Friday, May 10, 2013

Review ~ Wicked Cravings (The Phoenix Pack #2) by Suzanne Wright

Despite having been besotted with Dante Garcea since she was a child, wolf shifter Jaime Farrow figures that it’s time to move past the crush. If he wanted her, he wouldn’t have ignored her flirtatious behavior, right? Hiding her intense attraction to him isn’t easy – especially now that they're part of the same pack again – but with bigger issues to worry about and with the submissive wolf act to maintain, Jaime is resolute on moving forward. Now if only the workaholic control-freak would let her…

As the pack Beta, Dante doesn't have the space or time in his life for a relationship. As such, he ignores his intense hunger for the willful – and sometimes crazy – Jaime. Yet when her flirtations abruptly end, Dante finds that he doesn’t like losing her attention. He finds something else too – Jaime's hiding something. Determined to uncover her secret, he sets out to break through her defenses, even though being around her intensifies his cravings for her. What he finds is a problem that Jaime is convinced not even a powerful Beta can solve.
The title, Wicked Cravings, immediately captured my attention. I was reluctant to read the book once I discovered it was the second book in the Phoenix Pack series, but Dante kept whispering to me. Then Yesterday I submitted to his demands - damn dominate wolf-shifter. However, once I started reading I understood that it was ok to proceed without first reading Feral Sins; the author did an amazing job of easing the reader into the story.

The author’s writing style allows for a pleasurable read given the extensive length of the story. The author created distinctive personalities for individual characters; whether main or secondary. She then complements each character’s distinctive personality with realistic dialogue; distinguishing the Phoenix Pack among its peers in an overcrowded genre.
Disclosure: This paperback book was provided to me free of charge through Amazon Vine for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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