Saturday, January 05, 2013


Come one, come all to Saturday's spotlight! a Meme I've created about books I've come across I think everyone should heard about.

'What's that a new book you say?!?

Today's book in the spotlight is Blood of the pride by Sheryl

Blood of the PrideWhen a severed rabbit's paw is delivered to her office, outcast cat shifter Rebecca Desjardin recognizes the summons home. One of their own has been murdered--and a shocking photo published in a local tabloid--and her Pride needs Rebecca, now a private investigator, to track down the killer.

Investigative reporter Brandon Hanover wants to find out who slipped the photo of the half-shifted cat-woman under his door, marking him as a suspect in her death. Determined to stay one step ahead of the sexy journalist, Rebecca reluctantly agrees to partner with him to find the real murderer. But as their mutual attraction heats up, Rebecca finds it harder and harder to keep Brandon from discovering the existence of the shifter society--and her own true nature.

When the search leads them back to the Pride, Rebecca must attempt to Change for the first time in years to face the killer, and save the man she loves..

First all let me say I am loving the cover, a very symbolic and simple design similar to another of my Pug favs: Rachel Vincent's shifters series.
Stray (Shifters, #1)

 unlike the shifter series the darker gritter colour scheme give this book a more dangerous and dark feel rather than shifter which givers a younger hipper air to its theme, this is also further enhanced by the older and rougher if not wiser cover model character.

I cant wait to sink my few remaining pug teeth into blood of the pride, a book that seems to have all my key elements in it; High drama, Crime and a dangerous love/friendship.  I think this book looks like it will suit action and romance fans a like.

A little about the Author:
 Sheryl Nantus was born in Montreal, Canada and grew up in Toronto, Canada.
A rabid reader almost from birth, she attended Sheridan College in Oakville,
graduating in 1984 in Media Arts Writing.

 A firm believer in the healing properties of peppermint and chai tea she continues to write short stories and novels while searching for the perfect cuppa."

Sheryl Nantus sounds like a fun author, although a new read for me I  hope she will be staying on my shelf for a long time to come.
Quick everyone go out and buy this great sounding book, also available on the 21st of Jan: Claws bared (blood of pride 2#)

Claws Bared

I hope you all have enjoyed this week spotlight, return next Saturday to discover more frightfully good books to add to your shelf.

1 comment:

  1. Hmm, this is new to me, but darn if it doesn't sound really good. Thanks!