Divided Loyalties by Marilyn Lee
The Quest Series
Elloraís Cave
Erotic Romance Paranormal, Shapeshifter
ISBN: 9781419922343
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

   

 

Jemi was finally by Hunterís side in his world on the planet called Volter.  But, everyone on Volter was not happy with the coupleís mating, especially since Jemi was in ownership of the body of another woman, who was destined to be mated with another man.  Jemi became known of this fact, when she was drugged and kidnapped!  Was this the end of Jemiís newly found happiness?

Someone was determined to keep Hunter from taking his official place as feline ruler of Tern Terra.  First Jemi, his mate, was kidnapped and then his only surviving cub, Slayer, vanished.  And, to make matters worse the ways to saving Jemi, and locating Slayer were in totally opposite directions.  Which path should Hunter choose?  Should he hunt down Jemiís abductors and viciously eliminate them for daring to kidnap and harm the woman he loved, or should he follow his beloved Slayer to discover the reasoning in his mysterious disappearance?

Divided Loyalties is book two in Marilyn Leeís The Quest series and while it can be read independently, I would strong suggest reading its predecessor, The Quest - Hunterís Passion, for a better understanding of this plot.  As having read book one within this series, I understood the jest of Jemiís inhabiting body and Hunterís mixture of shape-shifting abilities.  I can easily see how one could get slightly frustrated with the diversity of this complex plot.  Readers, I also must warn you that Divided Loyalties is not for the faint of heart due to the numerous love scenes in human/animal form, explicit sexual content and mťnage (m/f/m) play.  But for fans who take great pleasure in this type of interesting, naughty sexual encounters, then this book is definitely for you.  Hats off to Ms. Lee for crafting such a wonderfully, enticing story.

     

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