Alpha Bad Boy Shifters Boxed Set

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In Eliza Gayle’s sensational Black Cougar series, three alpha male shifters must face the challenge of their lives—mating. Amidst enemies who will stop at nothing to get what they want, these brothers face danger, pride, secrets and choices that change everything.

This bundle includes Book 1:Lucas,Book 2:Kane and Book 3:Malcolm, each an action packed read guaranteed to take your breath away. More

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Words: 147,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466171992
About Eliza Gayle

Eliza Gayle is the NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 25 contemporary and paranormal romance books. From the moment she read her first erotic romance novel a few years ago, she knew she had found her niche and realized that her dream was passing her by. So after years of thinking about writing she finally grabbed her laptop and wrote. Eliza lives on a small island in the Pacific Northwest and spends her days dividing her time between writing romance, hanging out on the beach and making faces at her husky named Nanna.

She likes her stories hot and spicy whether they be contemporary, fantasy or paranormal and will write in whatever genre her imagination has conjured that day.

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Review by: Bookologist on June 16, 2012 :
My review from Goodreads below:
Featuring Lucas/Kane/Malcom

I’ve read other books by Ms Gayle and most were good but this series didn’t do it for me.

I finished Lucas and it was okay. Lot’s of jumping around in the story and the dialog was a bit choppy which made it difficult to read. Not much back story on the characters so I had a hard time understanding who hated who and why. Example is the Kira’s mother was mentioned a lot and you go a sense that something happened with her life that was bad but what? This detail made Kira not trust others but I don’t know what happened. Kira’s stepfather also is not explained well either. What was he trying to achieve and why? A lot was made of Kira being a Marine but I didn’t feel that it added anything to the story.

I started reading Kane’s story and it was more of the same which made me stop reading. I’m might pick this book up later to continue and finish if off or I might just leave it alone. I dislike not finishing a story especially one I’ve paid dearly for but in this case...
(reviewed long after purchase)

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