Review: Obsession Untamed by Pamela PalmerObsession Untamed by Pamela Palmer
Series: Feral Warriors #2
Published by Avon on July 28, 2009
Genres: Mythology, PNR, Romance, Urban Fantasy
Pages: 360
Format: Paperback
Source: Avon Addicts, Purchased

They are called Feral Warriors-an elite band of immortals who can change shape at will. Sworn to rid the world of evil, consumed by sorcery and seduction, their wild natures are primed for release . . . Every time she closes her eyes, Delaney Randall suffers another nightmare. A brutal serial killer has found his way inside the tough, take-no-prisoners FBI agent's head. Now she lives the murders through his eyes, from his deadly approach to his victims' screams-until the night he breaks into her apartment and she fears she's going to be the next to die. But the man who snatches Delaney from her home isn't the murderer. He's Tighe, a dangerous Feral Warrior who needs her and her visions to stop the rampages of a creature as inhuman as he is evil. Tighe has little use for humans, but as he and Delaney join forces to track the dark fiend, he falls for the intense beauty and becomes wild with an obsession as untamed as his heart.

In the first book we saw that the Feral Warriors had their souls split and then  cloned by their enemies the mages. All of these clones were killed in battle at the end of Desire Untamed except for Tighe’s. His clone escapes, and if the clone is not killed, the real Tighe will die.

In this book, we see Tighe’s clone go slaughter crazy and kill a bunch of humans while the Ferals chase their tails (heh) trying to stop him. They’re constantly 1 step behind.

Enter  FBI agent Delaney Randall. She’s hunting this serial killer too, and she won’t stop until he’s behind bars…or dead. But Delaney is attacked by the clone, and afterwards she begins to see the murders through his eyes….as they happen.  Once Tighe figures this out, Delaney has a hard time believing that Tighe isn’t the one causing the murders. Can she really trust a man who looks exactly like the killer?

They have an instant attraction, but of course they fight it. We see scenes of Kara living in Feral House (yeah they all live together like the BDB and other PNR Hero-Bros), and we see how she’s adjusting to her new life, so that’s kind of cool. I like the mages as bad guys because they are crazy bad. Totally worthy of the title.

This series is darker, more graphic, and more erotic than most Paranormal Romance (PNR). But it’s still good, and well-written, and if you stick around I’ll review the whole series.