Rapture Untamed Audiobook by Pamela Palmer (Review)

Posted by on Sep 8, 2014 in Reviews | 24 comments

Review of: Rapture Untamed Audiobook
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Pamela Palmer

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On September 8, 2014
Last modified:November 11, 2015

Summary:

Rapture Untamed Audiobook Review

By: Pamela Palmer

Narrated by: Rob Shapiro

Published:  by Tantor Audio 07/23/2014

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Feral Warriors series #4

9hrs and 38 mins

Paranormal Romance - genre

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My Thoughts

Rapture Untamed isn’t nearly as dark as book three was, but it is not flowers and butterflies either. Jag is a badass warrior with an even worse attitude. He is always sarcastic and often crude. He taunts Tighe’s mate, Delaney, with what would be consider sexual harassment, if this was set in a normal office setting. He works hard to drive everyone away from him.

Olivia is another Therian that is part of a group of warriors, that while maybe not feral, are still elite. She is their leader of the group sent to assist the ferals in hunting the daemons that have been released. She is great at what she does. She also, isn’t what she seems. Olivia has a secret, one that will get her executed if anyone figures out what she is. She is a danger to everyone around her if she loses control or chooses to do the wrong thing. It is a secret she has lived with her entire life.

This book doesn’t have the big huge battles that the previous books have. That is not to say there are not battles, it just doesn’t have the “big” battle that you are building up to in the end. This book seemed to focus more about the issues that the hero and heroine have (and there are plenty) and the romance between them. The sex is hot and rough, as you would expect from a tortured hero and a heroine who isn’t afraid of him. This relationship starts off with lots of needling back and forth, but with Jag sees that Olivia can hold her own, he falls for her. Olivia makes Jag see things in himself that he has always covered up and really look at himself.

Rapture Untamed is my favorite book of the series so far, even though Jag is a jerk. He has the tortured hero thing going for him. It is still a very dark story for PNR, but not as bad as the previous book. It would be more like what you would expect from a UF book.

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I really enjoyed Shapiro in this book. Olivia has an on again, off again Scottish accent. He doesn’t have the best female Scottish accent that I’ve ever heard, but it isn’t bad. His ability to turn it on and off as her emotions take over is great. I think he had the timing just right for when she should have the accent and when she shouldn’t.

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Author Pamela Palmer

Pamela Palmer grew up in an Air Force household as her father was an Air Force pilot. She dreamed of being an astronaut as a child. She graduated Auburn University with a degree in Industrial Engineering and began working for a major computer manufacturer. She eventually turned to writing after having married and given birth to two children. She has also written under the name Pamela Montgomerie. As Montgomerie she writes historical time travel romance novels, while as using her real name, Palmer, she writes dark paranormal romance.

 

 

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Rob Shapiro NarratorRob Shapiro got his professional start as an entertainer doing stand-up in Minneapolis while still in high school (the Children’s Theatre Company & School of Minneapolis). As a voice-over artist, he can be heard narrating such audiobooks as the bestselling The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick, Frank: The Voice by James Kaplan, and the fantasy noir Low Town by Daniel Polansky.

 

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I like to thank Tantor Audio for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. Thanks for the great review. I like the things being said about this series. May have to give it a try 🙂

  2. Yay! Glad you’re keeping on with the series and you enjoyed this one.

  3. Look at you tearing up Palmer’s Feral Warriors series! This one seems more on par with what I’ve come to expect from my PNR, less action and more romance. I’m not surprised to learn that this author’s trademark dark writing style is still at the forefront, but at least there was extra steam to help balance the story out a bit.
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  4. Okay I need to get this series on audio, you’ve convinced me Melanie! Great review, I like that not every story is dark but has an edge…it keeps things interesting. 😉

    • It took me a little bit at first to really enjoy the series, but each book is better than the previous, IMO. I also think you have to be in the right mood for this, because it is not your typical PNR.
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  5. Glad you’re having such a great time with this series! I haven’t heard of it before but, I must say, your review piqued my interest… I’m not into audiobooks, but I most certainly will check the paperbacks for this series, which seems to be quite captivating. Thanks for reviewing, Melanie!
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