Released: April 16 2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: The Phoenix Pack #2
Length: 12 hrs and 33 mins
“WICKED CRAVINGS has all the dominance and raw sex appeal you always want in a shifter romance.”
~ Under the Covers
We all love reading about alpha shifters, but there’s a strength in the betas that I love. Their job is to care for every member of the pack! And it doesn’t mean they’re not dominant in their own way.
When it comes to this series, I will probably go as far as saying that I enjoyed WICKED CRAVINGS more than FERAL SINS. It’s been a long time since I read the first book but since the books are available on Kindle Unlimited with audio I have an opportunity to read through them. This book gave us more pack less politics. Getting to know the pack dynamics is always my favorite part. And this book delivered on that. There’s obviously the struggle of the main couple getting together and also a larger issue for them to deal with. I can’t wait to see that explored more and how it relates to other packs.
But this book had something else that was interesting, and that is the heroine. I won’t get into it because it will be spoilery but I was glad to see something new and fresh. Plus she has a fun personality without being off-putting. The combo of spitfire heroine and controlled workaholic hero totally worked. I loved that they had an earlier connection as they are childhood friends. And her friendship with some of the other females in the pack was a lot of fun to read about. I’m looking forward to the next one of them getting mated.
WICKED CRAVINGS has all the dominance and raw sex appeal you always want in a shifter romance. It was intense but also playful and funny with a great sense of community.
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