Thursday, October 6, 2011

Kya's King by Becca Dale

Title: Kya's King
Author: Becca Dale
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Publication Date: 21-Oct-10
ISBN: 978-1936394319
Genre: shapeshifter, paranormal
Length: 117 pages
Heat Level: Erotic
Other:  oral
Reviewer: TJ
Date: October 5, 2011

Tender-hearted and lonely, Kya yearns for heritage and home.
The staff and animals at the sanctuary where she works have become almost family, but it is not enough. She craves the stability and acceptance
she hears in the voice of her dream lover and sees in the eyes of a wounded wildcat.

Chosen to guard the royal heir, Ja claims his lost charge in a desperate
attempt to save her from enemies she can not imagine or comprehend. At every turn desire and obligation clash as Kya tests his loyalty to the clan and his will to walk away. Touching her breaks the rules that he has pledged his life to uphold, but fulfilling his duty might destroy everything worth fighting for.

Both must face the roles they were born to play. Hers to lead. His to protect. Can Hannah blindly accept her responsibility as queen or will she turn her back on the extended family she longs for in order to keep the one who destroys her loneliness? Does she even have a choice?

Kya's King is one primal read. From the very first page you are planted right into the action. Kya and Ja are wonderfully layered characters and I enjoyed witnessing their reactions to everything they encountered. I loved the fact that she was so very na├»ve yet so incredibly strong and determined. Ja is such a fantastically conflicted hero, caught between his duty and his desires. He’s all sexy alpha-male in big kitty form. The supporting characters were fantastic and I cannot wait to see them get their own stories. I particularly enjoyed Kya’s extended family. The overall tone of this story is so animalistic and natural almost raw in some of its brutal moments. I was fascinated by the world this author created.

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