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“Hunger Untamed, the 5th book in the Feral Warriors series, features one of the oldest of the Ferals, Kougar. Kougar has always been the one Feral that intrigued me because he was so secretive and haunted; I just knew there was a great story there. Pamela Palmer does not disappoint in revealing...”see full review » see other reviews »
“Pamela Palmer is amazing. I can't say it enough.. She pulls you into this world with shape shifters and and magic. She is truly a great story teller! ”Amy B wrote this review Friday, July 26, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This book definitely had a lot going on, there were more side stories compared to other books. It was nice to hear Kougar's and Ariana's story but I loved what was going on between Wulfe and Natalie. It makes me crave to hear Wulfe's story and see him get his HEA. I just can't get enough of these Feral Warriors and their Alpha Beast adventures in finding love.”Genea wrote this review Friday, May 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Love Ariana and Kougar. Next to Desire Untamed, this is my fave in the series. I enjoyed the binding love they shared that has last over a millenium.”Patrice J wrote this review Friday, December 23, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Another really good instalment in this dark, gritty and very sexy series. It was really nice to get to know Kougar a little more. Up until now he's been a bit of a mystery- the silent but deadly one. We did know he was the oldest of the group, but not by how much. The other Ferals guessed at around 1000 since Lyon is 700 and we know Kougar was around before him. Well, we get to find out and, whew! Seriously impressive!
As you'll recall from the last book, Tighe and Hawke have become trapped in a demon spirit trap. The same trap that chewed up and spat out The Seventeen all those centuries ago. From that experience they know they have no more than 11 days to find a way to get Hawke and Tighe out before their animal spirits are ripped from them and their (dead) bodies are released back to the world.
You may also recall that Kougar, at the end of the last book, had a visit from Mellisande- an Ilina mist warrior and his so-called "mate's" second in command- who reconnected his defunct mate bond and made him feel for the first time in a millennia.
The Ilina's are a breed of female immortals, thought to be extinct until 21 years ago. A revelation that has Kougar filled with unbelievable rage and bitterness over the incredible deception from the one who was meant to be his other half. There is a lot more to this story, but after a thousand years of feeling numb and grieving for the mate he believed murdered, will Kougar be in any mood to listen to the explanation?
His mate, Ariana, I actually really liked. I wasn't sure what I would make of these only partly corporeal women as mate potential, but it actually comes in very handy! They can be flesh as much of the time as they wish, but during a fight when someone makes a grab for them they can turn instantly to mist, making them an almost unbeatable foe. They can also travel across huge distances, and even into different realms, in the blink of an eye, and can take along one passenger. This would be a very handy alliance for the Feral warriors in upcoming books as they continue the war against the Mage and Daemons.
The overall plot was very well thought out. There were two distinct problems they had to solve if they were to have any chance of freeing the two Ferals and it was a race against the clock throughout. This created a nice amount of tension and I was furiously turning the pages towards the end. The romance that developed along the way felt quite authentic even after such a long separation and the sex scenes were schmokin' as usual.
I'm really looking forward to the next book, Ecstasy Untamed, which I'm reading next.
“Wow. Amazing story! ”Grace wrote this review Wednesday, November 9, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Feral Warriors Tighe and Hawke are caught in the spirit trap and cannot find a way out of there by their own. Fellow warrior Kougar might know who can free his two friends, but it is the last person on Earth he wants to see, his mate the woman who betrayed their love centuries ago. But he will go to Ariana and convince her to help him and his Feral Warriors.
Ariana, Queen of the Linas still has feelings for Kougar, but cannot share this with him; she has to le him believe she’s the cold heart woman who betrayed him. If not, she will endanger her entire race and send them to death. When Lyon, the chief of the Feral Warriors promises her to help with that danger in exchange for the freedom of his two warriors, she cannot refuse.
Hunger Untamed by Pamela Palmer is the fifth novel in the Feral Warriors Series and again a fabulous novel. This is one of the series where the books remain on the same level and hold the readers attention all the way through.
Kougar is one of the oldest Feral Warriors and used to be the chief of the warriors. But when his mate Ariana was lost to him, he put that position down and Lyon took over. Kougar moved on with his life and thought his mate was dead, but about twenty years ago he felt his mating bond come to live again. So when his fellow warriors got lost in that trap, he knew his mate was the right person to find them.
Ariana is the head of the Linas and had to break the mating bond in order to save her race from dying. But she never let Kougar out of her heart, so when he comes and ask for help she struggles with what to do….follow her hear and do the right thing and save those warriors or take her responsibilities and choose her race once again.
What I really love about this series is the brotherhood of the warriors and their mates. No matter what happens of what danger they are in, they won’t stop and do anything in their power to help out.
One by one the nine warriors are finding their destiny and the woman to share that with. Five warriors already found their mates, so only four more to go and I can tell you that I’m looking forward to that. There is a lot more to tell in this journey than we already saw.”
“Amazing characters and an Intense and captivating story - one of the best in the series so far. The world building continues with more precise details about the Feral Warriors. Really enjoyed Wulfe and Natalie's side story. I hope we will see more of them. ”Lauren B wrote this review Saturday, October 8, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I didn't like it.”Chantal R wrote this review Friday, September 23, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“First off, let's discuss the cover. When this series started, I actually hesitated to buy the books because the covers were kinda....well, tacky. Things have definitely changed for the better with the last 2 installments. I think this has got to be my favorite so far. Anyhooooo...
I think Ms. Palmer has now really hit her stride with these stories, also starting with the last book. Though the first were entertaining, I think we're now seeing a higher emotional level between our alpha males and their woman, and the stories flow much more smoothly. I thoroughly enjoyed this outing. I've liked Kougar since the beginning, and was looking forward to finding out about his broken mating bond. And what an emotional rollercoaster Kougar and Ariana's story ending up being! I'm really looking foward to the next book...and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will be Wulfe's!
“Kougar and Arianna. I wasn't really into this book at the start but then it picked up. I loved seeing the side story with Wulfe i wish his book was next, poor wulfe. Agreat book, i can't wait for the next one.”Aylah wrote this review Friday, May 13, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No