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A native Texan, Bailey spends her days spinning stories around in her head, which has contributed to more than one incident of tripping over her own feet. Evenings are reserved for pounding away at the keyboard, as are early morning hours. Sleep? Doesn't happen much. Writing is too much fun, and there are too many characters bouncing about, tapping on Bailey's brain demanding to be let out. Caffeine and chocolate are permanent fixtures in Bailey's office and are never far from hand at any given time. Removing either of those necessities from Bailey's presence can result in what is know as A Very, Very Scary Bailey and is not advised under any circumstances.

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Overcoming a life of abuse 11. Juni 2014
Von Deirdre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I've enjoyed this author for awhile especially her series Southwestern Shifters, Love in Xxchange, Southern Spirits and Leopard Spots. Owning several in paperback form, prior to purchasing my first kindle. Unfortunately I haven't been able to read every book in all of the series. Had I read more of the recent books in the Leopard Spots series maybe I would have been prepared for this spinoff series, Spotless.
Luckily I read enough to be familiar with some of the leopard shifters and their mates that crossed over into the new series. The first book of Spotless involves a halfbreed and his newly found mate. Neither had a clue fumbling through their mating bond. One didn't know he had a heart until his mate touched it. The other was untouched, innocent, abused, damaged halfbreed (leopard puma mix) covered in scars. For all his life only his brother attempted to protect him and cared about him. Lonely scarred hated despised and living in fear, Adal had lived a miserable life in a leopard community led by his father who made sure everyone despised him and his older halfbreed brother.
While there is a lot else going on, the opening chapters are not for the faint of heart. The cruelty inflicted, the depth of hatred, the vicious fighting between shifters. The rest of the story entails the mixed shifter's struggle to overcome all his health and physical problems in hopes of being able to finally live a "normal" life. Having a strong protective loving mate helped. If only he could be reunited with his brother and permanently escape the wrath of his father then his life would be complete.
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M/M Human and Shifter Mating / Recommended 12. Juni 2014
Von Daniel Bowen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Hide (Spotless Book 1) was an original take on the shifter theme. It is well written, interesting plot, well thought out over arching theme, and of course the m/m mating which is typical for a shifter story.

Adal is a half breed puma/leopard shifter and as such was ignored, abused, and tortured by his alpha father his entire life. His only friend was his older brother, Steven, who was another victim of their father's wrath. On one mission Adal finds his human mate Dorso. The interaction between the two was instant attraction and Dorso, being the player he is, acted on it. While Adal knew Dorso was his mate, he is a virgin, never had a relationship of any kind, no one to hug or offer comfort. Even though Adal had his doubts, he was completely honest. Putting his trust in his newly met mate, he even showed his animal, proving he was a shifter.

Now that took guts. And as the story unwinds we learn just how strong Adal is -- To have survived his father's abuse yet still willing to trust and believe he has a future. He was willing to trust in Remy, to hope he'd be cured. Throughout the story, Dorso was there to encourage and care for him. The tenderness between the two was wonderful. They had an instinctive grasp of what the other needed - That when Adal was in pain, despite being warned he could be hurt, Dorso was there holding him.

Yes, this series starts as a spin off of the Leopard Spot's Series. I only read one book from that series and was able to relate to this one. I wouldn't say it's mandatory to read all of the Leopard Spot's Series before this one. The connect for me was the wolf pack that Adal and Dorso visit as well as Dorso's friends who happen to be cat shifters. But all those characters make up a small part of this story so I'd say this could be read as a stand alone. Even the author doesn't say you have to read the other series to enjoy this book.

Because of Adal's father, the boys have to keep running to stay alive. There are some light hearted moments. One is when Adal interacts with Dorso's extremely large family. Another is greeting the guards at the wolf pack gate. . . And . . . Window slobber.

This is a story of a half breed shifter that overcomes his past, discovers his mate, does all he can to survive, and move on. It's a story of Adal's courage and the ability to improve and become who he wants to be. Well worth reading. - Dan's Wife
I suggest reading the Leopard's Spots series first to fully enjoy Hide. 28. Juli 2014
Von Ro - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Worthless! Adal had been mentally programmed all through his childhood to believe that he and his brother Steven were too unworthy to live. Meeting human Dorso Rodriguez and discovering Dorso is his mate; Adal begins to break free of the crippling lies along with the toxins inflected by his evil father.

Hide is the first book in the Spotless series, which is a spinoff of the Leopard's Spots series. The main connecting character from the previous series is Isaiah. In this episode, Dorso works at Snow leopard Isaiah’s auto repair shop. Adal and his older brother Steven have been sent to abduct Isaiah’s mate, Amur leopard Bae.

Adal is a dual breed cat shifter with a down trodden personality because of his abusive childhood, yet he is a compassionate man. Adal lives in constant fear of his father, he is reluctant to fight, but will kill anyone who threatens Dorso.

Although Dorso is human, he is strong as well as very protective of Adal. Dorso has a big open-minded family who only want to see him settled into a long term relationship.

Bailey Bradford has created an enjoyable introduction to a new series. I found Adal’s dual breed combination as well as the dual blending of series’ characters intriguing. There are not a lot of battle scenes in this installment; however the intimacy scenes are scorching. I suggest reading the Leopard's Spots series first to fully enjoy Hide.
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To weird for me. 6. Juni 2014
Von Me - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I don't like this book. I felt like I was walking in on the middle of a conversation. I looked and I didn't see any thing about this book being a sequel, or part of a series. It jumped right into the drama and it involved people that I have no idea who they are. Another issue I have with it is the right away they are going to bed with each other. They don't even know the other person. I understand the mate thing, but I don't know anything about the characters. I didn't see any grammar errors so it wasn't a one star book, but it don't deserve any more than two.
hide 4. August 2014
Von Christy Loves 2 Read - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
This was a nice first book in a spin-off to the 'Leopard's Spots' series. Adal and his brother, Steven, have been horribly abused by their father, something no child should suffer. Adal and Steven are half leopards and half pumas, or pumapards, as they call themselves.
It was sweet to watch Adal find happiness, love, and contentment with Dorso. The next book is Steven's and should be good, too.
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