Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Romance Book Review: Rapture Untamed
Series Connection: Book 4 in the Feral Warriors series
Genre: Paranormal/ Shifter/ Mage/ Demon
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Each of the Feral have long histories, living sometimes three to four centuries, and have been through a lot in that amount of time. Jag is not different.
While the mage threaten to bring back the feared Satanan, the Ferals do their best to stop them. They've called in reinforcements from the Therian British Guard. Leader of the guard, Olivia, has interested Jag since he first met her. He's desperate to have her for his own, but Olivia has a secret and if any of the Ferals or the guard find out it will mean her life. So while it is important to keep up with her goal to rid the world of Daemons and the possessed mage, she also must stay below the radar. That is going to be hard to do when she has a Feral on her tail.
I wasn't sure I was going to like the book on Jag. Frankly he wasn't a character I appreciated in the past, but Pamela Palmer has done an excellent job to bringing out the character and explaining why he acts the way he does and letting the heroine, Olivia, help to change him. By the end of the book I just wanted to continue reading, but unfortunately we're all going to have to wait until Febuarary when the next novel comes out.
The most combative - and tormented - of all the Ferals, Jag is a predator who hunts alone - until daemons terrorize the human population. To stop them, he partners with Olivia, a flame-haired Therian temptress as strong as she is beautiful. But Olivia is no ordinary immortal. The survivor of a vicious supernatural attack, she possesses a deadly and forbidden skill - one that must remain hidden, especially from the powerful Feral Warriors.
As Jag and Olivia's sensual dance of dominance and seduction gets wilder and hotter, a dark force sets its sights on Olivia, threatening to destroy everything she has vowed to protect. And the only one who can save her soul is the arrogant jaguar shifter she lusts for but dares not love.