Friday, March 18, 2011

Here Kitty, Kitty By: Shelly Laurenston

Here Kitty, Kitty! (Magnus Pack, #3)

eBook, 210 pages
Published July 3rd 2007 by Samhain Publishing
ISBN: 9781599985213
Series: Magnus Pack #3
4 Stars
5 Flames, as with the previous 2 books, scorching hot sex scenes by to ton, just takes half the book to get there.
                Angelina has caught a tiger by his tail. Actually said tigers brothers have not only kidnaped her after saving her from hyenas and dumped her in North Carolina, but they rolled dice to see who would get her. I imagine Nik’s brothers are quite the handful. I enjoyed Nik and Angelina’s story. He works very hard to get under her skin and between her sheets. It makes for a great romance. I also enjoyed reading Nik’s family. When I say Nik’s family I am not talking about his Streak (yep tigers do streaks, not packs or prides) his parents and siblings have a large role in this book. I love the mix of humor, erotica, romance, shifters and corny animal jokes that this series gives to us readers. Laurenston has worked this mix very well!
                Here Kitty Kitty wraps up with all three of the crazy girls together again at Sara’s North California home for a big party. I enjoyed reading where the characters from the previous two books have gone in their relationships. This book answers many questions about how the Pack and Pride feud started and who the key players were when it started. This story wraps up in a way that makes it seem like this is the last in the series. Yet it also left some room for more books in maybe a different direction. Nik’s sister was mentioned heavily in this book.  


  1. Hey JD, just stopping by on the follow. Thank you for stopping by!
    Hope it's getting warmer for you. Love hearing from you. Have a terrific weekend reading !!!
    See ya!
    Readaholics Anonymous

  2. I loved the Magnus pack series, glad you liked it too. Just stopping by to say hello. Have a great day.

  3. Visiting via the blog hop, I loved the Magnus Pack series, I remember reading the first two on a bus trip - I'm sure the other passengers thought I was crazy, but I couldn't stop myself from laughing. The series was lots of fun.

  4. This sounds like an interesting read and has a very hot cover.
    Thanks for review.
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog