Thursday, March 9, 2017

Freaking Purrfect by Celia Kyle

Title: Freaking Purrfect
Series: Ridgeville Series, 12
Author: Celia Kyle
Publisher: Summerhouse Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 59 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Maya has always wanted a hedgehog shifter in the Ridgeville pride. She almost stole one once, but she sorta went into labor before Operation Quill Catcher took off. Now, she wonders if having a werehedgie is all it’s cracked up to be. After “borrowing” (kidnapping and/or saving… depending on who’s asked) a werehedgehog her daughter has to run for her life, her mate has to take a life, and one of her sons thinks hedgehog is on the menu. And as for the hedgehog… she’s freaking purrfect.

This short story is set in the RIDGEVILLE SERIES and does not stand alone. This is a little bite of family life for those who fell in love with the Ridgeville gang and aren’t ready to let them go.





Review
Maya is always right and right now she wants some alone time with her mate. After several years and three kids she is entitled to it, right? But when her daughter brings home the hedgehog Maya has always wanted for the pride, has she bitten off more than she can chew?
Freaking Purrfect by Celia Kyle is twelfth in her Ridgeville series. This book is definitely not a standalone. Ms. Kyle returns to Maya and the gang giving us a slice of their lives after the happily ever afters happen. It is nice seeing Maya and company with not only their mates but also their kids. Ms. Kyle allowed us a peek into the chaos and love in their lives. Maya is still as quirky as ever and not putting nearly as much over Alex as she thinks. But she has a heart of gold and that has not changed. Drama ensues, how can it not with Maya involved, but can Alex protect his pride and family? We find out with this visit. I love visiting Ridgeville again and visiting with old friends. This was a wonderfully well written and full of action. I enjoyed my brief visit and hope to return again.

                                Five Shooting Stars

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