Thursday, August 14, 2014

Review: Werecat: The Glaring by Andrew J. Peters

Werecat: The Glaring by Andrew J. Peters

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Story Rating: 3 out of 5


Free from Benoit, the man who made him a shifter, twenty-two-year old Jacks tries to get on his own two feet while crashing with Farzan, the only person who knows about his werecat nature.

Then one day a raid on a bodega pushes Jacks to transform into his mountain lion self to fend off a group of gun-wielding gangbangers. Jacks scrambles to disguise the truth, but the incident leaves a thundering wake of questions. The police want to know what really happened to a freaked-out young thug in custody. Farzan, who has been crushing hard on Jacks since they met, begins to doubt that it’s safe to have Jacks living with him. Jacks wants to know where he belongs: with the man who took him in when no one else would or among his own kind.

As he searches for answers, Jacks is confronted by a secret shifter society called The Glaring. They have come to avenge the death of Jacks’ maker and to claim a powerful item that Benoit left behind.

Jacks is coming into his own a bit and we get to learn a little bit more about him and Farzan. We’re left with a lot of questions though. Who really is The Glaring? What in the world are they after?

Since book one and two are shorter it would be nice to get The Rearing and the The Glaring together in one book. Hopefully the author is working on the next installment so that readers will finally be able to find out what exactly is going on.

Review by Cat

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