Devon is the sister to the rebel leader. She is kidnaped and experimented on for 30 days. After being rescued by Ian and friends a mating heat is felt by both. Can Ian resist? He has known Devon since she was a child and he is an ancient guardian. When fate has a hand in mating the two come together in passion and love. Will her family accept? Does anyone have a choice?
Therion Prisoner is the 3rd book in the Therian Heat series. Since this is book three I recommend you start at the beginning of the series to fully understand this book.
Devon and Ian are likable characters and have a lot of baggage in their lives. My only concerns are that there wasn’t a true happy ending. Plus there are a lot of unanswered question at the end. So we wait for the next book to answer some of these. Do expect a cliffhanger. If you have started this series already, I recommend you read Therion Prisoner. For those who haven’t, do start with book one and make your way here.
Therian Heat, Book Three
Though Devon comes from a line of cougar-shifters, her own animal nature has not yet been defined. The mysterious “backers” have captured her, intent on using her untapped Therian abilities for unknown ends. She escapes from their prison, but not from the emotional scars left by their abuse.
Ian, an ancient Therian raptor, offers protection and encouragement. Devon has always wanted Ian, always felt a connection deeper than friendship. But Ian insists he’s too old and jaded to make Devon an honorable mate. If she hopes to feel whole again, she must regain control over her emotions and desires. And she desires Ian.
At first Ian resists Devon’s attempts at seduction. She needs a shoulder to cry on, not a demanding lover, and Ian is never satisfied until his partners surrender unconditionally. But Devon stirs primal instincts and awakens ravenous longings he has suppressed for centuries. He wants her, but he fears the darkness inside him will destroy her.