Being a fierce predator – not at all adorable, despite my graceful stature – the last thing I needed was a bodyguard. Especially a wolf shifter, whose presence alone was an insult to my princely principles.
As prince of the Ocelot Shifters, I prided myself on my infallible feline instincts, uncompromising dignity, and flawless fashion sense. If having a canine follow me around at all times wasn’t bad enough, I now faced the most important moment of my entire life.
The time had come to prove I was worthy of my crown. If only I could find a way to get rid of the pesky bodyguard…
When the king of All Shifters asked me to guard Prince Owin, I admit I had no idea what to expect. Cat shifters tend to be a little intense, not to mention kinda cranky. Owin was no exception, though he seemed crankier than most.
Being his bodyguard was proving to be one of the greatest challenges of my life, but not nearly as great as convincing him there was something special between us.
When Owin was tasked with a perilous quest to prove his worth, I was determined to keep him safe, even if the same couldn’t be said of my heart.
Story: A really amusing, fun story. Owin, as spoiled as he seemed, is really very sweet and caring; Grim, ever the protector, knows how to handle Owin. They make a nice couple. I love how Owin doesn’t change much (from being a bit of a brat), even when he pretty much gives up everything to be with Grim. I wasn’t ready for the story to end
I can’t wait to see who greets matched next, and I’m dying to see the king get his arse in gear and realise his fate has been in front of him for ages!
Narration: Greg Boudreaux is an excellent narrator in his own right and a great choice for the book. He’s got great comedic timing and he is great with character emotions. This is an excellent way to enjoy a really good story.
Definitely on my relisten list.
Story: 4.5 stars
Narration: 4.5 stars