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Book Review: Wulfe Untamed

By Sandy Amazeen Dec 29, 2013, 8:35 GMT

Book Review: Wulfe Untamed

They are called Feral Warriors-an elite band of immortals who can change shape at will. Sworn to rid the world of evil, consumed by sorcery and seduction, their wild natures are primed for release . . .The most enigmatic and tortured of the Feral Warriors, Wulfe is haunted by the quiet beauty of a human woman who no longer remembers him. Once a captive of both the Mage and the ...more

Pamela’s strong conclusion to the wildly popular Feral Warriors series centers around the emotionally and physically scarred Wulfe and Natalie Cash, the young woman he rescued and healed. Wulfe’s mate died and although there was no love lost between them, her death left him crippled in ways he still didn’t fully comprehend. Despite not being able to have a true relationship with Natalie, Wulfe couldn’t help but be drawn to her, attempt to ease the pain of losing her brother Xavier and the physical pain of a mark left by a daemon. What Wulfe could not know is that by healing Natalie’s wound he inadvertently created a key that would be exploited by the daemons he fought.

In the meantime, the final showdown between the Feral Warriors charged with protecting the world and the High Daemon Satanan and the Mage, Inir is fast approaching. This, when the Feral Warriors are facing a crisis that is rendering them unable to call on their animals, heal or fight beyond human capacity. If they cannot figure out what is happening to their Radiant and heal themselves, the world will become a radically different place. Fortunately, help comes from the distant past in the form of a true Daemon rather then the abominations the Ferals are familiar with. It soon becomes clear that Wulfe holds the key to defeating their lifelong enemies but only if he has the strength to do what no one else has ever done.

It is rare for the last book of a longstanding series to be one of the best but that is certainly the case here. Pamela has outdone herself with book eight which ties up several loose storylines, more or less finishes the battle the Ferals had been preparing for throughout the series and portrays Wulfe as the hero readers long suspected he would be. The romance between Natalie and Wulfe is very sweet, especially as it provides hope for a happy-ever-after for them both. To paraphrase an old line, “always leave them wanting more” and while there could well be spin-offs, this book does exactly that. Well done!

 



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Wulfe Untamed: A Feral Warriors Novel

They are called Feral Warriors-an elite band of immortals who can change shape at will. Sworn to rid the world of evil, consumed by sorcery and seduction, their wild natures ...more

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