A very strong installment to Vincent's werecat series. Faythe, on trial for the "crimes" committed in the last novel, Rogue is faced with some serious challenges in this novel. From losing her status, to finding a teenage tabby in need of someone to trust, to facing off against the Alpha's of other Territories...you can't wait to see what will happen in the final installation of the series.
July 2009 can't get here fast enough.
A great book - it starts out fast and furious and just stays there. This is the third book in the Werecat series and it is just as good, if not better than the other books. There is a lot going on in this book - Faythe is on trial for infecting her human boyfriend, and killing him - capital offenses; You get a taste of Werecat politics with the other Alphas around; a teenage tabby is found, who has been on her own long enough that she doesn't trust anyone except Faythe; There are strays running around causing havoc; and Marc can be facing some serious consequences like being kicked out of the Pride. The action is intense, and you just don't know what is going to happen - all bets are off.
I read this in one sitting - I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen! I highly recommend this book!
We left Faythe in a tangle of problems within her Pride and her love life. Accused of infecting and killing her ex-boyfriend to cover up the infection, things aren't looking good for our heroine. Especially with only one of three tribunal memebers on her side, while the other two are leaning towards execution- partially because Faythe hasn't shacked up with one of their sons or shown any desire to pop out a few kittens. With the arrival of a stray tabby named Kaci Dillon, the Pride is in for some dangerous surprises.
Vincent branches out in this book, allowing Faythe to mature a bit as she comforts the young tabby Kaci. Vincent also introduces the bruin, a whole new vein of shapeshifters. Unlike many authors who are struggling to pad up the books in their series, Vincent keeps the plot exciting and the end will wrap up some questions only to make way for a whole slew of new ones. Not exactly a cliff hanger but just like the end of 'Rouge' I can't wait to see what comes next. These books just keep getting better and better. :)
PRIDE is the third installment of the Werecats series. Faythe is on trial for her life following the death of her ex-boyfriend. She accidently infected Andrew during a partial shift and killed him in self defense. The tribunal is leaning towards the death penalty when strays are discovered nearby. This book explores more of Faythe's relationship with her father and with her estranged boyfriend, Marc. A very good, intense read. I highly recommend it.
Absolutly, the best one yet in the series. I had gotten a bit tired of the immature Faythe in the earlier books but in this one she has become a force to be reckoned with. This book grabbed you right from the start and held on to you till the very end. I carried it everywhere I went and even read it in the kitchen when cooking if I had 10 minutes to spare while waiting on water to boil. Can not wait for the next book in this series. I promise you, you will not be disappointed in this book. Just make sure you have read the previous books in this series. You really need the background to understand a lot that is going on.