Palmer did a wonderful job creating her own world for her characters. Kara grimaced, feeling sorry for the' young warrior and hoping his emotions had only been manipulated by the witch and not truly engaged. What to do, what to do. All the talk about killing the main character was just. Now the Esri, immortal magical slavers, want to kidnap, enslave, torture, rape.
The story was a very interesting opener to the Feral Warriors series. The is where I started. A being that gives the warriors back thier energy that allows them to fight The Mage and the draden who are thier enemies. It had a lot of potential but the execution was terrible. But meeting up with his guide and companion through the adventure, the beautiful Tarrys, turns out to be his true revelation. Or he was going to be hurting.
These Therians, being shifters, were warriors protecting humans from the Demons with a whirlwind plot of intrigue and unique fighting skills and customs. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. I don't even consider this a romance. The 9 Feral Warriors are 9 different shape shifters. But time is of the essence because an ancient enemy is resurfacing and the Therians- a race of animal shape-shifters- need Lyon is a member of a shapeshifting race living right under the humans' noses.
He is the leader for crying out loud 1. Every Scene after that has Kara being stabbed followed by sex with Lyon; or Kara having her throat cut twice than of to have sex with Lyon. But only when their lives are threatened by an ancient evil will Kara and Lyon realize they have found a love they would risk their immortal souls to claim. As Chief he has to protect Kara, she is in danger, Lyon knows this, he just does not know exactly where the danger is coming from. Palmer provided a brief explanation as to why that was the case.
And can we just talk about how he just manipulated her over and over again and not just her emotions? These are always my favorites amongst this genre. The author is a wonderful writer; her writing style flows seamlessly. But ofcourse, he cannot help himself. This review provided in my unbiased opinion for the goodreads giveaway I won. If you fell head over heels snort in love with a man, and it turned out your boyfriend shapeshifted into a lion - you would not be ok with it. Did I just say an erotic novel involving men named Lyon and Paenther was logical? Sworn to rid the world of evil, consumed by sorcery and seduction, their wild natures are primed for release. He tossed one each to Jag and Lyon, then pressed his fist to Tighe's shoulder.
She knows the world, what to eat, how to find the food, or rather ask the planet for it, and she safes his life a few times. I loved the uniqueness to the world that was created for these warriors. I didn't connect as fully to Tarrys or Charlie as I would have liked. Just writing this last sentence makes me laugh. I enjoyed the interaction between the characters and the story held my attention all the way through.
She's immortal, and the only one who can save his race. Everything was just steeped in sexual contact that overshadowed the story. The are perhaps what I am most known for, and the series hub for the Ferals contains lots of reader goodies: a , a of Feral Warrior terms, a … and for the devoted, , too! What really gets me about the book is that it all seems perfectly logical when you're reading it. I very much enjoyed reading it, which didn't take much time either because once you fall into the world of the Esri, you don't want to leave until you see what's around the next bend, or dark passageway in the Crystal Mines as was the case throughout most of the story. They have not always been enslaved. Doesn't think or question or even a teensy weensy niggling doubt or suspicion almost until half way through?? Lyon is a good man. Too she has falling in love with Lyon but he's appears through the ritual, not designated to be her mate.
However, I still find myself confused on what to think about the rape but not rape of the Marceil females. What to do, what to do. This is a book with lots of background information but not to the point Welcome to the world of the Feral Warriors, immortal shifters who defend the world against evil. Basically, Kara is just one big expendable pawn to the other characters. The sex scenes left a bit to be desired.
A blast of energy so strong it charged into Tighe and shot him to his feet, whole and alive. The narrator was okay but the audiobook was a chore to get through. Lately, I prefer a hero who wants love and goes for it! Why is there only one radiant and there are 9 warriors who need mates. When her initial career goal of captaining starships didn't pan out, she turned to engineering, satisfying her desire for adventure with books and daydreams until finally succumbing to the need to create worlds of her own. Pursued by beings who seek to kill Charlie and enslave Tarrys, the greatest danger of all becomes the love that grows between them. My take on this book: Well I was intrigued with the concept and this new world I found myself entering. One of the best heroines ever.
It is the story of Kara a pre school teacher who is currently taking care of her dying mother. These types of scenes going on and on through out the book. Oh and if she started to shift while you were going at it? I like what Palmer has created with this series. In book 2 twelve gates were opened. It will not be easy for him. This book made me want to cry at how bad this story is, and it made me want to throw my Kindle at something hard. It's over the top, melodramatic, aggravating, and falls in line with most of the stereotypes of this genre.