REVIEW: The Vixen’s Lead (Kit Davenport, #1) by Tate James

Title: The Vixen’s Lead
Kit Davenport
Tate James
Publication Date: 
September 19, 2017
Personal Collection
NA Fantasy Reverse Harem
Pages: 396
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Rating: 5 Stars!

I want vengeance so badly that I can almost taste it. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. So, I did what anyone in my unique position would do. I slapped on a secret identity and became an internationally renowned thief, known as The Fox. Nobody knows me. Nobody can catch me. 

Or so I thought… 

It turns out; I have what they want. Special abilities. And trust me, these abilities are coveted–and dangerous. Now, I don’t know who to trust or where to go. Peril lurks on every corner as I try to uncover my past and origin. Teaming up with unlikely allies may be my only chance at survival or my biggest mistake. Only time will tell. 

I’m Kit Davenport and this is only the beginning. 

** Warning: This book is a Reverse Harem. It also contains violence, sex, bad-language and content which some readers may find triggering. **


It has been a while since I have been gripped by a fantasy series like this one! I read all 7 books in less than a week because I literally couldn’t put them down. This was my first Tate James experience and it certainly won’t be my last! Since I binged this whole series and I can’t remember what happens in which book, I am going to give a general overview of the series.

Tate James sure knows how to weave a captivating world. From the beginning to the end, there were twists and turns that left me yearning for more. I thought the overarching plot was brilliant and everything came together in an incredible way. There was action, romance, betrayals, and never-ending friendships all wrapped up in this series.

As much as I loved the story itself, my favorite part were the character developments throughout the series. Kit is a snarky, coffee addicted heroine who is stubborn as all get out. She is a willful, strong young woman who I really enjoyed. Yes, she could be overdramatic and exaggerated at times, but overall, I loved her spice. The relationships that she builds with each of her men is beautiful to witness.

Now for the many delicious male characters. Each male certainly had their own personality to bring to the book as well as their own strengths/flaws. River, Cole, Vali, Caleb, Austin, and Wesley, all have their own place in my heart because they were each so different and there were things that I loved about each of them. River’s dominance and leadership, Cole’s possessive and protectiveness, Vali’s strength and wisdom, Caleb’s humor and steadiness, Austin’s passion and sarcasm, and Wesley’s sweetness and curious nature. These qualities came together and made an indestructible team that can take on the world.

It is hard to believe that one girl and six guys come as far as they did. I had no idea the journey these seven would take would be as beautiful and intricate as it ended. Of course, not everything was perfect and some of the twists were predictable, but overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this series! Every time I read a reverse harem, I am reminded of why I love them so much. Whether it is fantasy, paranormal, contemporary, etc, I love them because of the relationships established in them. Each is unique and yet blend so perfectly together.

I wish I could have more of them!

Rating: 5 Stars!

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