Okay, I was awake at 2 with allergies, so it wasn’t like I was asleep anyway, but, the puppies made me actually get up at 3:30. Now, the reason was that Tanner had to really, really go outside. So that was good that he didn’t go in their crate. I was proud of him. It’s also storming out, but both were good.
So then, naturally, they’re up, I’m up, it means feeding time at the zoo. Not quite. It’s REALLY not time to be up. So I vacuumed, did laundry, cleaned my kitchen, and wore them out. They were sleeping on my lap, but I just moved them to their bed so I could type more easily. I swear, I’ll get this alpha bit down soon. Well, forget that. It’s been like 45 mins and they’re back up. This is so much like having babies.
Good news also is that I’ve had some great reviews for Jaguar Pride!!
Woohoo, from Night Owl Reviews!!! Score: 5.00 / 5 – Reviewer Top Pick
I loved Terry Spear’s Jaguar Pride. The story flowed so well and I was surprised when I finished it. I was completely absorbed and loved the characters. Any story with shifters involved is going to rock my world, but this one was just amazing. I found it interesting that the author went with poachers. Poachers are a big thing and it can get very dangerous to stop them because you are cutting into them getting big money. I truly enjoyed this book and can easily recommend it. I hope others will love it as much as I did.
In Jaguar Pride Huntley takes no prisoners and is one of a kind. He and his partner Melissa find shifter cubs, by themselves, on a mission he takes them under his wing. No one will hurt them under his watch and Melissa feels the same way.
RT Review: The unexpected surprises included in this installment of the Heart of the Jaguar series are enough to make readers’ jaws drop. Spear’s latest is chilling and thrilling from start to finish – and fans of bad-ass cats will revel in each minute, clawing their way to the finish.
Oh, and of course I’m behind on writing Phantom Fae, though when I was awake at 2, I was thinking more on scenes. I have been writing daily, but just getting behinder. Still, I’m working on it. And that’s the main thing. To keep working on something even if you don’t have the time to devote to all of your word count goals.
Have a super great Friday!!! I’m enjoying the storm, though not when taking the puppies out it in all day. 🙂 <3
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I have one dog that goes out eagerly in any weather. It must have read the postman’s oath or whatever, about rain, snow, sleet, etc. The other one is another story altogether. If it is cold or wet she will do a u-turn and go between my feet back into the house. lol
LOL, that’s too funny. I’ve taken Tanner out several times in the rain, but he got spooked by the water running off the roof. Then I took Max out and we walked in the rain forever, but it was so dark out I couldn’t tell if he went. So then he let me know he had to go and I took him out, but he wouldn’t leave the porch when he saw there was all that wet stuff again. So I had to make him come out with me. Now we’re all back in side and wet. LOL