Reviewed by: Candace
Rating (out of 5): 4.5 stars
I am a sucker for wounded, brooding heroes, and if book sales are any indicator, so are you.
Wulfe. Until this book, I was a total Lyon girl. Oh yeah, Roar was my big kitty until Wulfe got his page time. Mated with the former Radiant, after her death, the wolf shifter of the Feral Warriors hasn’t exactly been chasing tail (pun intended) like the other guys. Until Natalie Cash comes along.
Now, what kind of girl does it take to make a wolf’s tail wag? How about a brilliant doctor who isn’t quite the suffering, helpless creature that often plays heroine in romance books. Oh, no. Natalie has spunk, and will do whatever it takes to find her missing brother.
Natalie noticed a wolf on her property, who was out there protecting her, and trusted him. Even invited this creature inside her house. When a Mage invasion endangered her and her trusted wolf shifted into Wulfe, his scars didn’t put her off. She was drawn to him, just as the quiet warrior was to her. And boom, this is when the magic happens.
There are many series out there in the paranormal romance world. Some come to an end leaving the reader to think “it is about time!,” while others end leaving readers wanting more. Such is the case with the Ferals. Wulfe and Natalie’s story made me sad to see this world come to an end. But at a recent signing Pamela Palmer hinted that there may be more with the Feral world. Imagine a girl crossing her fingers and doing a happy little dance that we would get a story for Grizz next.
As Wulfe Untamed is the *cough* end of the Ferals (for now), I’m not going to give too much away. As a matter of fact, I’m going to tell you fur-loving paranormal romance readers to go pick up Desire Untamed and become immersed with the Ferals. (Ed. note: VBC’s Amy is actually working her way through the series now, and loving it. Keep an eye out for more Feral Warriors reviews!)
Sexual content: Sex