"Another intriguing addition to this incredible paranormal series."
Reviewed by Mandy Burns
Posted July 13, 2009
All of the Feral Warriors were able to free their souls
from their clones after the battle with the crazy witch
Zaphene, except Tighe. His clone escaped their wrath and is
now loose on the human population, creating havoc by
becoming a serial killer; a killer who looks just like
Tighe. If Tighe doesn't find the other half of his soul, he
will die and leave the fighting to all of his fellow
warriors. To Tighe's dismay, he is seeing visions of the
murders, which helps him narrow his search. However, up
until the last murders, the visions were coming from
another's eyes. Now Tighe needs to locate the woman holding
his visions, or he will lose his soul forever.
As an FBI agent, Delaney Randall is involved in dangerous
and exciting situations. She is tracking a killer who
leaves no evidence behind but leaves dead bodies
everywhere. Delaney finally gets a break by finding the
killer near his last destruction. Unfortunately, she comes
face to face with him. He doesn't kill her, but instead
bestows a special, horrifying gift; the gift of seeing his
murders through his eyes. The episodes are painful, and
though they are extremely confusing, they give her clues to
where this killer might be. Delaney will never forget the
man's face, so when he shows up claiming he really isn't
the killer, she's not sure what to believe.
OBSESSION UNTAMED is the second book in this exciting new
Feral Warrior series. This installment has intriguingly
passionate characters and the continuing storyline has
enough intrigue and action to keep me from putting the book
down. An awesome series!
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 agentâ€™s head. Now
she lives the murders through his eyes, from his deadly
approach, to his victimsâ€™ screams. Until the night he
breaks into her apartment and she fears sheâ€™s going to be
the next to die. But the man who snatches Delaney from her
home isnâ€™t the murderer. Heâ€™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.
"I'm not getting married without underwear. Or without
my gun. Not with wild animals on the loose."
Tighe took a step toward her, his mouth compressing
dangerously. "You'll do whatever I tell you to do."
Delaney threw the gown on the floor. "Go to hell."
He lunged for her, grabbed her arm, and hauled her
roughly against him. "I don't like this any better than you
do, but it's either bind yourself to me or die. I gave you
the choice already. You chose this. You chose me."
"I was delirious."
His jaw went hard as he released her with one hand and
flicked open a switchblade three inches from her face.
"It's not too late to change your mind." The tightness
of his mouth spoke of barely leashed violence, but in the
agitated flutter of those angel wings in her head she
sensed an unhappiness as raw as her own. He was being
forced to tie himself to a woman he didn't love.
No, not forced.
He could have let her die.
Her fury ebbed as her heart began to ache for him almost
as much as herself. "Would you really kill me?" she asked
quietly. She already knew the answer.
The anger drained out of him as he retracted the blade
and shoved it back in his pocket.
"No." He released her along with a sigh that echoed with
pain. "But if you won't go through with this, I'll have no
choice but to step aside while someone else does. The
survival of our race is too important." He shook his
head. "Not just to us. If we die, there will be no one left
to keep the Daemons from returning. Imagine thousands of
creatures terrorizing the human population. Creatures worse
than my twin. A dozen times worse."
She shuddered and stared at him, her mind struggling to
accept round after round of evidence that the world was so
much more complex than she'd thought. "So I really don't
have a choice?"
His mouth turned rueful. "You really don't."
"But you do. A human death can't mean that much to you.
Why bind yourself to me when you could have let me die?
When you don't want me?"
His mouth turned up in a wry half smile. "Who says I
don't want you?"
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1 comment posted.
Re: Another intriguing addition to this incredible paranormal series.
So this is the second book in this series, the first looked very interesting and so does this one
(Diane Sadler 6:18pm July 16, 2009)
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