Taryn Warner is a wolf shifter with extraordinary healing skills - and serious problems. First, her father is determined that she mate for life with a wolf shifter named Roscoe Weston, whom the feisty Taryn can’t stand. To make matters worse, she’s also been kidnapped by Trey Coleman, a dangerous alpha male from another pack. And as much as she wants to resist Trey, Taryn is incredibly, maddeningly attracted to him. When he makes her a tempting proposal that will benefit both of them, the strong-willed healer has to decide whether escaping an unwelcomed bond with Roscoe is worth the risks of mating with Trey, no matter how temporary their allegiance is intended to be.
©2013 Suzanne Wright (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
People that enjoy the coarser sexual adventure would enjoy this I imagine.
For me, I felt that this story could have held it's own without so much racy content. Just a little of that goes a long way in my book. I love books that aren't so graphic about sexuality.
understandable smooth erotic
The love story.
I love how she calls Trey "Flinstone", and laughed so hard when Dominick stated he was no Flinstone but he can make her bedrock! That was classic! I also enjoy the smart comments throughout the story between Trey's grandmother Gretta and his mate.
She clearly separated the characters in story.
YES Most Definitely!
I am looking forward to book # 2 and the rest of the series.
Hell yes , jill redfield takes this book to another level !
She Can put the story to life
The story is super funny and hot and jill is proberbly the Best narrator I' ve listened too
The book is well written and read.
Yummy and menacing.:)
I love this book from the first word to the last!
I laughed all the way through.
Picked up this book under the non-fiction section and was caught off guard by the sex scene. I still like the story line and thought the narrator did a great job.
R rated or X rated, take your pick. This book is not a YA werewolf romance. It's hard core sex, but has it's place in this love story of two very strong alpha wolves. What I like about Taryn, is that she was a strong character, so none of that whiny female always doing the wrong thing and misinterpreting everything going on around her. This female is bold, hardened from her upbringing, but not without her problems. Trey tends to easily go feral from his unfortunate upbringing, until Taryn calms him and his wolf. Not a bad story as the couple form an alliance with their own personal motives, that we all know will eventually end with true love.
Oh My God!
The reader (or listener) is inside the minds of the two main characters allowing the internal struggle to be felt from both points of view.
This was my first listen of this reader. Ms. Redfield is excellent at her craft as she reads the steamy scenes that have me blushing (I checked).
I actually have never heard sex scenes that graphically represented, it was a very nice surprise. The story that went with them helped me to become attached to the characters beyond the carnal escapades.
Onto Book 2.
#1 with a bullet!
When Taryn finally gives herself over to Trey.
You can completely visualize the characters and the scenery! Amazing!
in terms of plot, this book lacks strongly. basically, what you learn early on about the general plot from the summary is what you should expect. There is 1 mystery that i had a fun time trying to guess, yet I was underwhelmed when the mystery was resolved. What made me dislike the book was the dominant/submissive personalities.
Basically the main female lead is a dominant type, meaning she wont give in to anyone, and since shes an alpha as well, not even her own alpha can command her to do anything. this all carries into sex, where the female lead is fighting and cursing her alpha while lusting and wanting sex. its a retarded thing because after all that fighting and cursing(quite colorful cursing I might add), she is content and sexually sated. its it gives off the impression that this book is aimed at women with rape fetishes. it makes no sense at all when your listening and it ultimately makes half the book less interesting. skip this one as its crap...
I bought this audio during one of Audible’s sales and got a really good deal on it. Several other friends have heard this one and LOVED it and for some reason I STILL hadn’t started it. Well shame on ME!!
Feral Sins is a werewolf shifter novel. The books started out with a BANG. Taryn having been drugged an dragged to places unknown. Upon meeting each other the chemistry started between Taryn and Trey. Trey is one SEXY ALPHA!! Taryn is one smart mouthed bitch of an alpha female and they are a great match. It was nice to get back to a shifter/PNR book as I haven’t read nor listened to one in a long time. This one was very refreshing.
I don’t have many complaints except I thought the book was a little longer than it needed to be AND I thought some of Taryn’s humor was a little over the top. Coming from ME, the sarcastic person that I am, I thought some of her antics were just too much. I understood making Trey fight her for dominance in the bedroom but calling him all sorts of weird crazy names mid-act was just a little weird.
Most of the sexy scenes were SMOKING HOT and I loved Trey’s dominant alpha self in the bedroom. I also enjoyed his dirty talk! Yum!
I’m ready to dive into the next book NOW! :-)
Narrator: Jill did a great job. All her voices were very distinct. There’s a lot of characters in this book and I was able to tell the difference between everyone based on her voice. Her male voices were great as well as her voice for Greta the great grandmother. I look forward to hearing more from Jill in this series and others.
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