Dark Panther by Catherine Vale
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
in a bookstore you can come across a whole variety of people and that is just what happens to Leia. the presence of that man draws her in like a moth to a flame, when she sees what he's browsing too she can't help but flush and be puzzled. the attraction between these two people is very evident and hard to miss. still leia is reserved but nathan charms his way under her skin. they slowly get to know each other but things get a fast forward when her ex boyfriend amps up his stalker skills and can't leave her alone. it that time she learns there is more to nathan then she knew and it makes her doubt if seeing him at all is a good thing, but there is that special thing about nathan that keeps drawing her in and deep down she knows he is different.
will she be able to get over her own fears? will nathan be able to fulfill his deepest desires? and with whom?
how will her ex boyfriend/stalker fair now there is a new man on the scene?
a fast paced ride to acceptance and learning new things. the characters were captivating, would have liked a bit more "in scene"-play to explain/see their interaction a bit better but as is, it didn't bring down the story at all. wouldn't mind reading more about this pair and their journey with each other.
free copy given in exchange for an honest review.
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