GIVING PERRIN LIFE by Charlie Richards
Giving Perrin Life by Charlie Richards
Kontra’s Menagerie, Book 7
Reviewed by Lisa
His entire existence was confined to a cage, a cell where scientists and needles and pain were his reality. Perrin knew no other life until the day he managed to escape eight months ago and breathed fresh air for the very first time. Since that day Perrin has been living on the run mostly in the wild as his black lion shifter self.
Coming into contact with anyone is the last thing Perrin wants to do, but he’s forced to intervene when a lion who smells so wonderfully is about to die under the paws of a larger lion during some kind of fight. He doesn’t understand what is going on and runs again before the situation is explained.
Days pass in the wild and then that divine scent in the form of a man finds Perrin. Lion shifter Terence Williams is reunited with his mate only to discover that Perrin has no concept of mates, alphas, pack, or basically anything. It’s a good thing Terence is more than willing to show him, to teach him, and most importantly, to love him.
Paying his dues with life’s blood and years of his life the black lion deserves to find happiness and a home in Giving Perrin Life. Heartstrings are tugged and past judgments are resolved when mates find each other in a sometimes tough, though ultimately tender romantic tale. Giving Perrin Life features the best Alpha yet in the always enjoyable Kontra’s Menagerie series. There’s no question you will root for Perrin who proves that clueless does not mean brainless.