Fever Claim Marie Johnston

Fever Claim

By Marie Johnston

  • Release Date: 2015-01-14
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 210 Ratings
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After being ditched only weeks before her wedding, Cassie Stockwell wasn’t out looking for a hookup. Then the devastatingly handsome bartender she’d been trying not to obsess over for months offered to give her a ride home. What could one night hurt?
When his future was almost taken away after one impulsive decision, wolf-shifter Jace Miller waited patiently for months before making a move on the woman he knew to be his destined mate. But will one night of passion keep his little human by his side once she learns of his world and the danger it brings to her doorstep?


  • So exciting!

    By Pdb44
    Cassie is smart and tough. I prefer to read about stronger women. She was so well written. LOVED her. Sexy Jace. Knew his mate from the first page and did what he needed to do to get her. Very patient man. Also very, very protective. This was such an exciting story. Suspenseful love story. Will keep you reading from beginning to end. Enjoy!
  • Good read, bad editing

    By dierksfan
    Loved the characters and storyline. But the whole book was full of typos, mostly left-out words. Otherwise would have been 5 stars. Could easily see this as a movie in my mind.
  • Good read

    By Mayana79
    This was a great book... No true cliffhangers. It was well written and I would love to continue with the series. The characters were diverse and the author made me want to know more about the secondary characters and read their stories.. You won't be disappointed with this book.
  • Fever Claim

    By Proper grammarian
    Liked the story line and loved the characters. Will probably follow the series. However, it needs an intelligent human to proofread and edit carefully (not just rely on spellcheck). There are several instances of missing and/or extra words, causing confusion. Please correct grammar for pronouns ("She and I" for subjects showing action; "her and me" as objects of prepositions) and for verb tenses (should've GONE, not should've went). Sorry to be a nit picker.