Review: Feline the Pressure by Lacey Carter Andersen, L.A. Boruff, and Laura Greenwood

Three days until the solstice – not a lot of time left to save the world.

Cover Design: Jacqueline Sweet Design


Callie’s Checklist:

1. Stop being distracted by my hot firefighters.

2. Learn my powers before it’s too late.

3. Avoid the witches that want me dead.

4. Overthrow my uncle and rule.

5. Keep the people I love safe.

Oh, and remember that the whole world is counting on me. That’s not a lot of pressure, right?4

I can’t believe it’s over. Wow. No words. What to say about a series I really like…hmmm. Pictures. I wish there had been pictures. There is a moment in the book where Callie is being all badass and looking absolutely beautiful and yeah I wish there had been a picture. You know some fool was filming it. (laugh)

Lacey Carter Andersen, L.A. Boruff, and Laura Greenwood give us an engaging and fast paced ending to the “The Firehouse Feline” series with Feline the Pressure. Every hero has to face a personal battle against their dark side or past and they do. This can be hard to read if you have bonded with the characters. (Not that I do this at all – not at all). Yet anyone who has read a comic or watched a Marvel movie lately knows that out of the darkness, the hero comes out stronger. Take that bad guy! (Pow!)

Our writer trio gives us battles, betrayals, and unfortunately with every battle we do have losses. They also provide us with happy heartfelt moments and yes (thank goodness) some “fun” and not necessarily in the sheets (laugh). Hmm…I wonder if this is the paragraph that gets edited for social posting – ya think? Since that will probably be the case, I think all of the guys should have been able to get in on the action, but there really wasn’t time for all of that in between all of the drama and fighting much to disappointment of Callie and especially Will. (laugh)

I have to say I was surprised this was the end. I am sad to say goodbye to Callie. She is feisty, loyal, and a girl who can find trouble without looking and she looks. (laugh) This book is a great send off to the group. May they reign until Robbie grows up and gets his own series. See you then! 

I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.


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Books in “The Firehouse Feline” series:

#1 Feline the Heat (See my review on 1 February 2020)

#2 Feline the Flames (See my review on 1 February 2020)

#3 Feline the Burn (See my review on 14 May 2020)

Further Details:
Publisher: 27 May 2020
Formatting: L&L Author Services
Series: The Firehouse Feline #4
Pages: 145
Sex: Rated R

3Book is available on Kindle Unlimited at time of posting
4Bio, Photo, and/or Synopsis are from Goodreads.


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