Amber Eyes (Amber Eyes #2)
Their final mission will be to win her love.
A beautiful, vulnerable woman appears at the high country cabin where Hunter and Jericho live between assignments. They are captivated by their stunning, reticent visitor and vow to protect her—and uncover what she’s hiding. Neither is prepared for the unbelievable. Their beautiful innocent is a cougar shifter who’s spent a lif...more
Kaya is a shape-shifter, and having been left behind by her family she's spent most of her life as a cougar in the wild. She's been watching Jericho and Hunter, two men who live in an isolated cabin, and they have been watching her. When she is hurt, she allows them to help her--and they discover that their wild cougar companion is in fact a beautiful woman. They both form an attachment to her, and are reluctant to leave her even when their work calls them away.
I liked that the plot was slow and...more
As if taming a cougar is not weird enough, they find a naked woman in their cabin. After a r...more
But then, after they found out the truth and the three of them grew closer, I was a little disappointed about how Hunter took the prime roll in ev...more
this one was lacking on the action/s...more
The sex part was...fine. Not that good really cause it is tamed down and its a menage. Guess that is as...more
The concept of this story was very interesting two friends being captivated with two individuals only to find that they are one and the same. The characters are similar yet complex at the same time. The story very unique in its development. I truly enjoyed the characters and wished the story had not ended so soon.
Kaya's badly injured and when he seek for protection, she stumbled into Jericho and Hunter. They saved her and pet her. Yes, Kaya's still in shape of cougar, mountain lion. Until one day she can't take it anymore, so shifted back into human form..
This one's longer than Golden Eyes. I liked it. But again, to me Maya Banks isn't really good at menage stories. The relationship between them is a bit unbalanced and I don't understand why it has to be Hunter who took Kaya's v-card whe...more
Reading the prequel, Golden Eyes, first isn't necessary but it, too, is a good story. In that book, Duncan's thoughts as he interacts with the cheetah, and at the discovery of the woman-who-is-a-cheetah ar...more
I mean, a hero who is soft with animals...whoa baby!
And another hero is just yummy...whoa baby again!
The sex is hot but sweet, too. Nice read. I don't think I've read any of Maya Bank's books before, but this won't be my last! I'm going to check out her other books now, st...more
For me, it takes a while to get into a book when absolutely nothing about it is familiar to me. This was one of those books. I'm a fast reader and hardly ever stop reading once I've started so I did finish this one, but at times it was difficult.
Every turn seemed more far fetched than...more