President of an organization fighting for the right of shifters and humans to marry each other, Claire Davis needs the support of a local shifter clan or her cause is doomed. Even though she's human, she finds a way to reach out to the Clan DarkStalker cougar-shifters. Once she arrives on their land, she learns what it will take to garner their support and her life will never be the same.
As head sentry of Clan DarkStalker, Aidan Scott has more important things to do than fetch a human from a secret location. Only because he's loyal to his clan leader does he agree. Yet before long, the human female tempts him in a way he hasn't felt since his mate died five years ago.
In order to make the world a better place for humans and shifters, the pair must work together and avoid being caught by the authorities. What neither expected was to find their own happily ever after in each other.
Ce que les membres d'Audible en pensent
Business can be pleasure.
Would you consider the audio edition of Resisting the Cougar to be better than the print version?
Maybe, but both are wonderful.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I loved Chloe, so adorable, however, Claire and Aiden were both special as well.
Which character – as performed by Steve Marvel – was your favorite?
Any additional comments?
Cranky, stubborn, cougar shifter, Aidan, can't resist equally stubborn and strong activist, Claire. Even if she is fighting for human/shifter marriage rights, falling for a shifter wasn't in the plans for either of them.
I fell for both of them and Chloe, Aidan's young daughter stole the show. They have their work cut out for them with this adorable little trouble-maker.
There is strong steamy chemistry right away--kind of hard to ignore the way Aidan introduces himself. (you'll have to read it , I don't want to spoil it for you)How can she allow any attraction without endangering the cause?spoil it for you)How can she allow any attraction without endangering the cause?
You will not be able to put this down until you find out if they can and if so how can they work it out without endangering her life's work and the law that could change the world for all shifters and humans.
Danger, emotions, loving couples, testing boundaries and some real steam as well as captivating characters give this book all five stars well earned.
Ms. Donovan tempts us with the next one, introducing two more characters that will take us on another bumpy ride.
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- Susie Buggs
I prefer the dragon series
Jessie Donovan's dragon series has better world building and more highly developed characters. The Cougar series seems rather flat and uneventful by comparison. It's not bad but I'd like to see more dragon books. The narrator was fine.