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86 pages, Kindle Edition
First published June 1, 2012
The Buzzard Highway took no prisoners. Only Atlanta's best and craziest raced here.Dali's reckless driving style terrifies even Kate Daniels.
That's why I liked it. When a girl weighs a hundred pounds soaking wet, her glasses are thicker than Sherlock Holmes's loupe, and everybody under the sun makes fun of her because she's a vegetarian and blood makes her vomit, she has to do something to prove that she isn't a wimp.
The masculine fragrance filled my house, screaming, "Mate!" at me so loudly that I held my breath for a second to get a grip.But it does...
Jim was here, waiting for me. In my wildest dreams, I would walk into the room, and he would kiss me.
It would never happen.
07/09/2016 Re-reading one of my favorite series', because the Kate Daniels world is a excellent place to be!
When a girl weighs a hundred pounds soaking wet, her glasses are thicker than Sherlock Holmes’s loupe, and everybody under the sun makes fun of her because she’s a vegetarian and blood makes her vomit, she has to do something to prove that she isn’t a wimp. The wild, deafening chaos of the Friday-night Buzzard race was a strictly no-wimps-allowed kind of fun.
I loved this novella. I have loved were-tigress Dali Harimau since we first met her in this series. She’s strange and awkward and I just adore her. I also loved seeing a different side of the very serious and broody Jim Shrapshire.
“The problem with being an alpha is that you can never make the first move. Makes you feel like you’re taking advantage of your position. You have to wait until the other person decides they want in.”
They really are so cute together, and it was a lot of fun seeing Dali trying to save Jim, and both of them finally making their move. I really hope that these two will soon get their own full length novel.
There are no words to describe how amazing the world in this series is, and I love that with every instalment, whether it’s a full length novel or a novella like this one, we get to learn more. This series is magnificent, and a must read for all.
When Curran was angry, he roared. Jim never roared. Jim did this… this horrible stone-faced thing, where the only indication of life on his face were his eyes. They were hard and furious and full of icy calculation. He scared me when he looked like that.