Kelly’s review of Natural Evil by Thea Harrison

 Natural Evil
AUTHOR: Thea Harrison
PUBLICATION DATE:   03/20/12
ORDER LINKS:  Amazon | B&N

BOOK SYNOPSIS:
Claudia Hunter is on a road trip through the Nevada desert when she sees the body of a dog on the side of the highway. Pulling over to investigate, she quickly determines that the enormous animal is clinging to life. While working to save him with the help of the local vet, Claudia realizes there’s something about the creature that seems more. Other. Wyr. Which makes this case of animal cruelty attempted murder.

Too injured to shape shift, Luis Alvaraz is reluctant to tell Claudia what he knows about his attack, afraid it will only make her a target. But the sheriff is corrupt, and his attackers know Luis is alive and vulnerable. To make matters worse, a sandstorm is sweeping into town, and if they’re going to survive the night, Luis will have to place all his trust in Claudia.

Warning: Take a gorgeous man temporarily stuck in the dog house, add a strong, take-no-prisoners woman, mix in encroaching enemies and a raging sandstorm and stir to combine. Enjoy with a freshly opened can of whoop-ass.

Kelly’s REVIEW:
Natural Evil is Thea Harrison’s 2nd e-novella in the Elder’s Race series.  While I really liked Luis & Claudia, this novella didn’t suck me to The Elder Races like Thea’s other books. Coming off reading Oracle’s Moon, which I totally loved, Natural Evil just didn’t do it for me.

I look forward to the next installment in the Elder Races series.

2 Responses to Kelly’s review of Natural Evil by Thea Harrison

  1. Brunette Librarian July 29, 2012 at 9:32 am #

    Thea Harrison can write an amazing story, can’t she??? Did you see she won the Rita last night for Dragon Bound? Yay!

  2. aurian July 30, 2012 at 3:58 am #

    Ooo that is a shame, I really loved this little novella. An older and totally capable heroine for one thing, and a dogshifter instead of a wolf.

Leave a Reply