Review: On The Prowl by Christine Warren

On The Prowl by Christine Warren
Series: The Others (# 13)
Release Date: April 24, 2012
Publisher:  St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Pages: 293
Source:  Publisher

Most girls would throw a fit if their parents tried to set up an arranged marriage for them. It’s so outrageously old-fashioned-even for a Tiguri family, members of a fierce race of shapeshifting weretigers. But Saskia isn’t getting her claws out just yet. She’ll go through with this marriage to help unite two powerful families-and because her husband-to-be Nicolas Preda is the sexiest, hunkiest, and only man she’s ever wanted…


Of course, marrying an alpha male like Nic comes with its share of danger. As leader of his Streak and head of a global corporation, Nic and his new fiancee must take their places in the jungles of Manhattan-and the local Others seem to have a strict “no pets” policy. In fact, the Council seems to think the Tiguri are at the root of all their problems, including an attempt on the life of its leader. If Nic hopes to protect his name and his mate, it’s hunt or be hunted-and he can’t do it alone. But if anyone can bring out the beast in him, it’s the sexy, savage tigress he’s sworn to love…


Review: All I’ve got to say about On the Prowl is WOW!!

I just started reading it and was like I can’t stop until I’m finished with it. I found out that this is the 13th book in the series and I couldn’t tell it. I never felt lost or that I was missing anything. I still need to go back and read the other twelve.

Saskia is a woman that I would like to be. Everyone thinks that she is so submissive and goes along with whatever her parents want. She has a little rebellious streak in her. She is a very strong and brave shifter. She has always loved Nicolas since she was eight years old. Twenty years later she is getting her wish to mate with the man she has always loved.

Nic is a very strong Tiguri. He has it all mapped out in his mind on how his mate will be. Let’s just say that all that gets thrown away. As soon as his engagement ring went on Saskia’s finger everything changed. He started having feelings for her and getting very protective.

I really enjoyed the whole book. There were times that I got mad with Saskia on the way Nic was treating her. Sometimes I couldn’t help but laugh. I loved watching Saskia and Nic come together. Even if Nic thought he had everything planned out and the way things were going to be between the two of them. Nothing happened that way and he learned to live with it. They both learned to work together.

The Council doesn’t really trust the Tiguri. When something starts happening to the Council leader and the Tiguri is the number one suspect Nic and Saskia need to come together and find out what’s going on before Nic get punished or banished forever.

So this is the kind of book that I love to read. I can get really into it and it gets so exciting. I never know what is going to happen. I’m always filled with a wonderful feeling inside at the end. I will cherish this book for years to come.

This is the first book that I’ve read by Christine Warren and I’m proud to say she’s one of my favorite authors now.







One thought on “Review: On The Prowl by Christine Warren

  1. Irene Jackson says:

    Thanks for the review. I haven’t bought On The Prowl yet but I have read all the others in this wonderful series and loved them! This will get me to move it up to the top of the buy next list.

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