A Lions Pride

When an Omega Snaps (A Lion’s Pride #3) By: Eve Langlais

When an Omega Snaps

When an Omega Snaps (A Lion’s Pride #3) By: Eve Langlais


Leo is the calm guy. The nice guy. The one nobody screws with. So could someone explain that to Meena so she stops driving him insane—with desire.

When Meena literally throws herself at Leo and declares he’s her mate, his first reaction is to deny—and run far, far away. This lion/tiger mix doesn’t do drama and chaos. Problem is, once he sets eyes on her, he can’t help but want the vivacious blonde with plus-sized curves, perfect for a big man like himself.

He wants her even if it breaks all his rules when it comes to women.
Wants her even if she destroys his serenity.
Wants her more than a perfectly grilled piece of steak with a dash of garlic, pepper, and salt.

Thing is, someone else wants her too.

This poor omega is about to have his world turned upside down, which means everyone better watch out because when Leo experiences love, jealousy, and frustration for the first time, he doesn’t just snap—he roars!


Loved Meena and how brash and accident prone she was, Leo was a perfect match for her. Didn’t like how she called him Pookie, probably the worst pet name ever.

I actually cried while reading this book because I could really empathize with Meena and how people treated her. I loved how romantic Leo was, he was really everything that Meena deserved.

I thought that Eve’s editor missed quite a bit and was kind of surprised by it. It wasn’t so bad as every page, but it was things that should have been caught.

Excited to read the next in the series!



A Tiger’s Bride (A Lion’s Pride #4) By: Eve Langlais

A Tigers Bride

A Tiger’s Bride (A Lion’s Pride #4) By: Eve Langlais


When at first you don’t succeed—turn to abduction.

It’s all in a day’s work when this Siberian tiger meets the woman he wants.

An accidental kidnapping? Check.

A forced marriage? Check.

A virgin bride? Damn. There go his plans for seduction and here comes the pressure into making her first time perfect. Because everyone knows that’s the one she’ll remember, forever. Gulp.

Add in a plane crash as well as hunters out to capture them and the heat is truly on.

Can this Siberian tiger meet the challenge?

I didn’t enjoy this one as much as the last. Teena and Dmitri were both fine, I thought Dmitri was funny, but it just wasn’t as romantic. Things moved pretty fast, but—I don’t know I just wasn’t feeling it.

Oh well. Liked the series. Love Eve. Looking forward to reading her newest book about a Crocodile.


When a Beta Roars (A Lion’s Pride #2) By: Eve Langlais

When a Beta Roars

When a Beta Roars (A Lion’s Pride #2) By: Eve Langlais


How degrading. Stuck babysitting a woman because his alpha said so. As Pride Beta, he has better things to do with his time, like washing his impressive mane, hunting down thugs for fun, and chasing tail—sometimes his own if his lion is feeling playful. But his babysitting job takes an unexpected turn when the woman he’s assigned guard duty over turns out to be his mate. A female threatened by an outside wolf pack.
A woman he wants to call his own. A mate who doesn’t fall for his charm. Usually Beta’s leave the roaring to the Pride’s alpha, but in this case given his level of frustration, he might have to make an exception. And if anyone doesn’t like it, they can kiss his furry tail. Rawr!


So much action! From the first sneeze all the way to the end so much was going on, I really loved it.

Arabella and Hayder made a good couple. She’d been beat into submission and he showed her that not all men are horrible.

This book did not paint werewolves in a nice light. The last book it was more calling them dogs, but this book made them out to be just horrible. Felt really bad for Arabella for having to deal with them.

I liked this one a lot more than the last and can’t wait to continue the series.


When an Alpha Purrs (A Lion’s Pride #1) By: Eve Langalis

When an Alpha Purrs

When an Alpha Purrs (A Lion’s Pride #1) By: Eve Langalis


A lion’s pride isn’t defined only by those he commands but also resides with his hair, so when a human dares to butcher Arik’s mane, he gets his revenge—and claims her as his mate. A billionaire CEO and leader of the largest East Coast pride, Arik is a ladies man and a lion. Used to commanding others, and obedience, he can’t believe it when a hairdresser with tempting curves chops off a hunk of his precious mane. But her biggest mistake is in running from him. Run as fast as you can, little mouse, because this cat loves to chase—and pounce. Oh, and he also likes to nibble on tender bits. What he doesn’t expect is to fall for a human woman, a woman who can make the impossible happen because everyone knows lions can’t purr…until now.


As soon as I finished the last Kodiak Point book I pre-ordered this one. I was definitely in the mood for a funny shifter book and this filled that need.

I liked how arrogant Arik was, normally it could have irked me but he was just so funny and ridiculous I couldn’t help it. Kira was fine, but was the weakest part of the story. Well, honestly, I think the length of the story was the weakest part. It needed to be longer and I’m not just saying that as someone who never wants these stories to end.

Kira was a human and not familiar with the whole shifter society and her introduction to it was very violent. I didn’t buy her accepting it so quickly, she really fought against it and then abruptly changed her mind. It seemed rushed and not the full story.

I look forward to the next book, I just hope it’s more complete.