House of the Cat
Two brothers slugging it out, an alien world and a hell-horse.
What’s a girl to do? Her husband died, the only solace she can find is in the bottom of a bottle, her career has gone down the toilet with the booze, and there’s an alien here to kidnap her brother. What else can she do but offer to go in his place, after all, he has a wife and child.
And so Camryn does go. Once she sobers up she finds that it’s not as bad as it could have been and the Captain of the ship is strangely intriguing. But a deal is a deal and she promised to help win the race and the Captain promised to return her home. The fantastic hot sex is just an added bonus. Unfortunately, the more time they spend with each other, the less and less they want this trip to end. Will Camryn ever see her family again?
Have fun finding out in this fun and erotic story!
House of the Cat was a fun and erotic story that will have you coming back for more by Shelley Munro. This is a Top Pick title because it fulfills all our reading needs.
Book Blurb for House of the Cat
Book Length: Plus Novel
Jockey Camryn O’Sullivan is an alcoholic on a downward spiral after the death of her husband. When aliens kidnap her, she’s both terrified and reluctantly fascinated by Ryman Coppersmith. She’s positive the weird attraction is an anomaly. Something to ignore. She’ll train the alien’s horse and they’ll return her home. Simple. There’s no need for sex or a stubborn male kitty-cat to replace the precious memories of her husband.
Murder. Betrayal. Banishment. Feline shifter Ry has experienced them all. When his foster brother—the man who betrayed him—proposes a wager, the lure to clear his name is irresistible.
Camryn’s arrival triggers a jump in his already overactive sex drive. It’s a struggle to keep his hands off. Something in his mysterious feline background compels him to chase her and the passion firing between them soars out of control. Ry doesn’t understand the mechanics of their attraction but knows he can’t afford to lose Camryn…despite his promise to return her home.
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