The wolves came first. Followed by the bears. Finally, lions decided to play in the spotlight, but the tigers have held off. Let everyone else get stared at. Ares was happy on his mountain with his pride while humans thought they knew all about the different shifter species.
Their secret was safe…until her. One reporter took tigers from the shadows and thrust them into the limelight by releasing a picture of a tiger shifting. Specifically — him. (What could he say? A little moonlight, a little fur…)
Now he has a town of stripe-hunting women looking for a tiger’s tail to pull and… a full moon on the horizon.
Can he keep his tigers from being mated against their will? Better yet, can he forgive the one woman responsible for outing his species? Ares isn’t sure, but he’s willing to give it a shot.
The biggest and baddest is Ares but his secret is well and truly out! These wily felines had kept their existence hidden from humans but unfortunately Ares was caught on camera by the woman he thought was his! Zoe may have been the one to out the tigers but Ares is not about to let his people get forced into anything they don't want. Trouble is, there's a full moon looming and a whole host of visitors in town and just to add to Ares headache, Zoe is back and she's just not going quietly!
This isn't exactly second chance love or anything as the couple hadn't really had chance to get over each other but they most certainly do have issues! Did Zoe betray Ares and if so, why? Then there's the fact there's something really different about Zoe that all the shifters are starting to notice. I cannot say too much here but it's very clear this couple is deeply connected; but boy does life keep getting in the way. I really liked the unique slant on "catch a tiger by the tail" which sounded hilarious and then when I thought about it, quickly understood there could've truly disastrous consequences.
Ms Kyle excels at quick reads that are humorous and hot. Happily this is longer than some stories I've read by her and it connects with other books. Ares is an alpha who really wants to protect his tigers and it was fun seeing him tied up in knots by those close to him. Zoe turns out to be totally bad ass and I could easily understand why Ares and his tiger would fall for her.
There's subplot too with Ares sister left in turmoil, not to mention a certain shifter named Hawke who regularly pops up. Best of all though is supporting character, Ronnie! She's loud, she's brash, and she's downright absolutely a hoot but is anyone brave enough to take her on?
My only slight niggle is we are dropped into the story so it took me a minute to get onboard. Yes, I enjoyed Fast and Furriest and will happily read more.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.