Monday, February 24, 2014

Book Review - Primal Hunger by Sydney Somers

Primal Hunger (Pendragon Gargoyles, #1)
by Sydney Somers
Published 2009

114 Pages

Although very entertaining and quite steamy, this book never really passed a 3 for me, maybe some parts were 3.5, but I just didn't connect with it. I think there was too much going on for me to really connect to the characters because I was always trying to figure out the many backstories that were happening. We had gargoyles, shape-shifters, vampires, The Knights of the Round Table, and some Wraiths just to name a few. I didn't really ever get transported to an alternate universe.

Kennedy Beaumont is a beautiful bartender who has a thing for her boss, the enigmatic Tristan Callaghan. He resists her pull as long as he can, but eventually he is compelled to claim her as his own. She is none too pleased, and they begin their game of cat and mouse.

Not an altogether terrible read, it was entertaining enough, and a definite go-to on the steamy. I did love the beginning of the book, which showed a lot of promise. Overall, it was just too convoluted to truly connect with.

Reviewed by Kelli


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