Wild Hunger (The Phoenix Pack, #7).

Wild Hunger by Suzanne Wright

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

When half–wolf shifter Frankie Newman receives an e-mail from a family member she didn’t know existed, a secret is revealed: as a child, Frankie witnessed her father killing her mother…and then himself. Frankie was torn from her pack by her mother’s human relatives, and the trauma was erased from her memory. Realizing that she’s been lied to her entire life, she’s never felt more alone. Until she catches the scent of an old friend—warmly familiar and intoxicating.

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Trick Hardy, alpha wolf of the Phoenix Pack, can sense the rush of mutual attraction when he sees Frankie again. He knows immediately that she’s his true mate. But he also knows that, given her fragile state, he needs to tread with care—no matter how fierce his surging desires.

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As aroused as Frankie is by Trick’s darkly dominant air and simmering desire, her priority right now is her past—not her future, no matter how tempting. But as more secrets emerge and Frankie’s life is threatened, Trick must do everything he can to keep her close and safe. After all, it’s their destiny.

Wild Hunger

Trick is hot. I like him!




This was another good Phoenix pack book, though I am still waiting for Dominic’s story. The romance between Trick and Frankie was steamy from the start, and the backstory of her parents death was a good one.

The reader knows from the beginning that since Frankie was the only witness and doesn’t remember what happened that what everyone believes happened isn’t going to be the whole story. So it is an interesting journey finding out as well as the side story of the pack trying to form an alliance with the Phoenix pack because they believe a war with humans will happen.

This book has the same type of humor that the rest of the series does. We get Dominic’s hilarious one liners and more.

Frankie licked her fork. “When I look at you, I see someone so ancient she probably has an autographed Bible.”

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