Feral Sins

Feral Sins

by Suzanne Wright


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When female wolf shifter Taryn Warner first encounters Trey Coleman, an alpha male wolf shifter with a dangerous reputation, she’s determined to resist his charms. After all, Trey—who was only fourteen when he defeated his own father in a duel, winning the right to be alpha of his pack—can’t have anything to offer the talented healer besides trouble, or so she thinks. Taryn finds herself drawn in by Trey’s forceful demeanor and arctic-blue eyes, and she eventually agrees to enter an uneasy alliance with him. If the two succeed in convincing their respective packs that they’ve chosen each other as mates, Trey will win valuable political allies, while Taryn will escape an odious arranged mating.

But there are a lot of potential pitfalls to this plan—including the very real possibility that the wolf shifters, overwhelmed by their growing attraction to each other, will be unable to maintain the clear heads needed to pull off the deception.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781611097184
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 02/19/2013
Series: Phoenix Pack Series , #1
Edition description: Unabridged
Pages: 415
Sales rank: 164,758
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Author Suzanne Wright, a native of England, can’t remember a time when she wasn’t creating characters and telling their tales. Even as a child, she loved writing poems, plays, and stories; as an adult, Wright has published two romance novels, Here Be Sexist Vampires and From Rags. An avid reader of fantasy books, she particularly enjoys the works of Christine Feehan, Nalini Singh, and Stephen King. Wright, who lives in Liverpool with her husband and two children, freely admits that she hates housecleaning and can’t cook but that she tells great jokes and always shares chocolate. Feral Sins is the first book in Wright’s Phoenix Pack series.

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Feral Sins 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All I can say if you like Paranormal Werewolf books you will love this book.  I have read it twice, I Loved Tara in this book she take no crap,and she is funny as....you know what I mean. Im waiting on book 2 cant wait.
Hazel_G More than 1 year ago
4.5 Fantastic Feral Stars! Witty, Exciting and Undoubtedly Sexy! I loved this read! The Review: I’m a first time reader for this author and what an amazing read it was! First, I loved the writing. The author gave this book such passion and excitement and it showed in every paragraph. From the witty, exuberant dialogue to the sexy-steamy chemistry between the mains, to the exciting plot and the interesting side characters, everything melded together into a seamless story that I just couldn’t put down. Story/Characters... Taryn Warner isn’t happy about her arranged mating with someone she doesn’t love and who also has a reputation for being less than gentlemanly to his partners. So when Trey Coleman, a loose cannon himself, offers her a temporary mating in exchange for her father's connections to help in a war that's being waged on him, she takes the lesser of two evils and agrees to his terms. Things aren’t civil between Taryn and Trey right from the start. They both have massive attitude and egos but the attraction is instant. I absolutely loved the push-pull between them, the instant lust and the slow build to trust and love. Trey has major trust issues and for good reason. His past is complicated and the people he should have been able to trust, turned on him. Taryn has abandonment issues, also with good reason. Her mother and the boy she thought of as her best friend and true mate, died when she was a child, leaving her with a father who, literally, threw her to the wolves because she was latent. Watching these two get past their issues and find themselves and then each other was beautiful. Trey was intense and sexy as sin! I loved his character. We get dual POV’s in this story so we also get inside his head a little and what the author lays out had me loving every aspect of him. And holy hotness at his possessiveness! Sheww, that man and his wolf were a powerhouse of dominance and protectiveness. I absolutely loved his aggression and how he totally flipped out when his mate was threatened. He was the definition of sexy alpha-male. Yum! Taryn was sharp, funny, loyal and fierce. I enjoyed her character so much and she has quickly became one of my favorite heroines in this genre. She was a little bit broken but she was also held together with an iron clad will and strength that I admire in my heroines. She wasn’t just page-candy either. She was a healer and an alpha and she didn’t take any crap from anyone. Her character had depth and passion. And snark! I have to mention the hilarious laugh out loud dialogue from this woman. There were so many times her one liners had me busting out in a fully belly laugh, especially when she went head to head with Trey’s grandmother. Those two were delightful! I also loved the pack. This author did an excellent job drawing you into the characters pack life, their history, their stories and their individual personalities. Each one felt unique and I could easily see a separate story coming from each of them. The Wrap Up: This was an amazing read that filled all my paranormal-shifter wants. I love a great shifter romance and this hit just the right spot. I’ll be moving on to book two very soon!
ValerieStuckInBooks More than 1 year ago
This is one of those books where I liked some things and didn't like others. So here goes... Things I liked... The beginning. The books starts off really strong. I didn't want to stop listening at first and I was totally captivated. Taryn's voice at first. I loved her alpha and sarcastic nature. She doesn't take anything off anyone. She's strong and funny. I loved that she was this strong yet latent. She was harassed about it a great deal but it didn't slow her down one bit. I really enjoyed her. That being said, there were issues. See things I didn't like. Trey. Loved him pretty much the whole time. He's alpha strong too which makes things interesting between these two. But he also has a caring side that made me fall for him big time. He's possessive and protective which I found adorable. The shifter world. I loved that Trey built his pack up after being banned from his father's pack. I love the group of wolves he has...well except for one mistake that shall not be named. Her I didn't like. (She was a mistake from years ago and hasn't gotten over it.) Even the grandma, who didn't like Taryn, was just hilarious. Fake relationships. I adore pretending stories. This one is about a pretend mating and it was perfect. Of course these two will develop feeling for each other while pretending to be mates. But it was a lot more than that. The story didn't end when...well when they decided they weren't pretending anymore. I loved that things kept happening and details of the story revolved around other things. It was a complete story and not just a romance. Shifter book. So in the mood for paranormal right now and I adored that part of the book. A little different than some I've read, these shifter are two creatures joined and they seem much more separate than combined. That was interesting. The caves they lived it. I want those caves! The narrator. She was great. I loved her voices and left she captured the feel of the book well. Things I didn't like... How Taryn treated Trey. Even when they were trying to be mates, Taryn was just plain mean to Trey. I got tired of it and wanted more caring from her. She wouldn't risk being made to look weak even long enough to care. The closest she got to caring was forcing Trey to do things he didn't want to in the name of teaching him to have fun. I wanted more caring from her for the guy she was falling for. So there are some things that keep happening that makes a reader think there is an enemy among them. But no effort is made to really figure out who it is and why they are doing the things they are doing. I guess it just doesn't work for me with this being a shifter book. I expected them to hunt down the perpetrator. They didn't. Often, the next moment would be days later and nothing comes of it. Of course, we find out in the end but it just didn't sit well with me that they just let it go. Long. Dang this book is long. The second half of the book took a lot longer to read than the first. The rough sex just wasn't for me. While I get the dominance battle between these two, I just found that screaming at and fighting with each other during sex was uncomfortable for me. I got about half way through the book and realized I wasn't enjoying the heat any longer. I think this is why. I actually don't like books that have repeated and long, detail sex scenes. I enjoy the hot stuff just not as much as this book has in it. This books
loverofromance More than 1 year ago
Summary  Taryn, is a latent wolf shifter, and all of her life, she has been judged and considered weaker despite the fact that she is a dominant female. She is fierce and feisty and doesn’t back down from a fight. She is enraged when she wakes up after being drugged, and the crazy Alpha of the Phoenix pack, doesn’t stir at her anger, only smirks. He needs her help, help that could help her get out of an arranged marriage that she doesn’t want. Trey Coleman, needs a mate for three months, to help get some alliances, to prevent his pack from being killed or merged into a pack that betrayed Trey and those that followed him. Taryn knows that mating temporarily could bring heartbreak to her wolf, but she needs a way to escape from her fathers plans for her, so she decides to mate with Trey. At first Trey and Taryn don’t let anything but sexual desire enter in their relationship, however soon despite their best efforts, a deeper bond forms, a bond that surprises both of them. But there is a danger to their pack, a battle is coming up and they will need to be all ready for it… The Hero  Trey, was abused as a child, his father, the Alpha of the pack, didn’t care about the abuse he handed to his oldest son. When Trey was a teenager, he killed his father,and doesn’t feel guilty, because his father deserved it. But because of his actions, his pack, the only home he had ever known, betrayed him and kicked him out, and those that followed him formed their own pack, the “Phoenix Pack”. They are a small number, but powerful. Trey is well-known as an alpha wolf who can go crazy and feral in a fight. No one gets away from fighting him alive. Trey has a magnetism to him, an alpha that is powerful and commanding, and full of possessive qualities. He was one hell of a hero, and boy could he make the temperature in the room rise to a dangerous level. Hot as a blazing fire. The Heroine  Taryn, has never felt welcomed or loved by her father. She lost her mother at a young age, She has a latent wolf, meaning she will never fully shift. She can partially shift, especially if she is angry and ready for a fight. Taryn is practically being forced into a mating by her father, to a man that wants to turn her from a dominant to a submissive slave and she refuses to live a horrible life with a man who doesn’t care for her at all, but only sees her as a toy. Taryn is fierce, passionate, a dominant female, loves her unique phrases, and has a humor to lighten any mood. She was such a fun heroine, I don’t think I have ever read a heroine like her. She has two sides to her, but she is fun and easy-going and at the same time, is an alpha female, and knows how to fight her own way. I found her to be very refreshing Plot and Story Line  Feral Sins is the first book of the series. This is a new to me author, and what an author. I was able to have this be an audio book, and I really loved the narrator, except for a few of the sex scenes, for the most part she did an excellent job, however she went a little too much into the sex scenes that felt a bit off from the rest of the book. Other than that this story was beyond excellent. This is the first book that I have read from this author, and I definitely plan on reading more from her. I just love a fun shifter romance, and this series I have a feeling is going to be one that I will fall in love with easily. This is quite a hot and steamy romance, but at the same time, it also has quite a bit of focus on the building up of the plot. There is warning that there is a menage scene….well the version I read didn’t have that. So if that might keep you from reading this, don’t let it. From the very beginning I knew that I would fall in love with this story, and there isn’t anything I could complain about the plot or the building of the characters. We see great things that happen between the main couple, but also from the side characters. There is wonderful humor in this story, and there were a couple of characters such as Dominick with his cheesy sexual lines….that seriously made me burst out laughing quite a few times, that I am sure my roomies think I am crazy. What I also enjoyed was seeing Taryn and Trey battle things out and try to work out certain issues. They are both dominant alphas, so there is bound to be a bit of trouble. Trey is too serious and Taryn loves having fun–so they are like fire and ice….except together they become quite a driving force.  This is a delightful romp of a romance, that brings together an intense sensuality, riveting excitement, captivating characters, and packed with everything that you need in a paranormal romance. Cover  There are actually two different covers, this cover is more recent and I really love it more. I love couple poses like this, and I really love the blue hues, and the wolf image in the background. Overall View  Feral Sins is a riveting shifter love story, that is blazing hot, sweet yet spicy, and is beyond a delectable treat you can bite into!!!
KayFray More than 1 year ago
Wonderfully dirty….. You have an alpha male not interested in any form of relationship, a very strong willed spitfire of a heroine with the skill and balls to back up her mouth. The POV jumps from one to the other but does not get confusing, which to me is a big deal. I am so tired of reading books were the POV gets all jumbled up. The sex has plenty of dirty talk and dominance without making Taryn submissive (seems impossible but they pull it off). The group scene does seem a little out of place, but if you pay attention to the book it is not as odd as most reviews are making it out to be. When all is said and done, you have and erotic shifter romance (more erotic than romance) with an actual plot.
SoIReadThisBookToday More than 1 year ago
OK, this is the smexy stuff. Oh, not just the smexy part. There is that of course, and Suzanne does an interesting job with that. But the sexy part, to me, is how strong Taryn Warner is. A latent, her father tosses her aside, leaving her to the mercies of anyone who would abuse her for being 'less'. Ah, but little does her know. . . for Taryn hasn't been broken, and certainly not beaten. And when an agreement with 'Psycho Shifter' Trey Coleman offers her the opportunity to skip out on the mating her father sets up for her, a mating with a vicious sociopath of a shifter designed to gain her father a political alliance - well, she doesn't jump on it, exactly, but it makes sense. And Taryn is nothing if not sensible. Of course, what happens next is fireworks on a grand scale! This is a great 'hot and bothered' read that has a lot more going for it than just the bedroom antics Suzanne Wright is known for. One of my favorite 'go to' reads for when the smexy read is on the agenda!
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blaise_zillah More than 1 year ago
Reading the other reviews, glad to have a chance to read the edited copy. I loved how things developed between Trey and Taryn even thought they are wolf shifters and even if Taryn is latent, things didn't develop fast due to there instincts, there were mistakes made between them mainly Treys doing. Loved Taryn even though she was latent she didn't let it brings her down or let anyone else try to bring her down so is a great Alpha female, loved her sarcastic ways and the sparring matches with Greta. Also has hot sex scenes, suspence, battles for dominance, broody Alpha and sarcastic Alpha female.
Tazzy-TMH1 More than 1 year ago
Well what can I say? I just love Suzannes’ style of writing. This books is full of humour, suspense & (clears throat – movie voice over voice) scenes of a sexual nature. This book is about a very Alpha wolf-shifter female named Taryn and a very Alpha wolf-shifter male named Trey. Taryn is a latent wolf with a huge attitude and Trey is a wolf with a very dangerous reputation. When Trey has Taryn kidnapped all hell breaks loose. This is a story of two very dominant, obstinate, highly sexed wolves and their pack. The pack are not very receptive to Taryn and some are downright hostile. The other members of the pack and other characters in the book have been well written. This book makes you laugh out loud and really drags you in holding you hostage to the very last full stop! Highly recommended & well worth the 5 starts.
The-Book-Diaries More than 1 year ago
This book came at me out of nowhere. I bought it when I was on my werewolf kick. This story was awesome. Taryn is a wolf shifter who can't actually shift forms. Her father is the Alpha of her pack and looks at her as a burden and disgrace to the family. He agrees to a mating for her to another wolf who is evil. Taryn meets Trey, well he just kidnapps her to work a type of arrangement. Trey wants to use Taryn to get her fathers pack behind him for an upcoming battle. From there it just gets interesting. I love Taryn's character, she is a strong female character that kicks ass. Then there is Trey, that guy is just crazy, but good crazy. The story in itself is just a really good one. It has differnt things happening all at once so you never know what is going to happen next. I really hope that there is a second book, soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would like to see this book in Nook form please...been over a month since I put in the request to notify the publisher.  Amazon has it in Kindle form, why not B&N.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've heard great things about this book. Why is it not available for the Nook?