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A Love Untamed (Feral Warriors) Mass Market Paperback – December 26, 2012
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About the Author
When New York Times bestselling author Pamela Palmer's initial career goal of captaining starships didn't pan out, she turned to engineering, satisfying her desire for adventure with books and daydreams, until finally succumbing to the need to create worlds of her own. Pamela lives and writes in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.
Top Customer Reviews
The prickly, rage-ridden Melisande has been a mystery since we first met her in Zee and Julianne's story. Her history is a traumatic one, and A Love Untamed brings it all back into brutally unforgiving focus for the Ilina who has had to harden her heart and spirit to survive so much. Mel is literally an ancient, so I loved learning "firsthand" about the times before The Sacrifice and all that came just after. The burden of such a long memory and existence must be fierce, but nothing haunts Melisande more than her personal trauma and the need to maintain her shield and the cold heart that lets her keep on keepin' on... to serve her queen and make amends with her sisters.
I loved getting to see Zee and Julianne again! Theirs was the very first Ferals story I read, Hearts Untamed, a short in an anthology called Bitten By Cupid, and where I first met my shifter crush, Jag. Zee and Kieran/Fox have been friends for many years, and their bond is tight. Our new Fox is a charmer, all sweet, sexy, and Irish. His speech and vocabulary are well crafted, and it's easy to imagine his deep, smooth voice lilting in the brogue that has made many a female heart flutter.
"Things are not as they seem" has been a theme throughout the Feral Warriors books, but it's practically the anthem of A Love Untamed. Mage traps, untrusted new Ferals, and brutally drastic measures define this new turn in the series. The Feral Warriors are definitely off the rails!Read more ›
This book highlights one of the new Shifters, Fox. The romance between Fox and Melisande is satisfying (once the reader discovers the reasons why the woman has been so difficult in past books) and nicely resolved by the end. This is the norm in most of Palmer's books.
Several other characters (both old and new) are featured in this novel, and the ongoing fight against the Mages continues. The Warriors were not very successful in this conflict due to the need to find and rescue their Radiant, Kara, from the enemy. This book has taken a little different turn than her previous books, and I must say that I find it rather interesting. Can't say that this one is my favorite of the series, but I did enjoy it. The writing is excellent, as usual. I continue to love the hunky Shifters, and enjoy it when they find their Mates.
I'm a big fan and will continue with the series.
Heather Nordahl Files at adcmagazine.com
First, the repeated recounting, in detail, of a female character's rape and torture. But that's not the worst thing...
Second, and most unpalatable, the graphic depiction of an innocent human child viciously stripped to her underpants and sliced open force someone's compliance. Screaming and crying out in terror as the blood ran down her chest until it soaked the blue butterflies on her underpants turning them purple. And if you think it sounds bad here, imagine what it sounded like in context when written as skillfully as Ms. Palmer is able to do. If "necessary" to prove the depth of bad in the bad guys, kidnapping, frightening, and imprisoning a child are all despicable but effective ways to communicate the point. I couldn't believe the author actually felt the need to take it to such an extreme.
Overall, this book read more like a springboard into a new series than a progression of the existing series. Many "revelations" were made, allowing for explanation as to why we now need to follow this new path. This installment did little to advance any current plot lines and moved the focus away from contemporary shifter and firmly into, "reach for a doorknob and it disappears from under your hand" territory - over and over and over again. Caves, wall torches, castles and labyrinths, you name it and its in here. Possibly a good thing for pure supernatural fantasy readers, unfortunate for us contemporary shifter fans who have been faithfully following this series throughout all of the previous books.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
loved the whole series, please write some more just like thesePublished 4 months ago by rhonda a. vickers
I enjoyed the shifting and battle scenes as well as the clear flashbacks. #feralwarriors Now on to the next book!!!Published 8 months ago by Jeannette
I Rate this book a five. I would recommend this book to all my friends. Pamela Palmer is a fantastic writer. I have read all of her books. Fantastic!!Published 21 months ago by Brenda B.
I enjoy this series a lot however some of the scenes were a bit much for me personally as I have endured some similiar trauma and I was triggered so to speak and had a panick... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Brightmoon
this was one great book. love the characters and the story. wish that there was more. love the seriesPublished 23 months ago by anna
There is only one reason I'm giving this a one star review, what about the little 6 years old human girl they left with Inir? Kara doesn't even mention her to anyone, Why? Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by M from California