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Zola's Pride by Moira Rogers
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Dec 20, 11

really liked it
Recommended for: Adults
Read on December 18, 2011 , read count: Once

Zola’s Pride is a short story by Moira Rogers. Zola is a French were-lioness who was cast out of her pride by none other than her mother. Her mother was not only the leader of the pride but a seer. Apparently, the mental stability of a seer diminishes with time and Zola’s mother has definitely become one fry less than a happy meal.
After making a life for herself in New Orleans teaching self- defense to humans and other worldly creatures, Zola is visited by an old love, Walker Gravois. When she was banished, Walker never followed her leaving Zola heartbroken and alone. His presence can only signal one thing, her mother is dead. But what Zola does not know might harm her and Walker has a favor to ask that only she can give.
I truly enjoyed this story; however, I dearly wished that it had been longer. I was just starting to get into the storyline when the story was over. This is the reason I gave this book 4 stars rather than five.

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