Sunday, February 23, 2014

Review: Wulfe Untamed by Pamela Palmer

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 Ferals, Natalie stole a piece of his heart before he took her memories and sent her safely back to her fiancé. But now the Mage are threatening her again, and Wulfe will risk anything to protect her.

Natalie Cash is stunned when she's saved by a wolf who shifts suddenly into a splendidly built, if badly scarred, man, a man with the kindest eyes. Swept into a world of intrigue and danger beyond her comprehension, she turns to the powerful Wulfe, finding a passion she'd only dreamed of. But when time runs out, they must trust one another and surrender to a wild, untamed love.

My Review:

Wulfe is a scarred Feral Warrior and thinks that because his mate is dead even though they weren't in love that he'll never find anyone else and because of the scars on his face no one would want him anyway.

Natalie has nightmares about things she can't remember and doesn't feel right, something is just off. It all makes sense when she is attacked and the wolf she's come to know turns into a man..a very large man that she can't take her eyes off of.

Wulfe has to take Natalie back to Feral House where she will be with the other Feral Warriors and their mates and they aren't sure they can trust her. Wulfe is as attracted to her as she is to him and she proves to be what he needs in more ways than one. He is exactly the type of hero that I love to read. The tortured, scarred, emotionally vulnerable alpha male. 

This is the 8th and final book in the Feral Warriors series. I'm very sad to see the series end, I've loved this series since the beginning. While this wasn't the best book in the series it did tie up some loose ends and finish the series in a nice way. 

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.