Review: Jaguar Hunt by Terry Spear

Jaguar Hunt by Terry Spear
Series: Heart of the Jaguar (# 3)
Release Date: June 3, 2014
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Pages: 384
Source: book provided by NetGalley for review

 

 

Agent Tammy Anderson has a reputation: she prefers to work alone. So when she’s paired up on a mission with jaguar-shifter David Patterson—who’s only recently been released from jail—to say she’s less than thrilled is a understatement. Until she realizes that this sexy agent has what it takes…

Soon, what started as an “easy” mission to locate a missing jaguar takes the pair to Belize, where they’re chasing down two renegade teen shifters who know more than they’re telling. As the action heats up, can they keep their minds on the job and off of each other?

 

Review: What do you get when you put a hot and sexy male jaguar shifter with an equally hot and sexy female jaguar shifter? A sexy and lethal combination which will lead to a story that will leave you hankering for more when it’s over.

Jaguar Hunt is the third installment of the Heart of the Jaguar series and can be read as a stand-alone. It is an entertaining and engrossing read which had me hooked from the very first page. The plot is fast paced and as always Ms. Spear was able to hold my attention until the last word.

The primary focal point of this story is corruption, greed and treachery. It depicts the lengths that a person will go to satiate their greedy nature.

Jaguar Hunt tells the story of Special Agent David Patterson and Agent Tammy Anderson. David’s current mission involved shadowing a couple of twin teen jaguar shifters to ascertain if they were breaking any laws. Tammy’s mission was to investigate a missing jaguar. While undertaking his mission David discovered that there is a likely connection to Tammy’s mission, as a result, he requested that he worked with her on her case. However, Tammy was not enthused. She prefers to work alone. David saw this as a challenge and being someone who loved challenges he was looking forward to all that working with Tammy would entail.

These two worked well together. The chemistry between the two was undeniable. Tammy liked David but she was a bit skeptical about having a relationship based on her experience with the men she dated in the past. David was willing to do anything to break her defenses down.

In the midst of this were four mischievous jaguar teen shifters who were also involved in the case. Their presence helped to make to make the story so much more entertaining as I could not help but laugh at their antics.

As I went deeper I realize that there was more to this story than a missing jaguar. It had me guessing at every turn as to what was going to take place next. There was some nail biting moments that had me a bit scared for Tammy and David.

Overall, this was a very good story. If you are a fan of shifter stories, then this is a great series to read. If you have never read this author then you need to remedy that and start this series. It will be totally worth it.

 

nadene