Thursday, June 25, 2015

Wild Instincts - Complete Edition by Claudia King [Review]

 Wild Instincts - Complete Edition by Claudia King
Wild Instincts - Complete Edition by Claudia King
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: May 11, 2015

Wild Instincts
1. Wild Instincts
2. Wild Passions
3. Wild Dangers
4. Wild Consequences
5. Wild Changes
6. Wild Trials
7. Wild Judgements
8. Wild Challengers
9. Wild Fates
Wild Instincts - Complete Edition - Kindle

Claudia King
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Every werewolf has an instinct. Lyssa's is to submit.
While the human part of Lyssa rebels against the iron fist of her domineering alpha, the wolf in her is unable to resist his every advance. Caught between the primal draw of her instincts and her desire for independence, she finds comfort in the company of Hawthorne, another wolf living on the outskirts of the pack hierarchy. But as Lyssa's attraction to Hawthorne grows, she begins to realise that his instinct may prove even more dangerous than her own.

The alpha is watching them, and Lyssa must learn to control her animal nature, or be consumed by it.
Thoughts on Wild Instincts - Complete Edition: Sometimes I'm in the mood for a dirty, sexy, sweet romance. This book hit the spot. It had sweaty sexin', tortured main characters, and some kickass fighting. Which pretty much means I was very happy reading it.

You know, because I like all those things.

The whole Lyssa/Cyan thing was dark and disturbing and I felt for Lyssa whenever Cyan used her instinct against her. Her desire to submit seemed more a curse than anything until Thorne's instinct was revealed. And, yeah, I get why he was so desperate to keep away from her, but seeing how easily he tamed her desire made me want them to push those boundaries and get down to the relationshipping.

Seriously, the relationship between the two worked for me. Hard. It was sexy and sweet all at the same time.

Very fun, well paced book from beginning to end. I liked the dynamic between Thorne and Lyssa. I like that Cyan and his pack weren't necessarily evil and were given the chance to make amends of a sort. Basically, I liked the entire book. *slow thumbs up*

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