Jaguar Rogue by Raisa Greywood

Jaguar Rogue by Raisa Greywood
Shifter Mates #5
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (105 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

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We are stolen from under the noses of those who sought to protect us. My jaguar and I take… offense. Once those who took my sisters and me are destroyed, I meet someone who will change my life forever — and I’m not talking about a mate. A young woman makes me an offer I will not refuse. It’s the one chance I have of finding my family. It’s a bonus that I get to tweak my unwilling mate’s tail at the same time.

But my mate is going to catch up with me soon. I can’t escape him forever, and I’m not sure I want to. I just need to keep him at bay long enough to find my sisters.

Soledad has led her mate, Markon, on a merry chase around the galaxy, always one step ahead. Nothing will stop her from finding, and saving, her sisters. She has been an elusive character in the previous books, so I was looking forward to finally meeting her.

Although I love these books, I found this one to be too disjointed for my liking. It jumps about from one scene to the next, with no clear sense of who is ‘speaking’ until you get further into the section. For me, it only really smoothed out as it built to the climax, and then afterwards with Markon.

I have thoroughly enjoyed this series so far, and I’m glad I have read this one. It just wasn’t quite up to par for me, especially compared to the others. This IS a series though, and especially for this book, you really do need to read the others first. I still liked it, and would recommend it. Just make sure you read the others!

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