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"The fight was about to get unbelievably, irreversibly bad" Having barely escaped a tribunal with her life, defiant werecat Faythe can't seem to keep out of trouble. Her disobedience jeopardises her father's position as Alpha of the south-central Pride and a young tabby in her care refuses to shift into cat form to save her own life. But a darker danger lurks in the bloody and mysterious disappearance of Faythe's boyfriend, exiled stray Marc. Tired of being a target, Faythe's ready to embrace her destiny and fight like an Alpha to get Marc back and defend the honour of her Pride.

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  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 108 x 174 x 34mm | 240.4g
  • Mira Books
  • Don MillsCanada
  • English
  • 0778303659
  • 9780778303657
  • 23,248

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"A high-octane plot with characters you can really care about. Vincent is a welcome addition to the genre." - Kelley Armstrong "Rachel Vincent is a new author that I'm going to be watching." - Kim Harrison"

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About Rachel Vincent

New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent loves good chocolate, comfortable jeans, and serial commas. She's older than she looks and younger than she feels, but is convinced that for every day she spends writing, one more day will be added to her lifespan. Now absorbed in the dark, tangled loyalties of her UNBOUND world, as well as the travails of a teenage banshee in her SOUL SCREAMERS world, Rachel can be found online at or

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I didn't know you had it in you, Ms. Vincent. I never thought you could break my heart like that. Prey honestly surprised me. I know that Rachel Vincent's Shifters series is really good and I enjoyed the three books so far that I've read. But this fourth one blew me. There's more action, more romance, more drama, more angst. Faythe never fails to shock me with her feistiness. She's stubborn and hard-headed but I think she's really Alpha-material. She's constantly evolving and she's learning from her mistakes. And she never loses hope. The old and new characters were really great, too. I got to see a different side of them in this book, especially Faythe's dad and Jace. Marc is awesome as usual but he's pretty much MIA almost half of the book, and this time, he's the one being rescued by Faythe. Reading Prey is a roller-coaster ride. It's action-filled and exciting. I also love the twists and the betrayal. That moment when it was revealed who the traitor was? Wow. I honestly didn't see that one coming. I thought he was on their side all along. Very clever. (Or maybe I was just slow on the uptake? But whatever.) Also, that thing with Faythe and Jace was, I think, long overdue. Although they couldn't have picked a worse timing. But the one good thing that came out of it was that Jace was finally showing some aggressiveness. Could he be also Alpha-material? Hmmm.. I wonder. And like I said at the beginning, this book broke my heart. I was bawling my eyes out at two in the morning because of Prey. I don't know what purpose that major twist served other than to 'fuel some fires' and ruin my life, but it really sucked. I really hate having to say goodbye to an awesome character. And the ending! Whoa. What a major shocker! That last line. Aargh! I don't know what to say. It made me want to dive headfirst to the next book, but I still can't because I must grieve. (*sigh* The pain of being attached to fictional characters.) All in all, I loved this book. It's obvious that there will be major events, i.e. an impending war, happening in the next books and Prey served as an effective prelude. It made me look forward to reading them more. This book packed some punch and boy, it punched more
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