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Monday, June 4, 2012

Review: Rogue (Shifters #2) by Rachel Vincent

4 Stars
Series: Shifters, #2
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal,
Publisher: Mira Books
Mass Market Paperback
Pages: 394
Purchase: Amazon | B&N |
In author Rachel Vincent’s second Shifters novel, Rogue, we pick back pretty much where we left off in the first novel Stray. In that novel Faythe agreed to stay at home and learn to run the Pride (of which her father is Alpha) for two and a half years; putting off collage to do so. No only that but when she left collage she also left her boyfriend Andrew, or ex-boyfriend as it were, there.

Now murdered toms (male werecat’s) are turning up and it seems the murders may be connected to a rash of human women that are going missing, and all the dead toms and missing woman are leading to one place—Texas and Faythe’s back door…

I really liked this book as the second in the series it answers a few questions that were left unanswered in the first book mostly all concerning Andrew.

Faythe’s father wants her to take over the Pride when the time comes and he has been training her for her whole life, even though she just realized it in the last novel in which she is in her 20’s.

As before Faythe is the only daughter of a Pride Alpha. There are not many tabbies—female werecat’s—left which makes her special of course but more so she is not the first ever female enforcer and working hard to prove herself.

Now, Marc, we get a LOT of plot concerning her and him and I have to say that in the end I was very upset at Faythe for how things played out and now there relationship is kind of, well I am pretty sure there is not a ‘relationship’ anymore. All because Faythe is selfish and scared to death to commit herself to the man that she loves.

Again this really upset me, we all know Faythe loves Marc and he loves her—so why can she not just get over the whole omg-he-is-trying-to-make-me-get-married-and-stay-at-home-and-turn-into-my-mom. Sigh. Really upsets me overall because Faythe acts like it is such a bad thing that her mom is house-wife (I suppose). Sure I guess it is not something for everyone, but to me it seems that Faythe is just running in the other direction because they want her to go in the other one and she is scared and I do not understand why.

Lastly—huge cliffhanger! What a way to end the book we are left not knowing what is going to happen to Faythe after her ‘accident’. I won’t say what it was of course but she is now going before the council for them to decide her fate.

Altogether the book was very good, fast paced, interesting with some sexy scenes as well. I look forward to picking up the next novel, Pride, and fining out what happen after everything is said and done with the Council.


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