Her Fierce Warrior

X-Ops, #4

Paige Tyler’s Her Fierce Warrior is the fourth book in the X-Ops series and even though it’s very fast paced, you’ll understand what’s going on. It could be a stand-alone novel but it’s better if you’ve read the other books in the series. I was glad to read about some old characters, as well as new. I will say that one thing that pissed me off was Ivy’s reaction to Minka. She is a scared shifter, who has no idea what’s going on, and Ivy can help her but instead she becomes a bitch. Layla is awesome and I loved the way she worked with Minka to help her feel safe and relaxed during their visits.

Minka is a person who has had to learn to control her emotions, though being kidnapped and being the subject to experimentation will mess with anyone’s head. She bumps into Angelo and his crew, and from the moment their eyes meet they are connected and entwined. I like how Angelo calms her down when she gets scared, and she soothes his soul. Good things start to happen when they are together, even when in each other’s company.

Book Blurb for Her Fierce Warrior

The woman tensed. As anger and fear ricocheted across her face, her eyes changed from red to green to brown in a dizzying display like nothing he'd ever seen.

Every instinct in Angelo's body screamed at him to lunge for his weapon. Instead he set his feet for impact, blocking her slashing claws. Unbelievably, after a few moments of struggling, she went still, all the fight gone...

Minka isn't sure she should trust the sexy Special Forces soldier who found her. Subjected to horrors, on the run from scientists set on locking her in a cage, Minka is terrified of the monster she's becoming...and somehow, Angelo is the only one who can calm the beast inside her and make her feel safe.

But can she trust the way he makes her feel when she's not even sure she can trust herself?

X-Ops Series:

Her Perfect Mate

Her Lone Wolf

Her Secret Agent

Her Wild Hero

Her Fierce Protector

Praise for Paige Tyler's X-Ops series:

"This series gets better and better."-RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ Stars

"Wow, just wow!"-Fresh Fiction

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2016 4.00