Monday, November 7, 2011

Pamela Palmer - Ecstasy Untamed

Shattered by recent nightmarish events, Hawke feels his bond with his animal spirit weakening -- and once it breaks, he's finished. The arrival of Faith sends his life spinning even further out of control, for although she delights him and enflames his deepest primal passions, she's promised to Maxim, the newest Feral Warrior.
Faith is drawn to Hawke from the start, but Maxim holds her in his thrall and has secretly bent her to his malevolent will. Though gravely damaged, Hawke is the only one who can end Faith's slavery and protect the Feral Warriors from Maxim's evil designs. But first they both must embrace the wild . . . and surrender body and soul to a forbidden, all-consuming ecstasy.

Comment: The most recent installment in the Feral Warriors series. In this book we have Hawke's story, after the problems both Tighe and him had in the previous book. After waking up again, Hawke finds out more feral Spirits have been released and there is actually one more on the way to the Feral House. With him, arrives Faith and although she is promised to another, Hawke feels very attracted and wishes he were the one she was going to belong to.
I think this book's major point is the story. Several things happen, continuing the ocurrences started in previous stories, which I think it's amazing. The reader can't help wishing some more Ferals could exist and in this book we have the proof they do and perhaps they would help the already known Ferals in the fight against the Mages. I'm very pleased to have seen some more warriors arriving anf becoming part of the good guys. Only for this alone would this book be worth it. However, the romance between Hawke and Faith frees not only Hawke and helps him unite with his animal, but it brings a huge novelty in the development of the story too.
I think the overall storyline is advancing at a good pace, things are shaping up and this is no longer a story where the romance has the only focus.
I'm very happy to have read this book and if the next one is as good - as I hope so considering the tidbits we have in this book about future love matches - then I'll be a devoted reader to the series, more than I already am.

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