Wulfe Untamed by Pamela Palmer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In the previous book, Natalie Cash was rescued by the Feral Warriors after an attack by Daemons. Natalie saw Wulfe as a person not even noticing his deformities. Feeling compassion for her, Wulfe uses his gift; he takes her scares from her as his own. Natalie’s memories were then wiped from her by the Feral Warriors, so she could return to her human existence.
Now, Wulfe guards her in his wolf form making sure she is protected from the enemy. It’s good thing he was watching; for unknown reasons, Natalie sparked more than his interest.
I have always had a soft spot in my heart for Wulfe. I admit; wolves are my favorite animal, but that’s not the only reason he’s one of my much-loved Feral Warriors. Out of all the Ferals, Wulfe, seems to have suffered the most. He hurts from the after-effect of a mate who didn’t love him and a scarred body that reminds him of his past. He has a good heart. He also has that quiet-mysterious thing going for him.
Natalie is a good person. She sees beauty beyond the physical. She is the perfect person to try to heal Wulfe’s emotional wounds.
Pamela Palmer is a talented writer. Every time I read one of her books, I am awed by the level of her work and reminded why she is one of my favorite authors.
Each book in the Feral Warriors series is refreshing. Palmer created a successful base throughout the series yet kept the story new and entertaining. I highly recommend Wulfe Untamed and the Feral Warriors Series. I would also recommend reading them in order.
ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Expected publication: January 28th 2014 by Avon
original title: Wulfe Untamed
ISBN 0062107550 (ISBN13: 9780062107558)
series: Feral Warriors #8
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