Title: The Cougar’s Assassin
Series: Peyton City 12
Author: E.A. Reynolds
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy
Publisher: Siren Publishing (September 26, 2017)
Length: Novella (161 Pages)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Determined not to lose his heart to another powerful man, Jenner is unprepared for the attentions of the sexy assassin Logan. That leaves him hot and bothered yet unsure of how to deal with the assassin who’s been sent to kill not only a good friend of Jenner’s but possibly Jenner himself.
Logan was a man of action. So when he’s thrown together with his mate on a job he knew would end badly, his primary goal is to connect with his mate as unobtrusively as possible. When he learns Jenner is a target, Logan knows he’s about to put a price on his own head because saving his mate was all that mattered.
Jenner wasn’t about to mate the man sent to kill him, but his cat is drawn irrevocably to Logan, and so is he. So, there is only one thing he can do. He has to claim his assassin no matter the danger he’s walking into.
Review: Each book in the Peyton City’s collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in s
This is definitely one of those types of series that each story needs to be read back to back. The worlds are so twisted and the characters are completely complex. I have trouble keeping the good guys from the bad guys most of the time. It is a action packed story though with lots of excitement, adventure, twists and some hot sex scenes.
Logan was sent to find evidence against some shifters. To execute if need be, that is until he finds one of his targets to be his mate. Talk about a confusing situation for them both, because Jenner is not one of those tame pussy cats. He is all bite if need be, but he is falling for his sexy assassin mate. To bad someone wants them all dead.
Now normally I am all for books that are full of action, and assassins are majorly hot for me. The problems is trying to follow the pattern this author has put into her stories. For me a good story is remembered even if I am not reading it right then and there, and for me this was not that type of story. Now once I started reading it, I soon remembered the rest of the books. The characters however I did not. It is a difficult read to follow for me. Not so much that it took away from the story completely but I could not connect with the characters at all.
I had hoped with each book it would get easier, but when I read this one, the worlds just seem to collide with each other. I am still not completely sure of who is bad and who is good, but hey it will be interesting to figure it out in the end. Guess I will wait to see what this author makes for her readers in the future.