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Rogue (Shifters) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Apr 2008

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 394 pages
  • Publisher: Mira Books (1 April 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778325555
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778325550
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.7 x 16.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,129,656 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Vincent is a welcome addition to the genre.' --Kelly Armstrong<br /><br />'I look forward to reading the next book in the series' --Charlaine Harris on Stray<br /><br />'Rachel Vincent is a new author that I'm going to be watching' --Kim Harrison

'I look forward to reading the next book in the series' --Charlaine Harris on Stray

'Rachel Vincent is a new author that I'm going to be watching' --Kim Harrison --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

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 www.rachelvincent.com or urbanfantasy.blogspot.com. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Mar. 2010
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I loved Stray, the first book in this series, and I was far from disappointed with Rogue. I would really recommend reading this series in order & although there won't be spoilers for Rogue in this review I can't help but give away some things that happen in Stray. If you've not started this series yet then I suggest you don't read any further.

The story continues several months after the end of Stray and as she promised her father Faythe is now working as an enforcer alongside Marc, who she is also now dating again. She is still unsure of her long term plans but is enjoying being an enforcer and is determined to prove herslef to her father & the rest of the Pride.

It isn't long before strange things start to happen though. The Pride starts to get anonymous phone calls directing them to the bodies of dead strays in their territory. They also discover a pattern of missing human strippers that seems to be linked to the bodies and Faythe is getting threatening phone calls from her ex-boyfriend Andrew. Is it all a coincidence or is everything somehow linked together?

I really enjoyed reading this book, Rachel Vincent has a way of sucking you into the story and making it impossible to leave. Faythe is strong and independant but she can also be selfish and immature. At times I wanted to shake her but the very fact that she has her weaknesses makes her seem more human. None of us are perfect and it can be easier to relate to someone who has such obvious faults. There is also a lot of room for Faythe to grow up throughout the series & I'm looking forward to watching this happen.

I love the relationships between the Pride members and it is easy to feel like you know the characters personally.
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This series starts with the book 'Stray' and that was an excellent debut in this genre. Rogue is the next installment and it doesn't disappoint. In this volume, our heroine Faith Summers is more active within her pride as she promised at the end of the previous novel. Her relationship with Mark is intriguing and passionate but is not the entire focus of the book-this is a heroine who stands on her own 2 feet and the plot itself is a great one, with a cliff hanger ending.
Truthfully, I find Faith a wee bit annoying hence the 4 stars only but as a fan of this genre and the owner of literally 100's of books in this vein, I can truthfully say it is one of the best new series I have picked up in a while. If you are a fan of Charlaine Harris or Laurel K Hamilton (with less sex than the latter and slightly more simple in style than the former) you will agree with me.
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A friend suggested this series for me. She knows I like romance and paranormal books, this series had both. This series was slow in some places but overall enjoyable.

This series is about werecat shape shifters and their pride. Most Prides have toms but not many tabbies. Each Pride is lucky to have a tabby. The tabby is the Prides most treasured prizes. Tabbies are found to be attractive and fertile by members of the Pride and the Strays.

Strays are werecats that don't belong to a pride or whose who are human born.

Each Pride has enforcers. Enforcers can travel on 2 feet in human form or on 4 feet in werecat form.

Faythe is the only tabby in her Pride apart from her mother. She is wanted by many toms but her heart only wants one. She has many brothers and cousins but she will be Alpha one day if her father wants her to be.

Each book continues on from the last one.

I would recommend this series.
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As someone who has read many supernatural romance for women books, this is rather good. Actually better than good. I stayed in a chilly bath just to finish it! It has joined the sect of writers like Charlaine Harris ( grave series) Richelle Mead, Patricia Briggs and Kelley Armstrong. And this is a new take on the shapeshifter story and engaging one at that. Werecats. interesting. One who just wants to be a human but may be more than just a wereleopard much more..

Great novel. can't wait for the next one. please bring it out soon xx
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I previously read this series from the library and loved it so much I bought the Kindle version so I can carry it with me everywhere. What bigger compliment can I make? You won't be disappointed with this series.
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It was a little difficult to rate this book but I'm settling on 3 1/2 stars because there was twists and turns throughout, when there was action it was gripping and the majority of characters were built in a way you could relate to them and emotionally tie yourselves to them and care as if they're your own family and friends.

Rachel Vincent has a writing style that's laced with attitude and really gets those pages turning and clearly puts a lot of time and effort into building her characters and relationships with each other; even the small details. Her whole world is believable despite being about were-cats.

Fairly similar plot line to the first book "Stray" but a lot more focus on the build up which was awesome.

The few niggles I had were Faythe and Marks relationship which becomes increasingly childish, repetitive and tiring but enough is happening around them to bring your attention back on track.
Faythe is a lot better in this book though she's still rude, selfish and impulsive but she's learning and developing so I am still eager to continue the series.
The continuos mention of moments from the past book slows down the pace of the book in a few places which is annoying but again, action strikes on the next page and we're back to loving the book.

It's just a bit hit and miss in places where consistency is key.
The focus on Marc and Faythe's relationship is nearly everywhere when I just don't care anymore because they need seperation and that's another reason this book is 3 1/2 stars.
Action seems condensed when the story pages had space for so much more.
Great character building and development though and I'm still looking forward to book three: "Pride" to see what becomes of Faythe after her major screw up and to read more about my favourite characters; Ethan, Jace, Vic, Parker...
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