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When a Lioness Snarls

Narrated by: Serena St. Clair
Series: A Lion's Pride, Book 5
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Stalking is a crime only among humans. In a lioness' world, it's called dating.

Jeoff is a bit of a killjoy, a super cute one who gets furry on full moons.

But so does she.

Luna is everything Jeoff is not. Outrageous, outgoing, and violent. Very violent, and unafraid to go after what she wants - and she wants Jeoff.

Silly man, he thinks he can resist, but once a lioness sets her sights on a man, paws off! And if anyone thinks to try and take him... There's a reason why the ladies of the pride win the yearly award for Baddest Biatches.

Fear the claw. *Snarl*.

©2016 Eve Langlais (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Not always giving separation with the voices.

Good narration but not always giving separation with the voices. Understandable as there is a lot of different characters but not quite enamoured with how this sounds. BOOK REVIEW When I read the blurb I thought HUH, cannot say I saw these two getting together. CATS & DOGS. Once again Ms Langlais prevails and brings us an enjoyable read. I waited for reviews to be posted before purchasing this book then truthfully forgot I had bought it for my holiday reading. Jeoff is in so much trouble when Luna sets her sights on him. Not as humorous as previous books as Jeoff is a bit of a stick in the mud compared to Lunas ‘In your face, life’ attitude. Didn’t see at the beginning how it would work between them and if they didn’t have to work together on the missing shifters, I am not sure their relationship would have worked out. Saying that I have loved Luna from the beginning and have been waiting for Jeoff to get his BALL AND CHAIN, His words not mine. They actually managed to balance the other in a complimentary way, showing and giving the other what they didn’t know they needed in their lives. A very good story that brings in more characters that are not shifters but Whampyres. Interesting but the loss of the young shifter lives was upsetting to me. This can be read as a standalone but the story works much better read in order.

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  • Barbara Daley
  • 30-11-2017

Good Book!

Would you listen to When a Lioness Snarls again? Why?

I would definitely listen to When a Lioness Snarls again. I thought the sexual chemistry between Luna and Jeff was intense.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked Luna's character the best because she shows a strong and brave personality.

Which scene was your favorite?

The sex scenes of course! LOL

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  • ShaSha (Lover of Audiobooks!)
  • 24-08-2017

What is stalking exactly?

Did Serena St. Clair do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

I have to say that I did not like Serena St. Clair narrating. I have listened to a lot of Eve Langlais' books and I have to admit this was one that could have used another narrator. I do not think that she was meant for this book in particular.

She may be great in another genre or with another author but for me it was not executed well.

Any additional comments?

I loved Jeoff and Luna. I thought there romance was more about a cat a mouse game (no pun intended). I loved the fact that Luna knew that she wanted Jeoff and refused to let him go. Then Jeoff became the one to chase Luna. I also loved the story that was happening and we are introduced to a new character, Jean Francois, that gets his own book When a Lioness Pounces. I want to know more about him and his group.

Eve Langlais is one of those authors I can read over and over again and I want more from her. I need more from her.

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  • MindyLou
  • 21-10-2019

Another great story!

This is another great story for the A Lion's Pride series. Luna and Jeoff are an amazing pair. I really enjoyed seeing how the crazy, impulsive, feisty Luna got the uptight, stand-offish, straight-laced Jeoff to come out and play. I really enjoyed seeing what the author did with the characters. I also enjoyed the new species addition to the series. I look forward to seeing where the author takes us next.

The narrator also did another great job. She brought another life of life to the characters. I look forward to listening to more of her reads.

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  • Original_Patricia
  • 03-01-2019

A weak plot is such a downer

I really wanted to love this story as I am reading the entire series one after the other. Unfortunately, I couldn't love this story while reading the series back to back. My reasons is simple when reading the series in the span of a very short time it's easy to see slight shifts in the rules of the world. Another related problem is the way that the author has characters in the world respond to the introduction of new species. After reading the first four books I had begun to expect the entire series to continue on the on the same level. This book while using the same characters shifted in an entirely unexpected direction with the introduction of new types of characters without laying groundwork for them in previous books. If I had read the books over a greater block of time then these problems would not have been noticed. In conclusion, although the story and characters were well written and the book was very interesting I felt letdown because it didn't follow the series themes.

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  • eBook Reader
  • 10-08-2018

You Need This

I love this audiobook. Not only does it have a
great performance that you can get caught up in, the story is fun, flirty and heartfelt.

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  • Miriam
  • 29-05-2018

Why are the Heroes so wary of the Lionesses?

I loved the first 4 books of this series but I’ve got to say the author out did herself with the lionesses. Luna is a fun loving gal who takes naps whenever and wherever she pleases, clothes are optional. She does take prides matter seriously especially when shifters start going missing. Luna and Jeff are investigating a night club where things get interesting when the fall for each other. Luna wants uncomplicated and Jeff wants to run, but a lionesses never looses her pray.

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  • Valerie
  • 28-04-2018

Steamy

Would you listen to When a Lioness Snarls again? Why?

Yes. This is a go back and read again kind of book.

What about Serena St. Clair’s performance did you like?

She really gets into character and I love that.