Book Review, Khan by Kathi S. Barton

REVIEWED BY Joanne Swinney

Khan by Kathi S. Barton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Got to love this guy. As much as he’s a pain and bossy and wants everything done his way, he’s just so… you know. Grrr!! He doesn’t want a mate, if you read book one you will know he hates humans. Aww bless, he’s in for quite a shock.
Although he can be quite difficult at times, he is very protective of his family and anyone who is close to them. He will protect them with his life, him and his Cat, he’s a shifter, a very impressive shifter.

The Bowen boys are all very close and help each other out, if one has a problem the rest of the family is there to help. Mostly no questions are asked because they are rarely needed unless it’s to do with one of them finding a mate. When Marc’s employee is hurt, he wants to take care of her. Nope, it’s not his mate, but she sure is Khan’s.

Khan is about to have his whole life turned upside down. Poor guy has been stuck in his ways for so long it’s hard to change, but he definitely needs some adjusting if he’s ever going to have a chance at keeping his mate. Monica may have been stalked and beaten by her ex but she’s no push over.
Khan is desperate to keep Monica safe, with the ex, Tony is doing all he can to find her, anything can happen. It’s an intense time for all of them especially Khan.

This is another brilliant shifter romance. I love the excitement that comes with reading these stories. The men being so alpha and protective. The woman although damsels in distress are tough and loving, just what these brothers need. The parents are comical, George is a hoot and very much involved in all their children lives.

If you love Shifter romance this is a must read. I am working my way through every shifter book this Author has, LOL!! True fact. I think I will be kept busy for quite some time.

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