Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Expected publication: October 25th 2011 by Avon
ISBN 13: 9780061794735
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Shifter
Series: Feral Warriors, book #6
I’m still in total shock from this book. I loved Hawke and Faith. Their characters were incredible individuals who made the most fantastic couple. Their story rocked and drew my complete and undivided attention from the first few pages. There is just so little I can tell due to spoilers. This book is full of so many shockers. I had to pick my jaw off the floor so many times. This is one of the best books that I have read all year! I loved how the couple came together. Faith walks into Feral House on the arm of their newest Feral Warrior. The attraction between Hawke and Faith is intense and instantaneous. They both acknowledge the feelings but due to her impending mating with Maxim, Hawke and Faith try to keep their distance with each other. Their attraction and connection is just too much, they can’t stay away from each other. Once they finally give in and accept that they just need to go with the feelings they have towards each other… SCORCHING! They are so perfectly matched for each other in so many ways.
The warriors are still fighting the evil Mage that are trying to release the Daemons. In this installment in the Feral Warrior series they warriors have to face that battle on a different front. The Mage have created an entirely new and very shocking force for the warriors to deal with. I was completely taken by surprise. This adds nonstop page turning action to this book. The readers are still given plenty of page time from the previous books couples. Feral House now has an abundant supply of females. It was nice to see that they are bonding with each other as girlfriends and confidants should, without their men, a bottle of wine and some tasty treats. As with most series I can say that you must read the previous books before this one. It would be very confusing otherwise. Although there was some rehashing on key events from Hunger Untamed, they are disguised as filling in the events that Hawke and Tighe missed during their week trapped in the Spirit Trap.