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When half-wolf shifter Frankie Newman receives an e-mail from a family member she didn’t know existed, a secret is revealed: as a child, Frankie witnessed her father killing her mother...and then himself. Frankie was torn from her pack by her mother’s human relatives, and the trauma was erased from her memory. Realizing that she’s been lied to her entire life, she’s never felt more alone. Until she catches the scent of an old friend - warmly familiar and intoxicating. 

Trick Hardy, enforcer of the Phoenix Pack, can sense the rush of mutual attraction when he sees Frankie again. He knows immediately that she’s his true mate. But he also knows that, given her fragile state, he needs to tread with care - no matter how fierce his surging desires. 

As aroused as Frankie is by Trick’s darkly dominant air and simmering desire, her priority right now is her past - not her future, no matter how tempting. But as more secrets emerge and Frankie’s life is threatened, Trick must do everything he can to keep her close and safe. After all, it’s their destiny.

©2018 Suzanne Wright (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Cyndi
  • Beautiful Michigan
  • 08-22-18

🌟🌟 5 Stars 🌟🌟

Another fun book in this series. While I didn't find this book as funny or sexy as some of the others, I just enjoyed this one a lot. This book has a lot of action/suspense and a great story line. I liked Frankie & Trick together and I loved that their relationship really had no drama. I won't lie though I would have liked it even more if it had been MMF.

The narration is great but I will admit, I'd like to see someone else do some of these audio because they all seem too alike when the narrator give every girl & every guy the same voice.

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One of the weaker books, in this series!

Well, I eagerly awaited the release of this book, as I do all of SW’s books. I’m sorry to say that this was my least favorite book in the Phoenix and Mercury Packs series. The plot was Blaise and pretty weak. There are great sex scenes and there are great interactions with many of the fun characters. ( you even get to experience Greta drunk rambling). In addition, the narration is as awesome as Jill Redfield always is. The letdown is the plot; It’s pretty unbelievable and boring. For example, the Heroine is an independent adult whose parents died under suspicious circumstances but, rather than doing any inquiring about their deaths, she just excepts what her grandparents tell her. They even lie to her about her father’s identity. ( wouldn’t the real father’s name be on her birth certificate?) There are other weaknesses but, I don’t want to completely spoil the book. I hope SW gets back on track with the next book in the series, because this has been one of my favorites.
-V from Kansas

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Disappointed in Suzanne Wright

First of all, I loved the other books. This book, however, was a little distasteful to me. The more I listened the more ridiculous the story line became. I am not sure how this received a good review. I do not buy anyone having same sex tendencies and then when they find their "mate" everything works out and everyone accepts it. When a guy cheats on his girlfriend or vice versa, that is not something that is easily accepted but this story wants you to believe that everyone is okay and it is completely normal. Nope. Just not for me. Too unbelievable!

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Enjoyed it but same old story

I give it 3 stars only because I love this world. With that being said EVERYTHING is predictable in this story. Sadly to say this will be my last book from the author..

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My last book by this author ... same story different charaters

I am not sure I will read or listen to any other books by this author... I am not seeing all of her stories are so similar with no real charater development or change. I am sure it is hard to have a change in story with same theme but this is typical and slightly boring.

The other then bothering me is this authors subtle attempt to show us her political and social views. I am not a prude but why all the homosexual references? Wright has two same sex male couples in her world and now has references to pansexual on the male side for the main charater. I don’t understand why it seems random and inserted in stories for the sake of telling us her views. The strange thing is this author only has homosexual males reference but doesn’t write about any other diversity. No Latin, Asain, or Black charaters. No charaters with disabilities, older or with mental hang ups. No culturally mixed couples, no black women or men... no Asian women with Latin males ... nor older men or women finding mates later at 40 as main charaters .... just NO diversity.

Not sure why the homosexual male reference seems to be her sole focus . It is as though she is creating a awareness of love is love but it seems only if it is two white males or white 20 something females/males. Just my obersvation with this entire series.

Little change up is needed from both a storyline and charater perspective.

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So-so. Not my favorite

I love all of Suzanne Wright’s stories, bug this one wasn’t my favorite. It had a decent storyline but it just felt more “bland” to me than I usually feel with her books. Still worth a listen, but I liked her others more so far

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SPOILER ALERT - wish I could get my money back

Where in the description

does it say the hero likes more than just females? If readers want to purchase a book about a bisexual they will and editors and writers need to understand that not every reader is a millennial who assumes that the hero and heroine could be bisexual, pansexual, transsexual, etc.

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Wild Hunger

I enjoyed the first books in this series,but this one stinks! Way to much cussing and swearing . Cock and fuck almost every other word,yuck!!! What story there was good ,but all the cussing spoiled it.




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Predictably good

while predictable, the story is entertaining and engaging. looking forward to the next books release

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trick and treat

We finally uncover the mystery that is Trick; and it is not a disappointment at all.

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  • N. Mahoney
  • 06-11-18

An amazing sexy, supernatural suspense.

Ok, full disclosure, I am a huge fan of Suzanne Wrights the Phoenix Pack series and it’s companion series The Mercury Pack. I had an idea of what to expect and those expectations were incredibly high!
Finally it’s time for Tricks story, and what a story it is. As with this whole series (which can be read individually but works best and it at it’s most enjoyable when read in the correct order.

Phoenix pack member Lydia has made contact with her niece Frankie ,who was raised by her human mothers parents after the death of both her parents. The only witness was a very small Frankie in the murder/ suicide of her parents and she has no memory of the horrific incident. When Frankie replies to Lydia’s message it is obvious that she has absolutely no clue about her paternal biological family (In fact her grandparents had lied to her since her parents died.) Lydia’s mother is dying after the recent loss of her mate and it is her wish to see her granddaughter one more time.

Frankie agrees to meet Lydia (accompanied by some of the Phoenix pack) to discuss the situation. As soon as Trick sees Frankie her is completely certain that he is face to face with his true mate!
While this story is growing there is also a problem from another pack, (who have been put together with a selection of violent loners and defeated packs who are threatened with death if they don’t comply) they want war with the humans and attempt to convince Trey that it is in his best interests to join their cause. Trey is not interested in war. Despite being known as a complete psycho, Trey’s aim in life is to support his loved ones, (Mate, cubs and pack) and protect their home from intrusion.
I don’t want to give more details because it would be easy to accidentally give a spoiler however I will say that this is worth every single star that I have awarded it.

I have seen prior criticism (on other books in the series) that all of the books follow a formula, and to some extent I agree that is true. However the similarities are about the very nature of shifter’s and their natural lifestyles. There is always a strong other story-line accompanying those similarities.

Jill Redfield has narrated all of the Phoenix and Mercury pack series. That is a lot of voices to master and a huge consistency challenge. Jill Redfield get’s it spot on every single time and the amount of actual acting that she brings to this story takes it to another level. Passion, intensity, fear, determination, every single emotion is there and maintained throughout.

These two really are an outstanding team.

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  • NellKhan
  • 06-13-18

Another great listen

Like most people im often too busy to just sit and read books. Being able to flip between books and audio makes all the difference to me. I love all of suzanne wrights books and having high quality, great narators bring these books to life makes it extra enjoyable. In Wild Hunger we are back with the phoenix pack of wolves and this time its Tricks story. I loved that in this story Trick and Frankie knew pretty much they were mates from the get go. It meant their relationship developed easily and as such it allowed us to focus on an decades old tragedy that involved Frankie and the unresolved questions around it. This book had a slight spooky(for me) shift to it. Some really creepy scenes occur in the story that are all the more scarier for being narrated! Gives me chills just writing about it! Another amazing addition to my audiobook collection. Cannot reccommend highly enough.

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  • Mrs. C. Hunt
  • 06-01-18

Wild Hunger

Another really exciting book, great twists and turns. Read with great feeling by Jill Redfield.

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  • Book addict
  • 05-31-18

Good book - but getting a bit formulaic

Enjoyed this, but the series is getting a bit repetitive and formulaic so I feel like I’ve listened to the book before (even down to one of the characters having some quirky personality trait that becomes a side joke)

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  • sammie
  • 05-30-18

love it😊

great book. I love that it mixes past characters into the book. Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-12-18

Amazing

I loved the whole series of The Phoenix Pack.
The narrator Jill Redfield was amazing.

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  • IMEE B
  • 06-10-18

***Wild Hunger***

Suzanna Wright's books are intense, raw, powerful emotion filled edge of your seat actions and twist that will blow your mind. Jill Redfield you are an amazing narrator, your voice is just brilliant.