The Panther’s Lost Princess (Redclaw Security Book 1) by McKenna Dean
The Panther’s Lost Princess (Redclaw Security Book 1) by McKenna Dean Ellie West has always known there was more to her story than being abandoned at birth. A child of the foster-care system, she didn’t get many breaks, but the one thing she can do is sing. It’s her only ticket out of poverty and obscurity. Nothing else matters, not even the nagging sense that she’s different. She’s headed for great things. She only needs a chance.
Jack Ferris couldn’t agree more. His firm, the elite paranormal agency Redclaw Security, has been hired to find a missing princess and return her to her family. Discovering that Ellie, a waitress in a hole-in-the-wall diner, is both the princess and his fated mate is like being hit with a sledgehammer. Ellie West can’t be his mate. She’s the mission.
The sooner Jack completes this job, the better, only Ellie has no intention of throwing her dreams away for a kingdom she’s never known. With hired assassins on their trail, Ellie might not have a choice. They must do whatever it takes to stay alive.
This is the first exciting book in a new series named Redclaw Security by McKenna Dean
In The Panther’s Lost Princess, we have the main character, Ellie West. She was abandoned at birth and lived in the foster care system. Now, she is living in a small town where she works as a waitress in a small restaurant. She is doing what she can to get by, but has big dreams for her future. She has always felt a sense that she was different in some way, but couldn’t put her finger on it. She hasn’t wanted to dig any deeper because she is afraid of what she might find out about herself, and she just wants to live a normal life and pursue her dreams.
But, in comes Jack Ferris. He is about to turn her world upside down and reveal who she really is. When Ellie is told by Jack that he is on an important mission to return her to her long lost family in a kingdom she has never known, she has a difficult time accepting that. She doesn’t want to accept her fate. However, Ellie is strongly attracted to Jack, and he is insistent on protecting her and returning her to her family and completing his mission.
Jack has the hots for Ellie as well, but he knows he has to keep his feelings inside and go on and finish his mission. And the mission is dangerous, with assassins on their heels they must do whatever it takes to survive and stay alive.
The Panther’s Lost Princess by McKenna Dean is a fast paced, action packed, paranormal romance story. There is a lot of different types of shape shifting going on and a lot of intrigue. This is a super exciting read filled with paranormal and supernatural activity.
Paranormal romance fans will love The Panther’s Lost Princess. I know I did. I couldn’t put it down, and from the very beginning I was fully engaged.
The storyline flows at a steady pace with ease as the tension mounts to a crescendo. It is completely enthralling and creative. McKenna Dean has composed a fabulous paranormal romance with many exceptional characters. Although, the story is based mainly on the main character Ellie, the other characters help guide the story along beautifully. Ellie West and Jack Ferris are well developed multifaceted characters. They are interesting and realistic within their genre.
The whole tale is written with wit, action, sensuality, and even some humor. It is a rags to riches story as Ellie discovers her real powers and position. When readers discover what type of shifter Ellie is they will be floored and surprised. Awesome storytelling!
The Panther’s Lost Princess is a true gem in its genre. Readers won’t be able to put it down as they flip through the pages quickly.
The writing style is amazing and utterly imaginative. There are no editing errors which made it a nice read. The details, telling and showing of the descriptions is magnificent, vivid and a delight for the senses. It gives readers a sense of being included in the storyline.
There are plenty of twists and turns and it is filled with adventure and excitement. The ending is great and readers will certainly be satisfied.
Chick Lit Cafe high recommends The Panther’s Lost Princess by McKenna Dean.