By Dana Marie Bell
Dr. Adrian Giordano is quite happy with the way his life is going. His two best friends are happily mated, and he’s still sanely single. He has friends, a thriving business, and the occasional Saturday night date. Then Sheridan Montgomery comes to town. His inner Puma responds to the husky-voiced snow princess in a way that tells him his life is about to be turned upside down.
Sheri can’t believe her luck could be this bad. Instinct tells her Adrian is her mate, but the last thing she wants to do is drag him into her messy life. She’s on the run from a big bad wolf—an ex who won’t take no for an answer. Worse, if he catches her, he’s got the teeth (and the Pack!) to take what he wants.
She doesn’t stand a chance alone, but with her friends—and the persistent Adrian—by her side, she might just survive.
If her ex doesn’t eat the yummy Dr. Giordano for lunch, that is…
CAT OF A DIFFERENT COLOR is the third book in the Halle Pumas series, and as with the previous two books, it was a light, fun and quick read. We’ve met Adrian very briefly before (he is Max’s business partner), but we haven’t met Sheri until now. She was turned by Max in college to protect her from a stalker ex-boyfriend, who happens to be a wolf shifter. His harassment has become so serious that she has finally requested to become a member of the pride for extra protection.
CAT OF A DIFFERENT COLOR is told in dual POVs and comes with a HEA for Adrian and Sheri. While each novella could technically be read as a stand-alone, I think it’s best to read the series in order, to fully understand how the pride works. The usual amount of humour⎯and animalistic sex⎯is present in this story as well, but thanks to the stalker ex, there is a darker scene that could be a trigger for some readers.
Cat Of A Different Color (Halle Pumas # 3)
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