Taming The Jaguar by Olivia Myers

September 4, 2015 Book Review, Quickie 0 ★★½

Taming The Jaguar by Olivia Myerstwo-half-stars
Taming the Jaguar by Olivia Myers
Published by Soft Kiss Books on July 8th 2015
Genres: Paranormal
Pages: 46
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In this paranormal romance, Felicity, a college student, travels to the Amazon rainforest for her cultural study abroad program. She doesn’t expect to find love; she expects to explore the influences of modern society on tribal cultures, and she hopes to interview the reticent Jebá, an attractive man who acts as interpreter between the remote tribes and the government programs that seek to understand them better.
There’s more than hostile tribes in the jungle, though. A malevolent group of human and drug traffickers, the Selvagens Verdes, use the lush forest to cover up their violent crime. When Felicity accidentally crosses their path and is rescued by a jaguar, she must question why the jaguar dealt so ruthlessly with her attackers, and why she was spared.
Readers will enjoy watching two very different worlds collide in this erotic shifter romance.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.


This Jaguar is King of his jungle…

Coming to the end of this very, very short story I can only describe it as a box. It was mainly a shell of a story. The ideas were interesting, though not especially original and the small amount you get about the characters had the potential to be good. It was all just a skimming of the story of Felicity and Jeba. The intimate scene was one paragraph and love was mentioned by the end of it.

Overall too rushed, a little too basic in the writing style and needed some editing. This author definitely has potential, but needs to put more into it to draw the reader.

Sassy rates this one 2.5 Stars.

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