Readers will find “A Flying Rescue” a fun read. Butterfly shifter Asa is to the rescue of his lion mate Xander. Asa was a bit scatter brained sometimes but Xander kept him on track. I loved the concept of the butterfly rescuing his lion mate. That shifter combo is a real winner.
This is the third in the Wildcat Hills Pride series. “A Flying Rescue” added some interesting characters to the series and it added some new twists that made for a good read.
I again recommend this series by Liza Kay. It’s well worth picking up and getting started on today. I do recommend that the series be read in order.
Thank you for the good read Liza. I look forward to the next book.
Math geek Asa Tibbs is no wilting flower, despite being a butterfly shifter with a reputation for fragility. When he learns his mate has been kidnapped, nothing will stop from rushing to his mate’s rescue. Least of all any objections by the Wildcat Hills Pride, whom he’s conveniently neglected to seek permission from.
Xander Powell, alpha of the Pride, is chagrined beyond belief. Not only has he been captured by a gang of deer shifters—an insult to his masculine pride alone—but he’s become the new main attraction of a rinky dink circus? And he can’t even shift to get out of his situation, not without alerting humankind to the existence of shifters among them. What’s a lion to do?
Help arrives on colorful wings when the big beautiful butterfly that is Asa tumbles into Xander’s cell. Together, the two men escape the circus. But their journey home is just the beginning of the honeymoon from hell…and what they discover along the way will shake the foundations of the paranormal world.