Eye Of The Tiger: A Shifter Chronicles Story by Crissy Smith

Eye Of The Tiger by Crissy Smith
A Shifter Chronicles Story
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (148 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Peppermint

Voted BoM by LASR Readers 2013 copy

He’s about to play the most important role of his life.

Zak Lewis has been undercover for more than half a year for the Shifter Coalition. When one of the men in the group he’s infiltrated is put in danger, Zak has to make an agonizing decision. Whether or not to take another’s life.

Abilene Fox is working behind the scenes as her ATF partner is working undercover. When Luca is shot, their investigation crashes with the Coalition’s. The Coalition agent who steps into her life is something she’s not prepared for. But maybe that’s a good thing.
Zak is used to playing a role. He’s been the bad boy, the helpless, the brute, the geek and so much more. One look at Abilene and Zak can feel in his gut that he is about to play the most important role of his life. This time, for keeps.

I have been a longtime fan of author Crissy Smith and this story was just another hit for me.

Zak Lewis is a very yummy Tiger. He sacrifices himself for his friends, job and community and asks for very little in return. He is just an all-around good guy and considering his rough childhood, I could understand why. He clearly never wants to see people mistreated the way he was and it makes him a very enduring character.

Abilene is a strong woman who does not take loyalty lightly. She and Zak actually share many of the same characteristics so it is easy to see why they are immediately drawn to one another. Though she is not very impressed by Zak in the beginning, her kitty seems to like him and she knows there is just something about him that will keep her coming back .

One thing I have always loved about the author’s stories is that the series always incorporates characters from previous stories. This allows you to not only meet new characters but to catch up on old favorites. It also allows the overlying story line to continuously grow and develop. This story is no exception. However, the story is also not dependent on the others so if this is your first you will not feel lost, but you might have a desire to go back and read others to learn more about the characters.

As with other Crissy Smith stories, I would highly recommend this to pretty much anyone and look forward to reading many more.

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