September 14, 2018 1 min to read
Review: Predator by Dakota West
Category : Reviews
Seth Monson has barely scraped by his whole life. Still young when his parents died, he’s had to raise his two brothers himself, deep in the tiny Utah desert town of Obsidian. On top of that, age-old rumors about his family – that his ancestor made a deal with the devil so he could shift into an eagle – have kept him isolated his whole life.
Yeah, right. If Seth could turn into an eagle, he’d have flown away from his problems long ago.
Jules Morgan is the kind of girl who likes to get dirty, drives a truck, and knows her way around heavy equipment. A field geologist for a mining conglomerate, she’s on a job outside Obsidian when she crosses paths with the very attractive stranger standing by his very broken truck. She can’t seem to escape his deep, golden-brown gaze no matter how hard she tries.
When they discover that Jules’s employer wants to destroy the only home Seth has ever known, they’re both stuck in the middle, caught between duty and what they truly want, with unstoppable passion burning like wildfire around them.
Can Seth discover the power hidden inside himself in time to save both his home of Copper Mesa and the town of Obsidian? More importantly, can he do it without alienating the one woman – the one mate – he’s quickly realizing he can’t live without?
Genre: Romance, Suspense, Paranormal, Shifter (eagle)
Part of a Series: yes Book 1 of the Copper Mesa Eagles Series
POV: Seth and Jules
Steam Level: Some heat
Predator was a quick read. The story was quite fun and intriguing. It was a race against the clock and big corporations which keeps you on the edge of your seat. The eagle shifter is unique and fun. I enjoyed Dakota West’s use of bird metaphors throughout the story. If you’re looking for a unique paranormal romance that is both suspenseful and humorous at times then pick up Predator. You’ll be glad you did.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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