- Series: Feral Warriors (Book 8)
- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Avon (January 28, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062107550
- ISBN-13: 978-0062107558
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 102 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #210,548 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“Palmer brings it home in the thrilling conclusion to her dark and sensual Feral Warriors series. A worthy and satisfying finale that fans will cheer for.” RT BookReviews
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.
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I enjoyed the interaction Woulfe had with Natalie in his wolf form. The quiet strength and acceptance that Natalie showed thought the book.
It was wonderful to know the stories behind Woulfe's scares; not only the physical ones that are a constant reminder of the guilt, pain and loss. I found Woulfe's character engaging and always wanted to read more about him; who he was and what motivated him.
Natalie was a breathe of fresh air. Like most of the sisterhood she is intelligent and has a core of steal. I enjoyed the way her character embodied a quiet acceptance; however, she radiated strength and confidence without being stuck-up or cocky.
Having read all the novels in this series, I can honestly say that it's like picking up a letter from old friends relaying the adventures, sorrows, and victories. When I can completely lose myself in a book and not realize what time it is, I can smile and feel that relaxed content feeling I enjoy sho much.
If you enjoy shifters and you want to be drawn in to the story; feel the anticipation, sadness, joy and hope then this is a book that I would press into your hands and tell you your search is over.
What worked for me - Wulfe, with his scarred face and gentle ways, has been one of my favorites since the beginning of the series. He lost his mate, the former Radiant, shortly before the beginning of the first book. Theirs was not a love match, but the loss of his mate left Wulfe damaged. He is unable to feel emotion, his sense of taste has diminished, his ability to see color is limited...he doesn't get aroused. So, yeah, that was a little different. Wulfe carries terrible, weighty secrets that he bears stoically. He believes he deserves the bad things that happen to him because of the things he has done. He doesn't feel like he is good enough for Natalie, but that doesn't stop him from wanting her.
Natalie - what a great shero! She is an optometrist, specializing in helping dyslexic kids. Natalie believes the eyes are the window to the soul, and she judges Wulfe, in both his forms, to be a gentle and kind soul. She is drawn to his innate goodness, and wants to erase the shadows of pain she sees in him. Natalie has a spine made of titanium. She does not back down, even when she is in excruciating pain. She believes in Wulfe, and does her part to save him, and the world.
The Ferals and their mates - we spend some good amounts of quality time with the guys and their mates.
The story was intense, and gripping, with a ton of action. The romance part was more emotional than physical, and very sweet.
What didn't work as well - Not much. I did feel like a couple of threads were left hanging, and I am hoping for a new series to pursue those story lines. Like what happens with Vivian and Strom??? And Grizz and Sabine...definitely want to see what happens with them. Will Vhyper ever find a mate? The other thing was Natalie was so anxious to see her brother, then we don't see or hear about Xavier again until the epilogue. Just seemed strange. Other than that, nothing.
Bottom line - Time and money very well spent! I have been reading this series since the beginning, and I have enjoyed it immensely. Ms. Palmer keeps the action flowing and writes very strong leading characters. If you like shifter romances, or books with an interesting, unique mythology, you should give this series a try.
I would not recommend someone reading this as a standalone- you totally need the background that was covered in the first books.
Plus there are some freaking hot shifters that you should not miss. So please do yourself a favor and read from the beginning of the series instead of skipping to the end.
I would suggest that those who do not like paranormal romances read this book/series. Although it is set in the modern world, you might not appreciate it as much if you despise a fair bit of "magic" (shifters, immortality, etc.).
I might just say that Wulfe was my favorite warrior. Why? Because he had such a good heart and soul- I think that was part of his charm.
Anyways, read this book if you have finished the first seven in the series!
None of them end in cliffhangers--each hero finds his true love. It's not exceptional literature, but each book leaves a reader feeling satisfied. I enjoyed them all.
The characters, who are involved in all the books, are all well developed and appealing. There were some new species brought out in this final book, which gives me the hope that there will be more books written about this intriguing World.
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