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Monday, October 26, 2009

Review - Obsession Untamed by Pamela Palmer

Title: Obsession Untamed

Author: Pamela Palmer

Publisher: Harper Collins

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Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Mickey

Every time she closes her eyes, Delaney Randall suffers another nightmare. A brutal serial killer has found his way inside the tough, take-no-prisoners FBI agent’s head. Now she lives the murders through his eyes, from his deadly approach, to his victims’ screams. Until the night he breaks into her apartment and she fears she’s going to be the next to die. But the man who snatches Delaney from her home isn’t the murderer. He’s Tighe, a dangerous Feral Warrior who needs her and her visions to stop the rampages of a creature as inhuman as he is evil. Tighe has little use for humans, but as he and Delaney join forces to track the dark fiend, he falls for the intense beauty and becomes wild with an obsession as untamed as his heart.

For anyone who read the first book in this series, rejoice: Tighe finally has his own book, and what a book Obsession Untamed is. We saw an all too brief glimpse of this character in Desire Untamed, and even then his persona was almost sinfully charismatic. As the hero in his own book Tighe is even more magnetic, drawing the reader in from the initial page. Obsession Untamed can stand alone without reading Desire first as the author uses Tighe to explain the history behind his fellow Feral Warriors to Delaney and the reader at the same time; it just helps to read the first book to flesh out the “stories” of those characters.

What we find in Obsession Untamed are two very strong-willed individuals struggling to do the right thing, yet so attracted to each other they cannot remain apart. Ms. Palmer is a wonderful storyteller, managing to continue her saga in a second book without repeating it. She has a masterful grasp of plot, dialogue and characterization, and manages to intertwine a sense of both fantasy and folklore into the threads of the storyline within this installment as well. There is certainly an abundance of action in this book, yet the romance, so poignant and stirring, is dominant. We are left wondering until the very end, if good will ultimately triumph over evil and if Tighe and Delaney will have a future. What fun it was uncovering the answer!

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