Are they strong enough to be her men?
Cunning. Everyone uses the word to describe Katy. In Quarterz, the virtual reality world where men and women compete as hunter or prey, Katy has never been captured. At least, not until the bear clan arrived in the game. Powerful, smart, and straight out of her fantasies, Katy can't always outmaneuver the tests they create. When the clan challenges her to take their team on in a real game of hunters and prey, she can’t resist the lure.
Is she strong enough to be their woman?
Grizz, Oso, and Kodie are Pantherian bear shifters, born into a culture where men have learned to share and protect their species’ most limited resource—females. They’ve accepted they will never have a Pantherian female as their shared mate. But can a human female handle a Pantherian, mating trio. If so, will she still want them when she knows what they are?
Are any of them strong enough to outsmart fate?
When the game puts hearts and lives on the line, taking a loss is the only way to win.
I was hooked at the first line...
This little read was awesome for me. Katy is a deeply wounded character with reason to have parent issues.
There's something about older siblings protecting their brother/sister that makes my day.
While this is the third book in the world, it was the first I read and I can tell you, it stands alone. I didn't find it hard to go back to read the other books after this one and have everything make sense, even reading it out of order.
It might be helpful to be a gamer or know what virtual reality is -- no offense if you haven't done the google glasses thing, but this book totally gets gamers.
This story happens both in and off line, is sexy, an amazing read, fun, adventerous, and intelligent. I love smart books. They can teach you things. This book not only fulfills fantasies, and is entertaining, but even if you aren't a gamer, it's worth the read!