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Primal Hunger: North American Pack Paperback – March 8, 2013
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Savannah, is the alpha of that sect, she is suffering from a major heartbreak. She has trust issue with Andre, since he is part vampire.
I wish Andre and Savannah would have actually talked to each other, instead of walking away from one another!! Stubborn! Can't wait to start on the next one.
Magen has me hooked on her paranormals. I have loved them all.
I enjoyed her wolves almost as I enjoy her fae. Andre was a great character, I like how he was able to shift to various forms, was half caster, half vampire, and wise beyond his years. Savannah, I enjoyed her too. I want to know more about the Kitsune as well.
There was a bit of a cliffhanger in the sense that you know more is coming. I can't wait to read more of the story.
In this new series we follow Andre Da'Roza, the half-vampire half-witch hybrid child of the protagonist of the previous series. He's moved in with a faction of the North American Pack of werewolves in order to aid them in their survival. After the mysterious death of the faction's Alpha two years prior, the whole pack has been a little on edge, especially the new and current Alpha, Savannah.
Savannah doesn't trust Andre because of the vampire blood in him, but after some prodding from others she takes the time to get to know him, and learns there's more to him than just fangs and blood. When they start to grow closer, things become complicated as a group of hunters come after the pack and it's up to Andre to stand tall and protect his new home from harm.
Having binge read the Half-Blood Princess series the past two months I was excited to get into this new series, especially since it's more focused on the werewolves of Magen McMinimy's unique world of supernatural creatures hiding behind human society. The Pack was done brilliantly in my opinion, the loyalty of the members and their proficiency at sustaining themselves impressive indeed. Magen McMinimy knows how to introduce a society of werewolves, that's for sure! And throw in some Kitsune in the bunch, and I'm positively ecstatic to have the chance to read such an incredibly novel!
I plan to start the second book IMMEDIATELY.