Image of Prey (Werecats, Book 4)


Image of Prey (Werecats, Book 4)

Vincent continues to impress with the freshness of her approach and voice. Action and intrigue abound, and Faythe
is still a delight. The use of her first-person viewpoint limits the plot's scope a little,
but it adds more than it takes away.

While accompanying werecat tabby Manx to her hearing in Atlanta, enforcer Faythe Sanders and her fellow Pride members meet up with Faythe's exiled lover, Marc Ramos. They barely survive an attack by a group of strays, then Faythe is called home to deal with another problem: Teenage tabby Kaci Dillon still refuses to shift, and it could kill her.

No sooner has Faythe begun to make progress with Kaci than another crisis arises: Marc is abducted, and the quantity of blood found at the scene suggests he may not have survived the attack. Faythe refuses to believe Marc is dead and sets off with her new partner, Parker, to find him. In the process, they uncover a conspiracy -- and come to a sobering conclusion. Werecat war is brewing, and there's nothing they can do to stop it. (MIRA, Jul., 400 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer