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KONTRA'S MENAGERIE #2 CATLIN'S APPALOOSA:

WE ARE BACK AND LOOKING AT BOOK 2 OF THE KONTRA'S MENAGERIE SERIES, CATLIN'S APPALOOSA; I CAN'T WAIT TO SHARE IT WITH YOU: 




THIS IS VERY TRUE, AND VERY MUCH APPLIES HERE: NOW FOR MY REVIEW:


                    Catlin's Appaloosa (Kontra's Menagerie #2) by: Charlie Richards
                                                                    reviewed by: Becky


Detective Catlin Hill doesn’t understand the instant, possessive attraction he feels for the slender John Doe in the hospital bed. But the minute those scared baby blues meet his, Catlin lets his protective instincts rule him. The guy has amnesia, and it’s only from a conditioned response that Catlin confirms his name is Gallo Ricci. After passing the case to a fellow detective, he takes the victim home with him and gives in to lust. For some reason, it doesn’t even faze Catlin when his new lover turns into a horse in his living room. When a group of guys drop by and start talking about mates and centuries of living together, Gallo has a panic attack, proving his past abuse won’t allow him to take charge enough to claim Catlin. Is their relationship doomed from the start? And what’s tough enough to take down a shifter and leave him in the hospital?






This book is so exciting! From start to finish you are never, ever bored! I love the Kontra's Menagerie series because even though they are around 65 pages, there is so much story, and feeling packed into the pages you aren't left wanting for anything! I instantly wanted to protect Gallo even before I found out all he had been through, now that is good character development! This book is a short, intensely hot, well executed read that you really shouldn't miss! Thanks Charlie for a great 2nd book in a standout series! *4.5. Stars* 



NOW HERE COME THE BUY LINKS AND ONE OF MY FAVORITE PASSAGES FROM THE BOOK JUST TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE TASTE: 

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NOW IS THE LITTLE TEASER :) :

Gallo stared through the window of the detective’s
car. Confusion, fear, and agitation warred through
his body, making his skin crawl. He wanted to run and
keep running, but Catlin smelled so good. For some
reason, he felt safe around him, and although he
couldn’t remember why that was significant, Gallo
knew it was.


OH YEAH! CAN'T WAIT FOR YOU GUYS TO READ THIS BOOK, AND THIS WHOLE SERIES! I WILL BRING YOU A BOOK EVERY DAY OR TWO TILL WE HAVE COVERED ALL 20! :) THANKS FOR TAKING A LOOK AT CATLIN'S APPALOOSA WITH ME!