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Mass Market Monday: Eat Prey Love by Kerrelyn Sparks

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And now, for my Mass Market Monday review:

Eat Prey Love
by Kerrelyn Sparks
9780061958038, $7.99, Avon (Harper)

How could I not read a book with this title? Though the story had absolutely nothing to do with the famed Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert nor the movie based on the novel starring Julia Roberts, the title spoof alone was enough to have me pick up this book – which, let’s face it, was probably the whole point. Though by no means great literature (and sorry, but I don’t consider Eat, Pray, Love GL either), I definitely enjoyed it.

I’m stealing this tagline from the Publisher’s Weekly review:

Wanted: Bride. Must love children. Mortals need not apply.

Too bad the one woman who smells perfect also smells human. Carlos Panterra can shapeshift into a jaguar, and possibly one of the last of his kind thanks to a merciless slaughter of two were-jaguar villages. He was able to save a few young, but now he’s on a hunt for a woman of his species to not only mother these orphans but to produce more babies to help carry on the were-jaguar line. It’s highly unlikely that Caitlyn Whelan would be able to do so, despite her own special skills.

Caitlyn can learn any language in minutes, include the language of animals. Though unable to turn into any other being herself, Caitlyn’s special abilities make her much more understanding of the paranormal set, including her sister who happens to be married to a vampire. Caitlyn’s father, however, is the head of a CIA agency bent on hunting, killing, and eventually eradicating all vamps and shifters everywhere, even if they haven’t committed any crimes. When Caitlyn becomes part of the paranormal agency, she is choosing to stand against her father and to work with Carlos on finding a mate for him, despite her own nearly irresistible attraction.

As Carlos and Caitlyn travel deeper into the jungle on a hunt for rumored were-jaguars, the temperature and their passions get hotter and hotter as they encounter were-tigers, battle evil vampires, and use up another one of Carlos’s nine lives. A quick read that includes steamy jungle sex, I highly recommend this for a guilty pleasure book.


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