5 Second look at 'Feral Sins' by Suzanne Wright
A Quick Summary
- Taryn Warner is about to be forced to marry a jerk. But only she can seem to see that he is a jerk. Her father is powerful and connected, which is the only value she has to anyone.
- Trey Coleman is looking for allies and sees an opportunity to make some powerful connections when he meets with Taryn. Trading one devil she knows for a chance at something more normal they agree to pretend to be mates.
- Politics take over and war is coming but Taryn’s sass is just what Trey needs and love finds a way for both of them.
My Take on the Book :
I loved Taryn’s sass. She is all sass and sarcastic banter, but underneath, she is just trying to find someone to accept her. I liked this story.
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.
My Review of 'Feral Sins' by Suzanne Wright
Taryn lost her mom and her mate as a child. They were killed in a car accident and life for her has never been the same. And that was before she came of age and she found out that she was latent. Broken. Her father is pack leader and has never tried to treat her as anything other than a obligation.
Through all of this Taryn protects herself with sass and sarcasm. She may seem fine, but her childhood has left its terrible mark on her.
Trey shares a equally horrible childhood. His father was the Alpha of his pack as well and used his power to dominated, scare and force his family to do what ever he liked. Making fun and shaming Trey is a daily experience for him. One day after Trey accidentally kills his father, he is banished and he has to build is life with the few friends that stuck by him.
Trey kidnaps Taryn to see if his suspensions about the man that she is being forced to marry are correct or if he can convince her to stay with him instead. If she helps him with gathering allies to come to his aid, he will protect her from her awful finacee and get her to safety.
Trey is a good pack leader, but politics aren’t something he cares about. So when his uncle claims that he is the rightful alpha of his family and should rightfully take over Trey’s pack.
They have to pretend to be mates and she comes to live with his family. Living with each other forces them to act close, develop relationships and both of them come to see something in the other.
They grow closer and love develops, but when Taryn gets too close, Trey tries to shut her out, until Taryn is attacked. Trey’s protective instincts take over and with war on the horizon, they work to help each other and build the family that each other always wanted.