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WULFE UNTAMED
by Pamela Palmer

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Palmer brings it home in the thrilling conclusion to her dark and sensual Feral Warriors series set in modern times. An elite band of powerful shapeshifters struggles to fight against a growing evil that is threatening humans and supernaturals alike. Suspense and intrigue balance well with a seductive romance between a damaged hero and the woman he should — but can’t — forget. Past characters flesh out the storyline to help provide a worthy and satisfying finale that fans will cheer for.

The last shapeshifting feral wolf finds himself unable to forget the human woman whose life he saved. He knows she cannot be allowed to remember her time spent with him, but she stole a piece of his heart when he took her memories. When she is attacked by the same evil that tried to kill her before, Wulfe reveals his dual nature to her and is forced to bring her back to the stronghold of his people. Natalie Cash can’t believe her wolf is actually a man. And he’s a gorgeous, albeit scarred, man who appeals to her on every level at that. As Wulfe and Natalie give in to the passion that threatens to consume them, they realize they will need to surrender to their love if they hope to survive the final hour. (AVON, Feb., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Tori Benson

Publisher: AVON

Published: February 2014

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