Author: Katica Locke
Publisher: Shadowfire Press
An impulsive werecat sparks a twisted game of cat and mouse he may not survive.
Huntsmen kill Werefolk–it’s what they’re trained to do. Kae, a young and impetuous werecat, knows this, but it doesn’t stop him from following one surly Huntsman into the bathroom of a nightclub. One spontaneous, not completely unwanted sexual encounter later, he’s running for his life, pursued by a Huntsman bent on murder…or is it simply revenge? Or is it something else entirely?
Unspoken is about Kae a werecat shifter, and a Huntsman who is deadest on killing any Werefolk he comes across. It’s what he does or did, for his job. Though he’s retired, means little to the man however, one night while in a bar, Kae, against his better judgment, follows the man into the bathroom and actually takes what he wants from the sexy hunter.
The hunter, who is none too pleased with what he discovers about Kae is deadest on killing him, and Kae escapes by shifting, and though he’s a werecat, he shifts into a typical house cat, so his escape it quite easy.
Kae finds himself running for his life at every turn, the hunter finds himself obsessed with finding the cat/Kae and killing him, however each time they cross paths, it’s one or the other engaging in almost non-con sex. In the 67 pages, there is a lot of that going on. I’ll say this is as close to rape in a book as one can get and still be published.
Overall the story was average, it’s not going to be for everyone. If you like edge type stories, this one I do recommend.
Reviewed By: Michele