Breaking Badger

Kensington. (The Honey Badger Chronicles, Bk. 4). Aug. 2021. 368p. ISBN 9781496730145. pap. $15.95. PARANORMAL ROMANCE
Mads Galendotter focuses on one thing: Basketball. As a honey badger/hyena hybrid, she had her WNBA dreams crushed because she’s too good to play alongside full humans. So she plays in the shifter basketball league instead and, in her spare time, goes on undercover missions with her teammates, including Max “Kill It Again” MacKilligan. During their latest mission, they cross paths with the tiger shifter brothers known as the Black Malones, and before Mads knows it, she has Finn Malone sniffing around her. Finn knows his oldest brother messed up when he angered Max, but he’s hoping Mads will help the brothers get back into Max’s good graces; the Malones need Mad and Max’s assistance in tracking down their father’s murderer. Unfortunately, Max has no good graces, Mads is focused on getting into the championships, and Finn is finding her more fascinating by the minute.
VERDICT Laurenston expands her “Honey Badger Chronicles” series to the friends of the MacKilligan sisters with her trademark snark and over-the-top humor. Fans will be screaming to read this entry, but it’s not a good jumping-on point for new readers due to the overwhelming number of characters involved; readers will need to know some of the backstory to fully enjoy it. However, Laurenston should be a required purchase for public libraries.
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