by Jianne Carlo Genres: Paranormal Romance
Title: Prymal Obsession
Series: Prymal book #2
Author: Jianne Carlo
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance, mixed PNR
Heat: 4.5 stars
Source: ARC provided by The Romance Reviews
Cover: 5 stars
Characters: 5 stars
Plot: 5 stars
Heat: 4.5 stars
Freshness: 5 stars
Addictiveness: 5 stars
Do you have any ideas what happens when dynamite meets fire? It burns extremely rapidly until it explodes. When Brut Jurango and Sidonie Walker meet is boom, baroom, badaboom… very explosive.
Brut Jurango is a Rogue. He is not a Prymal, but he is friends with them, and they help each other. The first moment he sees Sidonie Walker, he knows she is trouble with capital T, and he tries to avoid her. But when he smells her fear, he know he is doomed and he must help her. Now they are stuck together until she is one hundred percent safe, but will he be able to keep himself safe from her?
Sidonie Walker is full of shame and secrets from her past. Now she uses slutty clothes and make up to portrait a facade to the world. After meeting Brut, she has been shaken, but has vow to not let a human/wolf/cat destroy her perfect foundation. She only wishes that her body would listen to her head near the mouth-watering Rogue.
Prymal Obsession is a thriller packed with danger, excitement and explosive chemical reactions. It brings together another drop-dead gorgeous alpha and a surprisingly brave heroine. It also has strong secondary characters and one amazing sub-plot mystery.
Ms. Carlo‘s passionate scenes are works of art. The chemistry among her characters is undeniable, and the amount of tension and heat generated in each description is explosive.
While Prymal Lust was a promise of a great new series, Prymal Obsession is a certainty of a very addictive series to follow. I would recommend this book and series to everyone who is ready to be awed and blown away.
“I know your deal. You had a mate. Your kind has one in a lifetime. Whatever happens between us is temporary. As soon as this…this situation is resolved, we’re done.” Brut stifled a wince. Did she have to put it so badly? And did she believe for a moment she could set the terms of their relationship?