When half–wolf shifter Frankie Newman receives an e-mail from a family member she didn’t know existed, a secret is revealed: as a child, Frankie witnessed her father killing her mother…and then himself. Frankie was torn from her pack by her mother’s human relatives, and the trauma was erased from her memory. Realizing that she’s been lied to her entire life, she’s never felt more alone. Until she catches the scent of an old friend—warmly familiar and intoxicating.
Trick Hardy, enforcer of the Phoenix Pack, can sense the rush of mutual attraction when he sees Frankie again. He knows immediately that she’s his true mate. But he also knows that, given her fragile state, he needs to tread with care—no matter how fierce his surging desires.
As aroused as Frankie is by Trick’s darkly dominant air and simmering desire, her priority right now is her past—not her future, no matter how tempting. But as more secrets emerge and Frankie’s life is threatened, Trick must do everything he can to keep her close and safe. After all, it’s their destiny.
Wow, what a ride - again. I love the books by Suzanne Wright. I've read all of her books in the Phoenix- and Mercury Pack series' up to now and I love them. Yes, her heroes are a bit rough around the edges and rather coarse but, hey, they are shifters, right. Wolves. And they behave like their feral counterparts only (slightly) less feral.
So, well, you shouldn't mind some (more) swearing and there might even be (a lot of) sexual intercourse so if that offends or disturbs you these books might not be right for you. If you are fine with that though, you are in for great characters and amazing stories. Even though each and every one of these books tells the story of another couple struggling to find their way from feeling the bond to mating, every book is as different as the personalities of our different heroes.
"Wild Hunger" is the story of Trick, one of the wolves of the Phoenix pack and his mate Frankie. Once started, I couldn't put this book down but read on and on till the end. It was gripping and thrilling and kept me guessing, nail-biting, swooning, grinning, gasping and well...just read it. It is totally worth it!