The Catalyst by Zoe Winters

Posted July 24, 2012 by Silvia in Books / 1 Comment

I received a free copy of this book from Author for an honest review.
This does not affect in any way my opinion of the book nor the content of my review.

The Catalyst by Zoe WintersThe Catalyst by Zoe Winters
Series: Preternaturals #3
Published by Self-published on June 5, 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Source: Author
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Panthers don’t do responsibility. They don’t do long-term relationships. They definitely don’t raise kids. But when Z discovers a young wolf in the forest, he takes him in, unaware of the powerful beings hunting the pup.
Fiona is a witch who can’t leave her house; the birds have told her something bad will happen. The mailbox is as far as she’ll go, but even that may provide more danger than she’s bargained for. When a wolf pup stumbles into her garden, her safe, wrapped-up world heads for a free fall. But along with danger, the pup brings a chance at love—a chance an agoraphobic witch and a bachelor panther shifter aren’t likely to find on their own.

Let me start pointing out that panther is my fave animal so, reading a book with that kind of shifters was more than a pleasure for me. But all truth to be told, the whole book was a great pleasure to read. A captivating, passionate story with handsome men in it? Yes, it was definitely a real pleasure!

I couldn’t have loved Z more, and this thanks to his being so caveman! That’s what honestly makes him so damn special and so-so-sexy. I loved his constant putting Fiona on the edge, and if there were moments in which I laughed, others I was screaming to Fiona “What? Seriously girl, how much self control do you have!?”. Then, I have to admit my attention wasn’t just for Z . . . In fact, I might have put my eyes on Cain even more. He . . . Sorry, my mind has censored all thoughts. It’s a huge relief that the next book in the series is soon to be released since it’s about Cain!

If what is taking you from reading this book is not having read the previous two installments in the series yet, you might wanna reconsider that. I can understand the concern of picking a series in the middle. What if I can’t follow the story properly? What if I can’t really get attached to the characters? That’s the main reason why I always prefer reading a series from the beginning, too. However, The Catalyst is definitely a book that can be read per se. I was new to the Preternaturals world, I had just read a novella, Dark Mercy, but I wasn’t afraid for a second not to be involved in the story  and this because the author has a very fluid style and the capacity to let me dream about every man, shifter, vampire or whatever she puts on paper. This is exactly what I loved the most, the amazing connection I had with everyone and to be able to follow everything pretty well, even if I was new to the series.


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Through her creativity and blogging, Silvia has met people from different industries and collaborated with them on various projects over the years. Her strong passion for reading and her fascination for different cultures and languages have led her to develop a keen interest in the East-Asian continent. Off to see her? Follow the colourful book road . . . ♡

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