4 Stars - Oh Trick, you sexy beast!
If you’re a fan of the Phoenix Pack Series then you’re going to love Wild Hunger. Trick and Frankie’s story is fast paced, steamy, entertaining and endearing. Frankie was taken away from the pack, after the death of her parents, when she was 3 years old. I loved how Trick knew as soon as he looked into Frankie’s eyes, when they met again as adults, that she was his mate. There was no questioning it or denials, he was all in from the get go. Frankie grew up with humans so it took her a little longer to understand the signs but she, like Trick, accepted it and appreciated it.
If you’ve read the previous books in the series, then you know that Trick is a wolf that has swung both ways, sexually speaking. That is brought up in the story and I can happily say that I didn’t have any doubt that Frankie was everything that Trick wanted and needed in a mate. He didn’t hesitate in addressing her fears and laying them to rest.
Trick is a great hero, one of my favorites in this series. He was so good to Frankie, always supporting her and reassuring her. He’s a dominate alpha and you see that but he doesn’t bulldoze over Frankie. He’s considerate, caring, possessive, protective and oh so sexy. I liked how open he was, he didn’t keep things from Frankie.
I really liked Frankie as well. She is strong, caring, witty and sarcastic. She has a thing against proverbs and I kind of agree with her there.
"That’s okay. I’m good at getting what I want. There’s more than one way to skin a cat.”
Frankie’s brows snapped together. “Why would you want to learn even one way to skin a cat?”
Frankie has been lied to most of her life and had no idea that her Grandparents lied about what happened with her parents and that she was once part of a pack. Her Grandparent blamed the pack for the death of Frankie’s mother. I understood Frankie’s struggle in wanting to make both sides of her family happy. She had so many things thrown at her in this book, I was thrilled to see Trick there for her every step of the way. They were a perfect match.
Wild Hunger is a great addition to The Phoenix Pack series. I highly recommend it.
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