Sunday, April 29, 2012

Reviewed: Beneath The Skin by Lauren Dane...

Beneath The Skin (De La Vega Cats, Book #3)
Gibson de La Vega is the Bringer, one of the Alpha’s right-hand cats. It is his job to mete out justice and defend the law that holds their jamboree together.
After a contentious meeting with another jamboree, he’s shot—Mia stumbles onto the scene and saves his life. He’s immediately drawn to the female who dug three silver bullets from his body. Even after he discovers she’s a Porter, a family his own harmed grievously half a century before.
Mia has enough in her life. She’s recovering from a vicious hate crime—an attack using silver has affected her ability to do what she loves most. The last thing she needs is a bossy alpha cat like Gibson. A de La Vega no less.
Despite the myriad reasons to stay away, even as they continue to hunt down the would-be killers, their attraction deepens into something else entirely.
The answers they find bring that threat far closer to home than anyone could have imagined and it’ll be up to Gibson to end the mess once and for all. And up to Mia to stand at his side, even as he risks his life…

Lauren Dane is one of my favorite authors and I loved the first two books in this series!! I was looking forward to reading Gibson's book and although I liked it, I didn't think it was as good as the first two in the series. I really liked Mia's character and I loved Gibson and her together. It was a short read (162 pages) and I enjoyed it and would recommend reading. 

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