Half-shifter Shaya Critchley may hold a submissive role in her wolf pack, but the petite redhead refuses to let an Alpha male interfere in her life. Furious and humiliated after her mate refused to claim her, she runs off to hide among the humans. Why wait around for an Alpha male to love her when he’d obviously prefer to ignore her?
Nick Axton can barely control his urges for Shaya, but the Alpha can never claim her — not if he truly cares for her. His degenerative brain condition will eventually destroy him, and he’s afraid of turning his mate into his caretaker. Yet when Shaya runs away, Nick can’t let her go. He pursues her, vowing to finally claim his rightful mate. And despite Shaya’s spirited and passionate resistance, Nick’s fiery determination just might be the ultimate aphrodisiac.
©2014 Suzanne Wright (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
I really liked this one... Although...book 1 was hands down the best of the series so far...
This was way way better than book 2... I felt so sorry for Nick... and I am so glad Shyia didn't take a whole book to get over the fact that Nick didn't claim her... I am glad she left him, he totally deserved it, but she didn't take 3yrs to get over it... She eventually understood why Nick did what he did... It was a great addition to the Phoenix Pack Series...
I so want Dominic to have a book... I hope his true mate is Nick's sister..
Narration was great... I always enjoy listening to Jill Redfield...
Good Credit or Sale..
I have 3 kids that occupy all the TV's in the house...enough said...addicted to audiobook ....shhhh don't tell my husband ;-)
I liked this book the least out of the series, it's like paging Dr.Phil lets get all of our feeling out in the open. The book is about 90% the couple's incompatible issues and the last 10% and the end of the book is actually some action and danger. Even when Shaya was in immediate danger she goes off into like a 5 page internal monologue about her own trust issues, it really wasn't a good time to go off in a self-reflection moment. I was just kinda bummed and disappointed, I hope the next one is a lot better then this one.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
I loved the first two books in this series and I really liked this one but not quite as well as the first two. I was irritated with both Nick and Shaya because of their lack of communication and they were driving me insane with their stupidity. Of course there has to be some complication to make a book. But other than that the book was great, and I can't wait to see who will be in the next book. Phoenix Pack series will be an instant download for me and now the long wait for the next book commences. This series should be read in order so start with Feral Sins.
If you enjoyed the first two audio books in this series you will like this book as well. Of course book 1 is my favorite, but I think I like this one more than book 2.
(Unlike other reviewers I won't spoil the plot with a long winded review.)
There were times that Nick's voice reminded my of Trey, but when they were in the same scene you could definitely tell the difference. Props to the narrator on her many voices!
I did laugh and found myself smiling a lot as I listened to the story.
Is it weird that I finished the book today and want to listen to the story all over again?
I walk 7 miles a day and listen to about 3 audiobooks a week.
The story line makes it.
The banter is wonderful.
I love Jill Redfield.
The Phoenix Pack
This whole series is great and Jill Redfield is wonderful. Do yourself a favor get all of them, you wont be sorry.
I find it difficult to truly express how I feel about this book. It was not bad but it was not a page-turner for me either. A very very soft mixture of BDSM and vanilla sex combined with two very possessive characters was the beginning of a good story that quickly turned flat. Issues were solved and dealt with too easily and as much as I had hoped this book was going to keep me on the edge of my seat, it didn’t.
As with the first two it was a good hot listen!!! However, the story itself felt separated from the series giving the feel that the author is starting a spin off for the series. As always J. R. did a great job on her narration...
It has to be. Jill Redfield is amazing.
I really like these books. The story line is always interesting with a nice twist at the end. I also look forward to the next book and how the focus of the characters changes pace as new love forms between shapeshifters. I would gladly listen to these books again before the next book comes out.
No, I want to read the rest
I just love the Phoenix pack series. It's done so well.
I love love love this series, I also like the reader as well. I waited a year for this and pretty much couldn't put it down til it was finished. If you start this just beware nothing else will get done lol
"Another Good One from the Phoenix Pack"
The slowly developing relationship between Shaya and her mate. Lots of story lines and possibilities.
When she takes charge in the mobile home
This is another book using Characters from the Phoenix Pack - strong story line and characters and explicit sex - I good read that ends correctly. I will definitely read read all three books again.
Yes but I prefer audiobooks.
The happy ending
I can tell who is speaking without the book having to state she portrays the characters so well
A little of both the lead character has a great sense of humour
I loved the whole series so far can't wait for the next book I hope it will be on audio
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