Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Title: Dark Instincts
Series: The Phoenix Pack #4
Author: Suzanne Wright

It happens whenever wolf shifter Roni Axton is near Marcus Fuller: a crackle of sexual awareness that’s intoxicating…and deeply annoying. Marcus is a pack enforcer who oozes power, but Roni is lethal in her own right—nothing like the flirty females who flock around him. Even still, his possessive gaze makes one thing clear. Marcus has singled her out for seduction, and he wants to make her sit up and beg.

No matter how aloof and unfazed Roni acts, Marcus can tell she wants him. When a brutal attack by a jackal pack forces them to work together, it’s the perfect opportunity for Marcus to chip away at her defenses—until he falls into his own trap, completely unprepared for the intensity of their connection. Roni is the only one who’s ever seen past his shifter charm and discovered the man hiding beneath it. And for Marcus, claiming Roni once will mean needing her forever.

Dark Instincts begins with Roni having to save one of the Alpha's children. Once that happens Marcus, who has been circling around her for a while now, decides that it is time to be more advanced in his quest to have her. He won't give up. And with everyone on edge because of an unknown threat of who and why, things aren't going so well. But Roni and Marcus end up teaming up to help search for the bad guys. And neither one of them are prepared for the amount of attraction that is really between them. And what else could be building as well. 

This book was really good. I thoroughly enjoyed Marcus and Roni together. They made a perfect couple, and I really liked that Roni wasn't a push over. She was fierce in a really good way! Totally loved her. 

The story was also really good. I loved the two packs coming together. And I enjoyed the over all plot of this. It makes me excited to read more in this series. 

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