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SOUL OF THE WILDCAT
by Devyn Quinn

Genre: Erotic Romance, Paranormal

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Quinn's tale of a shapeshifting tribe facing extinction and a woman with a rocky past is well paced, with exhilarating suspense and terror, matched with calmer scenes of characters cautiously falling in love. The fine heroine is torn between U.S. law and Native American sovereignty, and readers are sure to empathize with her struggles.

Jesse Clawfoot is part of the Tlvdatsi, a Native American tribe imbued with powerful magic that allows them to transform into cougars. Their land is protected but still vulnerable to poachers who know their secret, and when Jesse
is captured, it's up to a new park ranger, Dakoda Jenkins, to help him get back
to his people. Little does Dakoda know that Jesse has been tracking her and holds crucial information about her
past. (APHRODISIA, Dec., 304 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Michelle Wiener

Publisher: APHRODISIA

Published: December 2009

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