Snow Cat by Edward Kendrick

Title: Snow Cat
Author: Edward Kendrick
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Pages: 218
Kisses: 4.5


Artist Wynn McGuire has a problem. An enemy wants him dead.

Sheriff Mick Greene also has problems. Helping Wynn survive and finding the elusive ‘Snow Cat’ that is prowling outside his small mountain town.

Wynn and Mick have another problem as well–their growing interest in each other. When Wynn disappears, Mick is certain he’s either dead or has gone back to where he’d come from. Then he discovers the truth about Wynn, just days before Wynn comes back into his life. Will this truth, plus Mick’s ex-lover and another man seeking to kill Wynn, force them apart? Or can they surmount the obstacles and learn that love, indeed, conquers all.


Snow Cat by author Edward Kendrick is a shape-shifting novel with more than a bit of mystery thrown in. The story centers on main characters, Mick Greene and Wynn McGuire. Mick is the sheriff in a small community; he is also a human with no knowledge of the paranormal world that also exists. Wynn is an artist who also happens to be a snow cat shifter. He’s also hoping to stay one step ahead of his stalker. This story differs from some of the other shifter stories out there in that while there is a strong connection between the men, and Wynn see’s Mick as his mate, the strong mating pull that plays so heavily throughout other stories is absent in Snow Cat.

While the chemistry between the men is intense, Mr. Kendrick relies on other means to hold the reader’s attention. The author has woven several suspenseful moments throughout the story, at least one the reader will not see coming. I will admit that more than once I found myself thinking “holy cow”.

I have read several stories by Mr. Kendrick and have enjoyed all of them. Snow Cat is no exception. Between the relationships developing between Mick and Wynn, and the twists and turns the author has thrown in, the readers will find a lot to hold their attention. Not only would I recommend this book but any of the author’s other stories as well.

Reviewed by: Lydia

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