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My Stray Cat

(Middlemarch Shifters #9)

3.58  ·  Rating details ·  77 ratings  ·  10 reviews
I met a male lion shifter in the pub last night. Not that my father would approve since it reinforces my gay status, but Lucas Huntingdon is incredible. Tall. Golden. Sexy. Our gazes met and we clicked. The evening turned into night. The sex was hot. Intense. Real magic that doesn’t happen every day. Hell, it electrified me. By the time the night was over I craved more…I h ...more
Kindle Edition, 55 pages
Published August 31st 2016 (first published 2006)
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Elisa Rolle
Saul is a stray cat, a leopard shifter refuses by his family cause he is gay. He isn't happy to be a lonely feline, but he has never met a man to share his life.

But one night in a bar he meet Lucas, a lion shifter, and his sister Leticia. From the very first time something click on the right button between Saul and Lucas, and they share a wonderful night.

But within few days Lucas and Leticia will leave and then, leopard and lion are not fated to stay together, aren't they?

A very interesting b
Coral Mitchell
Sep 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
Saul has his story! He is finally fed up with his father's constant lecturing about settling down with a mate, the right woman. Saul cannot connect with any women and leaves Middlemarch when his parents cannot understand or accept him. He meets Lucas and Leticia, brother and sister lions who are holding back their past. The attraction between Saul and Lucas is instant. Finding a gay shifter is beyond difficult, never mind one willing of a different shifter. Saul is sweet, loving, and very accept ...more
Susan Otto
Aug 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great book of love between male / male shifters

His story is about a gay Panther shifter finds his lion shifter mate along with his sick FIV lioness shifter sister.

F I V is feline immunity virus and a lot like AIDS and only can be transmitted by a bite.

The characters and plot are unique and interesting and highly relatable to our times.

The book is easy to read, fast pace, and thought-provoking. I would highly recommended reading for people over 18 years old.

Jimmy Hanson
Dec 18, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2009, m-m
I was kind of expecting something a little bit ... more. The relationship was flimsy, the sex scenes were only 'okay.' What really bothered me [probably irrationally:] was that the prime character constantly referred to the fact that they were physically about the same size. Um ... sorry. A lion shifter would be [or SHOULD be:] a lot larger than a black panther shifter. The fact that they were constantly matched in size/nature just rankled. Lions are nothing like panthers, and their differences ...more
Sep 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
I really enjoy the Middlemarch Shifters series. The story quickly grabbed my attention and kept me reading until I finished. The story tugged at my heartstrings. Each story can be read as a stand-alone, I recommend reading form the beginning to gain the full impact of the story and the characters. This is a very enjoyable series! I look forward to reading what happens next.

I received a copy of this manuscript from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Becky Baldridge
Apr 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Lions come to Middlemarch! I love the world that Shelley Munro has created and this one is no different. Saul and Lucas' story is a quick, fun read and they are so good together. Both men have their own issues with family, but as Shelley has proven over and over with this great series, love finds a way. This M/M romance works as a standalone, but having read each book in order, I love that the reader gets to revisit past faves in each book. Now I can add a couple more to that growing list. ...more
Selina Durio
Sep 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was a fantastic short story. Lucas and Saul have both been discarded from their families for similar reasons. Throw in Lucas' littermate Leticia and you have a great quick read. As usual Saber Mitchell saves the day. This story is different from the other Middlemarch stories because it is the first MM in the series. Even though there was a hint of MM in the previous book, this is the first installment in the series to feature MM. This was a great read. ...more
Toni L
Sep 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was a change of pace for the Middlemarch series. It's MM as well as being considerably shorter in length. Because of the reduced size it flowed really quickly. There was nothing in this story that isn't essential.& while that's good I also would have liked it to be a bit less lean. Again, the size made it a perfect read for when you don't have much time but want to get through the story. As always, the addition of new characters lends itself to possible future stories. ...more
Serena Yates
Nov 27, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gay
While this is part of a series, I really enjoyed it as a stand-alone read. The story of two lonely shifters, one panther and one lion, touched me because both manage to overcome their initial tendency to stand back and expect the worst from their fellow beings.

The set of characters around them also sounded interesting, so I might return to Middlemarch for another read.
Oct 28, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great series - enjoy how all come together - it shows that people can be loving and supportive of each other. I enjoyed how things worked out in the end.
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