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STRAY
by Rachel Vincent

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Vincent's debut is fast paced and cleverly written, and it should find favor with fans of the shape-shifter subgenre. Even those not usually enamored by it could be won over by the sheer power and clarity of her voice. Plus, some of those male werecats are choice!

Granted an unusual amount
of freedom by her father, young werecat Faythe Sanders has been attending college and enjoying a basically human lifestyle. All of that changes when Faythe is attacked by a Stray -- a rogue werecat.

Her father orders her home, and Faythe reluctantly complies, even though it means facing her former lover, Marc. But Marc and her family are soon the least of her worries. As
a rare female werecat, Faythe has always been prized and protected. Now someone is hunting her and others like her -- and no one is sure why. (MIRA, Jun., 624 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: June 2007

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