As the only female stray in the US, she's had to deal with bloodlust, flashbacks, a lack of impulse control (which might not have anything to do with being a shifter), and weeks under house arrest for crimes she never meant to commit. But when she overhears the territorial council plotting to marry her off to an eligible tom? It's time for this chick to fly the coop.
Titus Alexander wants recognition.
He’s spent the past year carving his territory out of the Mississippi free zone, forming a community for strays exiled and forgotten by the US Prides. As the first stray Alpha, he’s sworn to bring the toms under his authority the rights, support, and respect that official confirmation from the council will bring. But then the council’s precious female stray sneaks into the free zone in the back of his car and demands sanctuary.
The council gives Titus a choice: send Robyn back and have his Pride acknowledged, or prepare for war. Citizenship for his men is within his grasp. So why is it so hard for him to let one rebellious tabby go?
- Original Title:Blind Tiger (Wildcats #2)
- Author:Rachel Vincent
- Rating:8.22 / 10
- Publisher:Published February 14th 2017 by Rachel Vincent (first published February 13th 2017)
Years ago, I saw a documentary about US detention centers. Most of them, it turns out, are made of some combination of steel bars, concrete, and shatter-proof acrylic walls. But there’s another category of prison that neither the US Justice Department nor the producers of that documentary know about.
That category includes a certain large house on the outskirts of Atlanta, decorated by a woman with an excessive fondness for a soft shade of purple and an extravagant collection of ceramic angels.
I’d been a captive in that house for two months and eight days when I walked into the kitchen and saw Dr. Danny Carver cradling a steaming mug of coffee, his medical supply bag hanging from one shoulder. I swallowed a groan and crossed my arms over my chest. “Are you here for the conference, or did you come to break me out?”
His smile was small, but genuine. “No one considers yo...