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Rogue (Shifters, #2)Rogue by Rachel Vincent

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Andrew and Luiz have teamed up and are after Faythe. Andrew wants to kill her because she left him after biting him and turned him into a werecat by mistake. I’m sure if Faythe knew she infected him she would have taken care of him, but as horrified as Andrew was, she wasn’t aware of partially shifting before biting him on the ear.

Now she has to face the consequences. Luiz wants her dead because she killed his brother, Miguel. She also has to stand trial on two counts of capital crime: infecting a human and killing him.

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