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Cat Scratch Fever [Tribal Bonds 3] (Siren…

Cat Scratch Fever [Tribal Bonds 3] (Siren Publishing Classic ManLove)

by Stormy Glenn

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The third volume in this series has a somewhat more serious tone than the first two, as well as a new element to the mix. This time a human, Azizi, is paired with a vampire, Manu, but that isn’t all he is. With Azizi not knowing the rules of the paranormal world, there are some surprises for both main characters, and a slightly different struggle until they can figure out how to live together.

Azizi has fought very hard to become independent of his overbearing father. Just when he has finally succeeded, it all seems to have been for nothing. Adjusting to the fact that he is a vampire’s soul mate is hard enough, but finding out he is considered to be his “pet” carries all the wrong connotations for Azizi. Some of Manu’s reactions and expectations remind him too much of his father, and Azizi finds it very difficult to imagine he can live like that on a permanent basis and be happy. All kinds of misunderstandings and cross-cultural communication issues stand in his way before he can hope to achieve happiness.

Manu may be the second in command of a vampire tribe (his brother is Luca from the first book), but he is no less dominant. He expects his mate to accept him, live by his rules, and never look back. Manu has these paranormal rules so ingrained in who he is that he doesn’t even see why Azizi might have issues with them. Manu has a lot to learn, and it takes a while for him to get it, but when he does, he turns out to be a wonderful mate.

This is a story about cross-cultural problems, the effects of bigotry and prejudice, as much as it is a love story between Azizi and Manu. The various paranormal species and humans have quite a few problems to deal with, and this third book begins to reveal some of them in more detail.

If you like paranormal stories, if fighting prejudice and making the world a better place is something you like the main characters do, and if some very hot action between the sheets is your thing, then you will probably like this novella. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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