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OPERATION WILDCAT by Megan Michelau - A Reader's Opinion

OPERATION WILDCAT by Megan Michelau - book review

A Reader's Opinion

This is a great tale for paranormal fans!

Operation Wildcat, written by author Megan Michelau, is a fun and fast-paced shapeshifter paranormal romance! It's also a nice introduction to her new series. If you love the world of shifters, like the leopard and jaguar, this short novella will surely please you! It’s a quick read. I could not put it down, and read it in one shot!

Operation Wildcat tells the story of Jess and Caleb. Set in the small town of Blackford, where lives a community of person-shifters, Jess, a leopard shifter, lives quietly with her family and friends, when suddenly, some of them disappear. Caleb, a man on a mission for the Keystone military unit, enters their world to investigate the murders. When one of them is abducted, the shifter community will unite their forces along with Caleb's help, and try to find the betrayer. Just follow their adventure filled with love, danger and a dash of humor. Beautiful chemistry between Caleb and Jess. We also, meet these charming characters, Caleb's best friends, who are also shifters, Tucker and Cherry! Will Caleb be able to protect Jess and her family? Can their love be strong enough to create a long lasting bond?

I like Ms. Michelau's style of writing, “The shifter dripped sex appeal and an aura of danger, making her want to purr!” Perfect blend of romance and paranormal! Some love scenes sizzle!


Operation Wildcat

Jess Baker thought being a leopard shifter in the small town of Blackford was the most exciting thing that was ever going to happen to her. She wanders through her days blissfully unaware of the dangers lurking behind the seemingly peaceful façade of her hometown. When the mysterious Caleb Marsh waltzes into her family’s diner, her attention is irreversibly drawn to him. Little does she know the intriguing stranger will be the key to her survival. Caleb Marsh is a man on a mission. He’s been charged with the job of finding the men responsible for shifter deaths throughout the country. When he stumbles upon a local shifter willing to assist in any way she can he can’t refuse her. The lines between duty and love begin to blur and Caleb must do what he does best to protect not only her, but the shifter community as well. Will their bond be severed or will love triumph?

Series: A Keystone Novel, Book One


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Paranormal Romance | Pub: March 2, 2016 | 126pp | Atria Books

Format Read: E-Book | Source: Provided by the author or publisher

Content Rating: 5 Hearts* | Read by: Nicole Laverdure

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