Smolder by Sennah Tate
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
we all know what happened in the previous books and well sometimes i belief a bad boy should be able to redeem himself.
he's trying his best but nobody wants to give him a job and when he gets one they belief that he should work of his debt and most refuse to pay him, leaving him as good as broke most of the time.
the only constant in his life is his gran and the biggest regret is letting ally go. knowing she's back in town isn't really helping his feelings but when he finds his gran near consciousness, he sees no other way as to go over to the neighbors, where ally lives with her grandmother, and beg her to come with him to check up on his gran.
when it happens again a few days later, it's ally's grandmother that suspects more is going on and sends the pair on some kind of treasure hunt.
the panther in him still wants ally and isn't so sure they should go together but her gran insists she'll take care of of the other woman as they search for some hidden waterpool.
it's a journey full of revelations and confessions.
i loved this little glimpse in the life of another panther. he didn't have an easy time and i sure hope that there once will come a time when luck is on his side!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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