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Releasing the Panther rounds out the first three book trilogy of the Dásreach Councel Novels series. We first met Charlie and Natalie in book 1, and finally get to see their HEA.
Charlie Gavin is a panther shifter and the Beta of the Thirteen — the group to become the next Dásreach Council. But, to become the council the Thirteen must find their mates. When he received a phone call from his best friend and Alpha, Kai Darrow, Charlie was happy his friend found his mate, but a bit jealous too. That was until he saw Natalie on the side of the road with her friends after a blown tire. His panther’s natural instincts immediately took control and his passions rose with each interaction with the emotionally distanced ex-Marine.
Natalie Matthews, goes by Nat, decided a long time ago that living life only got you hurt. She devoted herself to the Marines and when she couldn’t handle seeing the aftermath of the conflict of being a soldier; she retired and started helping those wounded soldiers that spoke to her own wounded heart. Her life was rewarding, but lonely, until the Book Worms. Control and logic ruled her life, but paranormal romance and her Book Worms gave her a place to release her deepest hidden desires. Desires that manifested in one cocky British Dásreach panther.
Unbeknownst to the Thirteen a darkness is working against them, preventing possible mates from coming into contact with them. Working in the shadows and using human pawns, the darkness has set its sights on Natalie and her friends.
Can Charlie convince Natalie that sometimes you need to let go and live before it’s too late?
Josette Reuel, Author
Josette Reuel is a Paranormal Romance author, whose love of Fantasy and the Paranormal tends to come out in all of her writing with strong alpha heroes, each with a little something extra and a touch of humanity. Her heroines are as real as her readers, which allows the reader to see themselves in the story.
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