Wulfe Untamed Audiobook by Pamela Palmer

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Review of: Wulfe Untamed Audiobook

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Wulfe Untamed Audiobook

By: Pamela Palmer

Narrated by: Rob Shapiro

Published by: Tantor  Audio 12/30/14

Wulfe Untamed Audiobook

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Feral Warriors Series #8

9 hrs and 58 mins

Genre: Parnaomal Romance

Wulfe Untamed Audiobook Sample

The most enigmatic and tortured of the Feral Warriors, Wulfe is haunted by the quiet beauty of a human woman who no longer remembers him. Once a captive of both the Mage and the Ferals, Natalie stole a piece of his heart before he took her memories and sent her safely back to her fiancé. But now the Mage are threatening her again, and Wulfe will risk anything to protect her.

Natalie Cash is stunned when she’s saved by a wolf who shifts suddenly into a splendidly built, if badly scarred, man – a man with the kindest eyes. Swept into a world of intrigue and danger beyond her comprehension, she turns to the powerful Wulfe, finding a passion she’d only dreamed of. But when time runs out, they must trust one another and surrender to a wild, untamed love.

©2014 Pamela Palmer (P)2014 Tantor

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Wulfe Untamed Review

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Melanie S.

Wulfe Untamed is the final book in the Feral Warriors series. It has been an interesting ride so far and the ending was exactly what I expected from the series. In this final story, we have Wulfe, probably the most damaged of all the feral warriors. Not only is his scarred physically, he was also left emotionally scarred when his mate and the former radiant died.

The heroine of Wulfe Untamed is Natalie, who we met in a previous book when her, her friends and her blind brother, Xavier, were attacked by demons. She lost three of her friends that day. One friend is still alive and her brother is missing and never returned back to the mortal world (he has to stay with the ferals because they couldn’t take his memories). Her and her surviving friend are missing a week of their life. She is not the same person from before this incident and her fiance has noticed.

The warriors are still fighting the mages and the daemons. The ferals are slowly becoming mortal and losing their ability to shift. Kara is in bad physical shape from bringing all the bad ferals into their animals. Things look really bad for the warriors. I don’t want to give away too much of the plot because I don’t want to give away any spoilers. Just know that this book is just as action packed as the rest of the series.

The story arc for this series wrapped up pretty well. From the way Pamela Palmer talked at a signing I was at early 2014, I don’t think this is the last we will see of the characters of the Feral Warriors series. She wouldn’t give details at that time, but I’m expecting to see them again. Plus, there are characters that are just begging to have their story told. It will be interesting to see how she handles them, spinoff maybe??

Wulfe Untamed Audiobook Narration

3.5 Hearts
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Once again, Rob Shapiro continues to do a great job with the narration of this series. I never once questioned which character was speaking. The men and women’s voices were both done well. He has made listening to this entire series very enjoyable.

Pamela Palmer

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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  1. wow book 8? I remember reading about this series on your blog but I haven’t read any of the author yet maybe I should. I’m always so anxious with last books so it’s nice to see that you had a great time with this one and that it was really well done! I’m quite curious. thanks for the review!

    • I really enjoyed this series. Even if I wasn’t a fan of the couple, and there were some that I liked better than others, the overall story arc of the series was great and kept the story going for me either way. I was happy that it wrapped up well.

  2. This is a series I need to read, and 8 books look easy to catch up on 😉 Thanks for sharing !

    • It was really quick for me to get through the whole series. It was out completely in print when I started the audios. I hope you enjoy.

    • I’m the same way. There are so many series that I want to try and just haven’t yet. I’m also really far behind on a lot of series too. Now, if I could just find more time to read. 🙂

  3. I freaking still need to read her! Dang not enough time in the day to squeeze in everyone that I want too. I think my problem is her books I have in physical form which is my last go to form these days *sigh*

    • I’m the same way. The book that I’m reading now is a physical book and I’m not liking that fact. The book is good, but I would rather it be an ebook. I got it from the library and they didn’t have ebook of it. 🙁

  4. Glad to see it wrapped up well! Wulfe’s character intrigued me in the one book I read in the series so far. Will have to continue with the series 🙂

    • I really enjoyed this series. It was dark, especially for a PNR, but I like that. I’m really excited about the next Vamp City novel coming out.

  5. I need to try out this series if you say this one is action packed!. Narrator sounds great!

    • This series is action packed, but darker than most PNR series, which i enjoyed. I hope you enjoy.

  6. I think read the first four of these maybe? I used to review for Romantic Times Magazine. They were good, so that’s great you enjoyed the final book.

    • I did enjoy the series completely. I hope you get a chance to finish the series.

  7. Oh, this series sounds interesting. Im getting into audiobooks and wolfy reads….may have to check this one out. Plus who doesnt love damaged characters? 😉

    Great review

    • I’m a big fan of damaged characters too.

  8. It is great to see that the action continued all the way throughout this series. Seems like a satisfying end too! Great review Melanie!

    • Thanks. I was happy with how the series ended. There were a few plot points that the author left open, but she has also hinted to possible novellas or something. I hope so.

  9. I have been wanting to get to this series! I have a lot of them in paperback, but find I don’t read my paperbacks as often. It sounds so good!

    • I’m not good about reading physical books either. I’ve gotten to prefer audiobooks or ebooks. I am reading a hardback right now, but only because the library didn’t have it in digital.

  10. Nothing beats a good series than a great finale! I hope you get your spin off wish. When something is this good, it should keep goin! Lol

    • There is a small plot point that I felt really needed resloved, so I hope that she does a novella or something. I haven’t heard anything yet, though.

  11. I’m definitely more inclined to read a series when I know it has a satisfying ending. I actually prefer reading them when there are at least several books available, so yay for this one. I hope to eventually get to it.

    • I like to know that the books are still good a few in and know that the series ends well is a plus. I have had a series where the first one is great and each one gets worse until I had to quit the series. I hope you get a chance to try this one.

  12. I sampled the first book in this series and added it to my wish list. I tend to listen to more UF than PNR but I’ve been following your reviews on this series and think I might just bite the bullet and get the first book on audio!

    • This series has more of a UF feel to it. The thing that makes this PNR is that there is a different couple in each book. There is a good overall story arc for the entire series. I hope you enjoy.

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