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*Read Book Î Amber Eyes ⚤ Their final mission will be to win her loveA beautiful, vulnerable woman appears at the high country cabin where Hunter and Jericho live between assignments They are captivated by their stunning, reticent visitor and vow to protect her and uncover what she s hiding Neither is prepared for the unbelievable Their beautiful innocent is a cougar shifter who s spent a lifetime alone In the shelter of their love, Kaya blooms, finally willing to trust and embrace her humanity again Then Hunter and Jericho are called away on a mission that goes terribly wrong Now, pregnant, and alone once , she must find her way in a world she doesn t belong to and hope that the two men she loves will find their way homeAmber Eyes is the sequel to Golden Eyes, which is available through another publisher For further details, visit Maya s website This is a short quick and enjoyable coffee time read.I own and read this book years ago Didn t review back then but I am now cleaning up my book file and rereading and reviewing as I go Seeing the cover had changed I grabbed a copy through my library but the story is the same.Such an emotional read due to Kaya but one very lovely story It didn t take me long to twig who the cat was but that didn t detract from the overall story.Loved both Jericho and Hunter and was so sorry about what happene This is a short quick and enjoyable coffee time read.I own and read this book years ago Didn t review back then but I am now cleaning up my book file and rereading and reviewing as I go Seeing the cover had changed I grabbed a copy through my library but the story is the same.Such an emotional read due to Kaya but one very lovely story It didn t take me long to twig who the cat was but that didn t detract from the overall story.Loved both Jericho and Hunter and was so sorry about what happened to them but that is the job they were doing Not expecting trouble was just stupid and to leave Kaya with no resources was not forward thinking Shame on them.Poor Kaya, what a hard life she d had but I will state this story is lacking background on how she ended up where she was I am assuming she travelled from Alaska in cat form.The ending was just so wonderful Reread This isn t a bad read, just not a lot here The emotion all seems rather flat and unexplored. Kaya is a shape shifter, and having been left behind by her family she s spent most of her life as a cougar in the wild She s been watching Jericho and Hunter, two men who live in an isolated cabin, and they have been watching her When she is hurt, she allows them to help her and they discover that their wild cougar companion is in fact a beautiful woman They both form an attachment to her, and are reluctant to leave her even when their work calls them away.I liked that the plot was slow and Kaya is a shape shifter, and having been left behind by her family she s spent most of her life as a cougar in the wild She s been watching Jericho and Hunter, two men who live in an isolated cabin, and they have been watching her When she is hurt, she allows them to help her and they discover that their wild cougar companion is in fact a beautiful woman They both form an attachment to her, and are reluctant to leave her even when their work calls them away.I liked that the plot was slow and mellow It has a quiet, isolated feel that I found relaxing It isn t an adventure story, and the paranormal element is uncomplicated and matter of fact That simplicity really fit the story and set the tone.While reading this story, I spent a great deal of time trying to figure out how the author intended to characterize each of her protagonists Kaya comes across as a bit weak and helpless, but then you have to bare in mind that she hasn t had much human contact Still, I feel like the author could have spent a little time establishing that Kaya does have some innate strength, and isn t totally dependent on her men to provide for her Hunter is portrayed as theclosed off, emotionally isolated of the two men Why that is is never fully explained I can t really get a handle on Jericho s personality at all, other than that he s a bitopen than Hunter Both men are, of course, insanely protective and intent on caring for Kaya I think part of the problem at work here is page limitation It s a short book, so there is only a limited amount of time to establish everyone s personality and allow them to develop.My other complaint is the sunny, slightly sugar coated ending Everyone is accepting of Kaya and her relationship with two men Nobody comments or thinks it s odd Everybody is just part of a big happy family That s a bit unrealistic But then, this book has shape shifting so I guess I shouldn t demand realism.All told, for a novella you can read in one day, this is worthwhile It has steam, emotion, and a fairly satisfying happy ending 3.5 stars Really, I liked Amber Eyes muchthan it s predecessor Golden Eyes The relationship build up is slower,natural I especially liked how in the beginning Hunter and Jericho would trade attitudes off on things Hunter was open to the cougar, but not the girl Jericho was open to the girl, but not the cougar It was creatively ironic But then, after they found out the truth and the three of them grew closer, I was a little disappointed about how Hunter took the prime roll in ev Really, I liked Amber Eyes muchthan it s predecessor Golden Eyes The relationship build up is slower,natural I especially liked how in the beginning Hunter and Jericho would trade attitudes off on things Hunter was open to the cougar, but not the girl Jericho was open to the girl, but not the cougar It was creatively ironic But then, after they found out the truth and the three of them grew closer, I was a little disappointed about how Hunter took the prime roll in everything He wasn t very open to having Kaya stay, and yet he was the first that took her She did seem to go to them both evenly which helped, and none of it was covert no sneaking around behind the other s back which helpedStill, it seemed that although Jericho was getting his own share of pleasure, when it was them three together Hunter always got the top position Their leave taking and extended absence was done well, and Kaya s feelings in being alone and pregnant, while poignant, were not angsty over done But another minor detail that kind of stuck in my mind neither Kaya, nor Hunter, NOR Jericho ever bothered to question how she could have gotten pregnant, if they always pulled out before finishing food for thought o.O On apersonal note, I was a bit frustrated that Hunter and Jericho weren t a couple, or at least a sort of couple, in their own right They should have been it would have probably pushed this one right up into my favorites, then