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  • Posted December 5, 2013

    Warrior Untamed is the 3rd book in Melissa Mayhue¿s Warrior seri

    Warrior Untamed is the 3rd book in Melissa Mayhue’s Warrior series. When we left off in Warrior Reborn, I suspected that our heroes would be Bridget and Hall, and I was right. Warrior Untamed picks up with Hall rescuing and bringing Brie back to Castle MacGahan. Brie and Hall have very strong feelings for each other. Hall though tries desperately to hold back his feelings, as he is a descendant of Thor, and knows he cannot take Bridget with him, when he returns. Brie is a one of a kind heroine, tough, confident, temperamental, independent and stubborn, not to mention a perfect female warrior. She truly is a perfect match for Hall. But despite her feelings for Hall, Brie senses his distance, even though she can see the desire in his eyes, and just takes it as meaning he isn’t interested in a woman like her.

    It is Brie’s stubbornness and intense desire to enact revenge against our villain, Torquil for killing her father. She will not let anyone stand in her way, which is difficult as both Hall and her brother, Jamesy want to protect her by forcing her to stay back in the Castle. Brie sneaks out more then once along the way, always a step of ahead of them, though Hall does catch up with her a few times.

    The villain, Torquil, is actually a beast that has taken over his body. Fenrir lives inside Torquil, and will stop at nothing to kill anyone who tries to lock him up again. Hall knows that Brie’s stubbornness will get her killed, or worse yet, the beast will overtake her body. She keeps escaping Hall, and each time he comes to her rescue, but Brie will not be stopped, as it is her right to kill Torquil. This is an exciting adventure, and Hall and Brie made a fabulous couple. The sexual chemistry between them is hot, and despite their misgivings, they are both very much in love with each other. Will Hall be able to find a way to have Brie as his mate? Will Hall be able to save a reckless Brie? Will both Torquil and Fenrir meet their deserved end?

    Melissa Mayhue once again creates a fabulous story, and brings everything to a conclusion. I loved the epilogue when we get to see all of the fabulous heroes of the three books, and see how they are doing in their lives. I am a huge of fan of Melissa, and am dying to know what is next (besides her contemporary romance Take a Chance)? Warrior spinoff? Daughters of the Glen? If you have not read this series, you need to start with Warrior Redemption and then continue on to Warrior Reborn and Warrior Untamed. Great series for the always fantastic Melissa Mayhue.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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