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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Savage Urges (The Phoenix Pack #5) by Suzanne Wright Review

Savage Urges (The Phoenix Pack, #5)Savage Urges by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Suzanne Wright created another exceptional story with the fifth book of the Phoenix Pack Series; Savage Urges. Wolf-shifter, Makenna Wray, volunteers at a shelter for lone-shifters that once rescued her. She helps a teenage boy named Zac Lewis, and discovers he is related to Phoenix Pack enforcer, Ryan Conner. When Ryan meets the she-wolf that introduced him to his cousin, he was not expecting to feel a connection to her. The pack is cautious due to the bad reputation lone-shifters have. Ryan’s protective instincts come into play when alpha, Remy Deacon, threatens Makenna and the shelter. This contemporary PNR is suitable for adults.

As always, Suzanne Wright does a fabulous job with her character development. I love Makenna. She sort of reminds me of Roni from the Mercury Pack with her odd out of the blue questions; similar to Roni’s uncomfortable statistics. Okay other than that, Roni and McKenna are really nothing alike, but I could see them becoming good friends. Makenna is quirky, smart, and brave. She cares about others. I love Ryan. He is a broody, quiet, dominant enforcer that will do anything to protect what is his. I appreciated how Makenna makes Ryan more outgoing and playful. I love how everyone around them recognizes that. The little kids in the story made me laugh, especially Savannah’s confrontations with Greta.

I enjoyed the plot. All the details were well executed. It was full of action and excitement. I love both the Phoenix and Mercury Pack Series; so I was happy characters from both series played an important role in this story. Remy made an interesting antagonist. He had a screwed-up life. The man was twisted and scheming. The story had a thrilling ending and felt well resolved. The Phoenix Pack is a great series for anyone who enjoys shapeshifter paranormal romances.

Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Kindle Edition, 318 pages
Published May 3rd 2016 by Montlake Romance
Edition Language: English
Series: The Phoenix Pack #5

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