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Edge of Desire

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  • Posted September 7, 2009

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    Great read

    Great book. My favorite so far in this series. Previous reviewers stated that these books were boring...I disagree with that. Each and every one kept my interest. Research before you read...it will make your reading experience more enjoyable if you know what you are getting into.

    With Byrd you are getting a different spin on paranormal. The main focus in these books is erotic romance, but not an overabundance of sex. Byrd also adds humor, friendship, betrayal, violence, suspense and action...making her books fun to read.

    Can't wait to read what comes next. Would love to get Kellan's and Shrader's stories.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    an excellent urban fantasy second chance romantic suspense

    Sheriff Riley Buchanan left his home in Henning, Colorado to come the Pacific as he fears what he is becoming due to the Merrick blood flowing through him. In Purity, Washington, he knows his gut insists he needs a woman, any female; but his heart and head only wants Hope Summer whom he lost years ago. Ironically what he needs is on her land.----------------

    Watchman Kellen Scott has accompanied Riley to the Northwest to ostensibly keep an eye on the sheriff who is losing control. They believe the third marker is interred on Hope's property. Riley had wanted to come and go without intruding on Hope, but he has failed as she will know about his darkening nature and loathe him. However, Hope is also concealing her inner nature and hiding from her ruthless former spouse obsessed with destroying his ex wife and her kind. --------------

    The third Primal Instinct tale (see EDGE OF DANGER and EDGE OF HUNGER) ends the current trilogy with an excellent urban fantasy second chance romantic suspense. The story line is action-packed from the opening moment when Riley reaches Purity and never slows down while the overall theme takes a few wonderful spins. However, as in the previous two entries, the edgy characters make for a great finish and perhaps set up some more Primal Instinct Edge of novels.-------------

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2013

    The women are kind of pathetic

    From all the books I have read so far in this series, the women are pretty pathetic. The guys keep rejecting them but the women keep begging. It's kind of sad. Why would a female author make them look so pathetic? I am not sure if I will continue the series due to that fact alone.

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

    awesome

    loved the series

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