Review: Jaguar Fever by Terry Spear

Jaguar Fever by Terry Spear
Series: Heart of the Jaguar (# 2)
Release Date:  August 6, 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Pages: 320
Source: book provided by NetGalley for review

Jaguar shifter Maya Anderson learns about a secret jaguar society through underground social networking sites. She wanted to discover others like her, but now she’s got more trouble than she bargained for—including one hot jaguar shifter who’s set his sights on her. Wade Patterson has learned that Maya is a shifter—and available. But how does he get to know her when he left such a bad first impression? When he learns Maya has gone to a watering hole for jaguar shifters to meet up, he quickly follows after, hoping she is wily enough to hold her own.

 

Review: I was first introduced to Terry Spear when I discovered the Heart of the Wolf Series. When I found out that she was the author for Jaguar Fever I was glad for the chance to read and review this title.  Jaguar Fever, which is a paranormal romantic suspense, is the second book in the Heart of The Jaguar series and it can be read as a stand alone.  

The story is set in Houston Texas and Belize. The locations, especially the the jungle in Belize helped to enhance the story and helped reads to understand how jaguars behave in their natural habitat.

Character development was ok.  I like how the author built on each of the characters and how she developed on the familial relationship that existed between Wade and his twin brother David and Maya and her brother Connor.

Wade is a jaguar shifter who works for a top secret organization whose purpose is to bring to justice to rogue shifters. Maya is also a jaguar shifter who has lived in the wild all her life. She decided that she wanted to be in the city where she could meet other shifters and have some fun. The chemistry between Wade and Maya was hot and sizzling. Wade wanted to see Maya exclusively but she was more interested in dating several shifters.  Her reason for this had to do with her parent’s relationship.  The romance between Wade and Maya was realistic and adequately developed.

The storyline was very interesting.  It was an easy and fast paced read.  There was lots of action, but there was no element of surprise. It was easy to figure out who the villains were.

Miss Spear’s writing style as usual is very detailed and descriptive.  She has a way of making her characters appear realistic. I felt as if I was actually a part of the story.  Jaguar Fever is an exciting read and worth every moment spent reading it. This book is a must read for lovers of paranormal romance.

 

 

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One thought on “Review: Jaguar Fever by Terry Spear

  1. Maria D. says:

    Thanks for the review – I really enjoy Terry’s books – though I’ve fallen behind reading them lately – but I do have them…lol

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