I would categorize this book under erotica, not under Paranormal fantasy/Romance.
True it follows the storyline of our 2 alpha wolf shifters protagonists, but I would have to say that most of their story keeps focusing with much detail into their many antics in the bedroom (and kitchen, shower, forest, ect).
Jill redfield set's a good pace for this storyline ,that makes it enjoyable to listen to . Although the quick & sassy comments of the female lead character tends to get a bit old half way thru the story, as a narrator somehow she makes it work.
I guess you could make a movie from it; but it would be one with an x-rating!
There are scenes in the story that might be uncomfortable for some readers, since their mating does tend to get a bit aggressive at times (example; the male alpha lead character having to overpower the female alpha lead in order to win her sexual submission).
In the end it is a fairly good book with a descent story line perfect when one is in the mood for a simple but Entertaining/frisky listen.
Fantasy, sci-fi, Motorcycles, and my granddaughter. And I am a rail road engineer.
Less graphic sex scenes. The story itself was good. But the sex scenes were far too long, far too graphic, far too often. In fact, in fact, this author makes Laurel K Hamilton look like a children's writer.Mind you, I have nothing against a good sex scene where it's called for, but this author just went way over the top. Instead of adding to the plot, she distracted from it. A shame too, because this book really had the makings of being a good series.
I don't know. Perhaps if the sex scenes were toned down a bit. The story itself is not bad.
Her performance was average. She seemed to get into the different parts, but the voices all sounded the same. Perversely enough, her best performance was the sex scenes..
If graphic sexual descriptions offend you, this is definitely not the series for you.
I was trying to find a book to take up some of the time until one of my favorite authors comes out with something new when I came across this book. The description only mildly interested me and at the time I didn't find anything else so I gave this book a chance and BOY am I glad I did. If you liked Thea Harrison's Elder Race series, then I think you will like this one as well. Taryn reminds me of Pia and Trey kind of reminds me of Dragos.
Taryn and Trey make a deal to help each other out with a problem of their own and it turns into something much more. Taryn has had to battle all her life because of her "handicap" and Trey has fought all his life because of his past. Together they make each other stronger and each over comes their problems.
There are a lot of strong supporting character and a good story line. I liked the added insight into werewolf packs and politics. There is a lot of fast paced action and some very sexy parts as well. I look forward to books on the rest of the characters.
Suzanne Wright as author and Jill Redfield as narrator are both new to me and both did a great job with this book. I will be looking for other books by both of them.
Audible addicted love mystery,lately stuck on love story. Mother of 1 Labrador and 1 perfect man. Work way too hard, and so ready to be retired
I loved this book, funny,sexy and those wolves, lord so bold they tell there women to beg them for what they want,and these are no wimpy wolf girls lol...try to image someone bringing you right to that explosion and be denied omg you have to get it, I pass it up so many times but I love the pack. On the second book now .
Hot damn!!!!!!! Whew!!!!!!! I think that sums it up folks. This was a fun and crazy hot story with a broody, possessive, obsessive, very sexy alpha male wolf shifter and a sarcastic strong but funny latent wolf shifter. Made for quite an interesting tale. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Yes. It was entertaiing, the characters were exciting and the combacks between the characters was great. the heat between the two main characters didn't hurt either :)
Probably the moment where the heroine shows her vulnerable side and is grieving.
This book made me tear up and laugh out loud. don't let what people wrote about the sex scenes disuade you from this book. i started with this book and within a week i read everything suzanne wright has written!
I have been reading romance novels for years, since I was sixteen and I'm in my 30s now. Thus, I am used to the sex, sensuality and intensity of great intimacy between characters. This book however, took it to an entirely different level. My husband has provided me with the best sex on the planet but this book still made me say "DAMN!!!" True, Taryn's filthy mouth during sex made little sense to me but apparently the author has her own idea of sexy dirty talk and she stays true to that. What's amazing is how good the actually story is. Many books either have great intimacy scenes where the story falters or a great story that doesn't lend itself to producing a great story. This is usually because romance novels have to walk a fine line so they aren't classified as slutty, too over the top, or inappropriately hypersexual. Ms. Wright found the right balance. I WILL say that the dirty talk, especially all the names Taryn called Trey during sex, WAS a little over the top but it fit the story so it wasn't distracting. I absolutely LOVED Trey, though his mouth got a little outta control too. He was so sexy. When he finally reconciled his feelings for Taryn, it made me like him all the more. It didn't diminish his strength and made him even more wonderful. I loved Taryn's strength, humor and her vulnerability. Her sarcastic wit was hilarious and endearing. She was a great character and I hope that both she and Trey are a part if the following novels.
None. I've read Sherrilyn Kenyon, Laurel K. Hamilton, Shannon Drake and others who write romance/fantasy novels. Ms. Wright stands on her own.
This narrator is phenomenal. He characters have distinct voices and personalities created by slight inflections as she reads the dialog. This is the first book that I have listened to where I have no complaints. She was phenomenal.
Nooooo. I purposefully dragged it out because I didn't want it to end. It truly was a great story. However, when not listening to it, I couldn't wait to get back to it. It really was a great story.
I'm glad that I didn't read the first release of this book that had the orgy scene in it. I know that it would gave ruined how much I loved the relationship b/w Trey and Taryn. I know that sex can be great and I'm not a prude but I wouldn't have read and/or thought it cool that Trey would have watched or joined Taryn while she had sex with others. I cannot wait for Dante's story.
I'd recommend this book to a friend that needs a companion to her vibrator! This book is chock full of sexiliciousness. I'm pretty sure every chapter had the lead characters scratching each other's 'itches' before you were even halfway through the chapter.
Yes, it's a fun erotic listen with great one-liner insults.
Jill Redfield has a great voice for sex scenes. She may not have as much range as I've heard from other narrators; I loved her narration in another romance novel, and her voice characterizations in Feral Sins were extremely similar, but, that didn't take anything away from the story overall.
I wasn't a huge fan of some of the comments the leads were making to each other during the sex scenes, but, overall I came to like the characters by the end.
best narrator I've listened to in a while, she bring life to the characters. This book was well written, great balance with romance and action. Great intro to what i hope will be an incredible series.
I decided to purchase this book for several reasons - I like reading a mixture of fantasy, adventure and romance, and if i can find a decent book I will try it. Second Jill Redfield is the narrator of the infamous crossfire series, which is viciously good she sounds alot like Anne Hathaway which is a plus for any book. Also alot of positive reviews for this one
Of the many mythical creatures I don't find were-creatures to be particularly interesting, so a big negative for me was that this book not only that the universe circled around this group but we don't see the authors take on any other types of creature. But otherwise I loved the main character, her sarcasm at times really made me laugh out loud. Throughout the book, she kept a very realistic perspective about her relationship with the male lead which was always on the more physical side up to a point. Learning about the reactions of their internal wolves made for great entertainment and the structure of their wolf packs and society, seemed plausible for the most part.
I don't know that I would tune in for the continuation of the series 9wolves are not my cup of tea) but I would love to check out more books from the author and would listen to anything interesting with Jill as narrator.