"Intriguing storylines and incredible characterization make this series totally fantastic."
Reviewed by Mandy Burns
Posted August 11, 2009
Romance Paranormal | Romance Erotica Sensual
Feral Warrior Paenther and his comrade, Foxx, follow a lead
into the mountains looking for their fellow warrior,
Vhyper, who they are sure is enthralled and controlled by a
dangerous enemy. While stopping at mini-mart for a pit
stop, Paenther notices the most enchanting female he has
ever seen. She quickly tempts him to follow her into the
woods. His past torture session with a treacherous mage
(witch) makes him leery of all women, so he keeps his
female relationships simple with no strings attached.
However, his quick response to this beauty inspires him to
take a leap of faith. Unfortunately, that leap proves to be
the one thing that could destroy him.
Skye's ability to call animals and the power it creates is
one of the main reasons why she's chosen for the rituals
that have been part of her life since she was eight. Her
choices have always been made for her, which leads her to
believe she's unable to make her own decisions. She is
asked to perform a mission that she is skeptical to
complete, yet she knows her task is one she will enjoy, if
not just a little bit for herself. She must seduce and
enthrall a Feral Warrior and lead him to the caves, so a
powerful mage can use their passion to create enough energy
to release a dangerous demon from his prison in the ritual
blade. Can she go against her nature and destroy the Black
PASSION UNTAMED is as hot and sexy as the title suggests.
The intrigue and characters in this series are absolutely
incredible. I am totally hoping to hear Jag's story next;
his character makes me laugh out loud.
Though the Mage witch Skye has a gentle heart, demonic
forces have enslaved her, forcing her to kidnap Paenther, a
powerful and dangerous Feral Warrior. Even chained and
naked, Paenther is a cunning prisoner who seduces her, body
and soul, turning captive into captor.
demands revenge against the enchantress who emerged from
the deep woods like a sensual vision and enthralled him,
even as she makes his body burn with passion. Despite his
fury over her treachery, Skyeâ€™s gentle beauty calls to his
soul, calming the wild chaos within him, and stealing his
But when evil threatens, Paenther and Skyeâ€™s only
chance at survival is to trust in one anotherâ€¦and the power
Paenther fought his way back to consciousness
like a man hacking a path through a fog–shrouded
jungle. Little by little, he parted the misty enchantment
that encased his brain, impressions flying at him through
his senses. Cold, rough stone dug into the bare flesh of
his back as he lay with his arms pulled taut above his
head. He flexed his muscles and tried to move, but harsh
metal bit into his wrists as the sound of chains clanked
against the rock.
Icy disbelief clawed through his mind. His pulse
began to race.
He was chained. Naked.
Finally, finally, his vision tore free of the
enchantment. His eyes snapped open and he stared around him
at the unlikely sight. He was alone.
In a cave.
High above him, dozens of dagger–like
stalactites dripped from the roof. Floating around them
were small flames encased in luminescent bubbles. A sight
he hadn't seen since Ancreta's dungeon. A sight that filled
him with cold dread.
He fought against his bonds in furious
desperation as he struggled to remember what had happened.
The beauty. Innocence and wisdom shining from
eyes the color of a summer sky. He'd buried himself inside
her and found a passion and release more intense, more
incredible, than any he'd ever known. Until, at that moment
of raging perfection, she'd revealed herself to be Mage and
he'd felt the net of enchantment snare his mind.
The memory stopped his breath, cramping his
guts. For the second time in his life, he'd been captured
by a Mage witch.
Fury charged through his body, a yell of denial
roaring through his head as he struggled to free himself.
This couldn't be happening. He had not fallen into another
Mage trap! He'd barely survived the first one.
Goddess, he had to get out of here.
He studied his cage with a strafing gaze. It
appeared to be a room, an uneven room roughly fifteen by
fifteen feet, with a steel door that had been left open.
Through the doorway, he glimpsed more stone, telling him he
was probably in one of the extensive caverns that riddled
the Blue Ridge. The air was damp and cool, but he barely
felt the chill through the rage boiling his blood.
The rock slab beneath him appeared to be high
off the ground, yet attached to the wall like some kind of
wide, natural shelf. The wall curved just enough to shield
him from the mineral–laden water dripping from the
stalactites into the puddles on the floor.
As he tipped his head back to look behind him,
he caught the odd sight of a shower head sticking out of
the rock. Plumbing? Was this actually the Mage stronghold,
then, and not simply a prison?
He turned to look the other direction behind
him, and froze. Hanging from wooden hangers, from a single
peg on the wall, were three softly colored dresses in a
shape–less, long–sleeved style he recognized
all too well. Hers.
Fury ripped through his mind as he remembered,
in painful clarity, lifting the hem of one of those soft,
worn dresses and sliding his hand beneath to encounter only
warm flesh and damp heat. A heat the witch had invited him
to drive himself into. He had, and it was an act he'd
regret for the rest of his life.
He wondered just how long that would be, now.
Ice congealed in his heart. His muscles corded
as he fought the chains with every ounce of strength he
possessed until his skin was damp with sweat and his wrists
slick with blood. Yet he accomplished nothing. He was
pinned fast, his arms trapped above his head, his legs
spread and tethered.
Ah, goddess. If only you'd stopped me. No fate
could be worse. He'd have sold his soul to have escaped
Heaven help him. His soul was probably the very
thing the witch wanted. To finish what Ancreta had started
all those years ago â€“ tearing him loose from his animal
once and for all.
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1 comment posted.
Re: Intriguing storylines and incredible characterization make this series totally fantastic.
I haven't started the series yet and here comes another one?
It sounds great!
(Diane Sadler 9:21am August 12, 2009)
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