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Primal Calling (Harlequin Blaze #602)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2013

    Really good book

    A very well written book. This spicy love story pulls you in and keeps you at the edge of your seat.
    The author of Primal Calling is my best friends mom. Her name is Juliet not Jillian. This annoys me to deeath. Harlequin owes Mrs. Burns an apology.
    Anyway, a great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2013


    The purplish gray she-cat sat waiting. She was looking for some tom with good grammar, not wanting kits, in a clan, and loyal. She waited excitedly and decided to hunt.

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  • Posted May 16, 2011

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    An Engaging Read

    Primal Calling was my first romantic tale I've ever read where the hero and heroine are in Alaska. Serena was a reporter struggling to make a bigger name for herself in the lower 48 states however, her unexplained attraction to a bush pilot she saw from a distance changed the course of her life forever.

    It was Serena's strong reporter instincts and her ability to find trouble at every turn that made the start of the story so intriguing I couldn't put the book down. I thoroughly enjoyed reading all about her mishaps that only Max could help her out of.

    His raw masculinity and power gave Max a desirable edge that Serena couldn't refuse. Although they were HOT in bed, Max kept denying that she what he needed all along. Through the guidance of his Alaskan grandmother, she helped him discover his hearts desires. Serena.

    I loved this book!

    I would recommend this book because,
    1. The heat was amazing and well timed throughout the engaging plot.
    2. Because of the captivating detail that the author, Jillian Burns, gave to the story.
    3. The pacing was fast. There were no slow points anywhere.
    4. It's not only a Harlequin Blaze but there are comical points that made the story unique and refreshing.
    5. The secondary characters as well as Max's dog add a wonderful flavor to the tale.
    6. The cover art is spectacular.
    7. Max's horrific past is gut wrenching and makes you ache with a need to help an imaginary person. That's how good of a storyteller Jillian Burns is.
    8. The setting and climate in which this book takes place is awesome

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