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Touch of Temptation (Primal Instinct Series #6)

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  • Posted November 9, 2010

    Hot Read

    The war continues to rage, but Kellan Scott is following his own destiny. He has gone to the Wasteland, trying to get himself captured in order to rescue Chloe Harcourt, before she is sacrificed to Calder, a Casus leader in Meridian. Since the moment he laid eyes on her photo, he has felt the need to be with her, to save her. Once he is at the compound where she is being held, the most difficult part of Kellan's plan is to get Chloe to believe he is there to help. As for Chloe, she believes that Kellan only wants her because of an ancient family curse that intensifies attraction tenfold. Can Kellan get them all out alive in time? Will he be able to convince Chloe he wants her for her own merits, not some curse? Or will his secret separate them before they ever have a chance?

    The world that Rhyannon Byrd has created for this series is wonderful: complex and deeply detailed, with layer upon layer of intrigue and danger around every turn. The characters are strong and determined, with a gritty reality to them. These are people who do what needs to be done, without regard to the niceties of society. I started late in this series, but will be taking the time to go back for the rest.

    Kellan Scott is the ultimate bad boy. He has messed up so many times he can't blame people for thinking he is a screw-up. But this is a man who wants, no needs, to redeem himself and start a new life. I loved Kellan and his strength of character in this book. He is determined, and strong and sexy along with it. But he is running out of time, literally, after being poisoned by a vampire. I was on the edge of my seat, waiting to see if he would succeed at it all.

    Chloe Harcourt is a witch, but also so much more. She has a confidence problem, because she feels no one will love her for herself because of her curse. She wants Kellan, but believes he is caught up in the Mallory curse, not really interested in her. She is also a Merrick, and her powers are beginning to awaken. I loved watching Chloe grow from a defeated and depressed woman, to a strong and determined fighter.

    This is a book filled with passion, action, danger and intrigue. There are several wonderful surprises in store for the reader, and I was on the edge of my seat for most of this one. And the interaction between Chloe and Kellan was electric and very passionate. This is an excellent addition to this series, and I can't wait for the next one.

    Originally posted at the Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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  • Posted March 20, 2013

    This is yet again an amazing book in the series. You can't help

    This is yet again an amazing book in the series. You can't help enjoying the story between Kellan and Chloe. Kellen has always been one of my favorites. You can't help being addicted to a bad boy.

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

    Excellent

    They meep getting better.

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  • Posted December 7, 2010

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    Hot hot hot !!!

    Loving this series. I highly reccomend reading all of Rhyannon Byrds primal instinct books they are soooo good. Great world,great charachters,great story lines. Lots of passion and love. You will love her writing style she does it all makes you laugh& cry. Great story

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  • Posted October 6, 2010

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    The latest Primal Instinct romantic urban fantasy is a wonderful entry

    Kellan Scott is the youngest member of his werewolf pack. He is an emotional wreck who conceals his heart from everyone even himself to avoid being hurt. He is very attracted to witch Chloe Harcourt, but works diligently to deny his feelings.

    However, even with his efforts to deny his desire, Kellan begins to believe Chloe is his one. As he fears what that means, Chloe assumes her sexual need for Kellan is symptomatic of her Merrick sexual hunger heritage and the Mallory curse, which embellishes the emotions of people who come into contact with her. Both sing I'm not in love yet each wonders why this feels different.

    The latest Primal Instinct romantic urban fantasy (see Touch of Seduction and Touch of Surrender) is a wonderful entry mostly due to Kellan's denial as his refrain is I'm Not in Love (10 CC). The story line is at its best when it remains in the present conflict; when the tale focuses on the past, it loses some of its speed. Still readers will enjoy visiting the Byrd universe as the author's deft touch makes the werewolf society seem genuine.

    Harriet Klausner

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