE is the first book in the new Cougar Creek Mates series by Felicity Heaton.

With only 150 pages in CLAIMED BY HER COUGAR there wasn't a whole lot of deep connection moments or in-depth discussions happening. The sex scenes are suitably hot and I definitely felt the relationship vibes, but I would have liked to see more to their relationship development.

It's books like CLAIMED BY HER COUGAR that make me glad I am able to picture in my head the scenery of everything. Heaton did a really great job describing the surroundings and I had no problem losing myself in the world and wishing I was there.

I enjoyed CLAIMED BY HER COUGAR enough to want to read more, I do hope that the books get a tad bit longer so the relationships have a little more substance to them.

I gave it 3/5 stars

* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.