Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Review: Feral Curse

Feral CurseFeral Curse by Cynthia Leitich Smith
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Kayla knows nothing about being a werecat. She is the adopted daughter of two human parents and although they are very accepting of her differences, the town and world are not. After she comes out about her were-ness to her boyfriend, a tragedy occurs and she becomes even more determined to know about this hidden heritage. Answers appear unexpectantly when a sexy male werecat comes into town and a few other were-animals help out with a possessed antique carousel causing magical mischief.

Feral Curse is the second book in the Feral spin off series of Tantalize. This book continues the world of were-animals and focuses on the species intolerance prevalent in this world. More of an action packed thriller than a romance, there is a touch of everything in this paranormal adventure. Smith already completed the world building in the previous books, but readers jumping into this series or this book should have no trouble understanding the quirks contained. This is NOT a “can’t put this down” read, but it is enjoyable and pleasing. Readers looking for a quick escape without a lot of commitment will be satisfied with this book.

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