Bad Kitty, By Eliza Gayle


If you think you’ve lost everything. Think again.

Kitty lost her father, her home and her clan. Clinging to what’s left of her pride, she’s forced into the neutral zone, the supposed safe haven for half-breeds and outcasts. An attack forces her to the wrong side of the treaty line and into an even more dangerous situation. Determined to greet death with the last of her dignity, she is suddenly rescued by a tall, gorgeous…wolf???


As the next alpha leader of his pack, Rafe Comyn has more than enough to handle with pack politics and precarious treaties. The last thing he needs is a pissed off feline landing in his lap, especially when her scent triggers his overwhelming drive to mate. While the daughter of a former rival is quite a conquest, she’s both forbidden and dangerous.


But as the heat of desire threatens to consume them, their differences escalate and Rafe must keep his own pack from killing the one woman he can’t live without.
                To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I would like this book.  Now don’t get me wrong, I completely love Eliza’s other books, but I hadn’t read a shifter book from her yet and was worried about that!  But I do have to say that I did enjoy this book which was a great relief to me!
                I think that with this being the first book in a series, it was a really great start.  There were quite a few unanswered questions that arose while I was reading the book, but I’m hoping that they will be answered in the later books.  If there weren’t any other books then I would be crazy upset.
                I really liked how there was different shifters involved in this book, it wasn’t just about wolf shifters.  I also thought that it was cool that they had the neutral grounds where the outcasts could go to.  I’m hoping to find out more about them in future books as well.
                I thought that the characters were really well written.  I liked how Kitty had an attitude about her.  She wasn’t afraid to say what was on her mind, even if it would get her into trouble.  Rafe also had this way about him.  He knew what he had to do and was willing to do it no matter what the consequences.
                Overall I did enjoy this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes paranormal reads!
 ARe