Feral. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Feral by Sara Fields

My rating: 3 of 5 stars.

He warned me what would happen if he lost control. I didn’t listen.

He told me to stay away from him, that if I got too close he would not be able to stop himself. He would pin me down and take me so fiercely my throat would be sore from screaming before he finished wringing one savage, desperate climax after another from my helpless, quivering body.

Part of me was terrified, but another part needed to know if he would truly throw me to the ground, mount me, and rut me like a wild animal, longer and harder than any human ever could.

Now, as the feral beast flips me over to claim me even more shamefully when I’ve already been used more thoroughly than I imagined possible, I wonder if I should have listened to him…


The problem with Super Soldiers!

I just can’t understand why the US Military has not yet figured out that having mad scientists creating super soldiers by mixing crazy chemical compounds, using cybernetics, or in this case genetically engineering alien and human DNA always leads bad things.

Generally the initial testing kills hundreds of good soldiers, then the ones that do survive end up as indestructible monster soldiers. That is about all I am going to say about this book, aside from the fact that there is almost always one good guy in the mix who is a hot indestructible soldier that falls in love with the girl. (a lot like Jason Bourne at the end of Bourne Identity – before we know that the girl he falls in love with dies in the next movie).


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