Wulfe Untamed
Pamela Palmer

Genre: Paranormal
Heat Level: Hot

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 . . .

The most enigmatic and tortured of the Feral Warriors, Wulfe is haunted by the quiet beauty of a human woman who no longer remembers him. Once a captive of both the Mage and the Ferals, Natalie stole a piece of his heart before he took her memories and sent her safely back to her fiancé. But now the Mage are threatening her again, and Wulfe will risk anything to protect her.

Natalie Cash is stunned when she's saved by a wolf who shifts suddenly into a splendidly built, if badly scarred, man, a man with the kindest eyes. Swept into a world of intrigue and danger beyond her comprehension, she turns to the powerful Wulfe, finding a passion she'd only dreamed of. But when time runs out, they must trust one another and surrender to a wild, untamed love.


This is a book I picked based on title only. I’ve never read Palmer’s book, nor did I read a backcover blurb before picking this one up. Within three chapters I had to know everything about Ferals and what more could be expected for future series books—that’s how bad Wulfe and his brothers sucked me in.

I couldn’t put it down. The characters and the world the Ferals live in is fascinating, and includes a new take on demons. Originally I thought this book would be only shifters, but I’ve never been so glad to be wrong. This story is where urban fantasy and epic meet, with a little romance tossed in. The overlaying story arc for the Ferals continues in this book. It’s nearing the end though and pretty soon everyone will know who’s going to win the last battle. Entering into a story where I came in mid-arc for the plot is happy and sad.

Now for Wulfe! Like the other ferals, Wulfe is an alpha male to the nth power. I loved it so much. His protective instincts and his wolf were a huge hit for me, though he’s quick to temper.  Wulfe also possesses a ton of bad-assery, a sexy bod, and an oh-so-impressive package. This character’s backstory and need to protect the heroine, Natalie, were the deal closers for me. I couldn’t wait to see how the whole thing turned out.

Natalie was a heroine to love. She didn’t whimper and cower in the face of danger. Her strong will and stubborn qualities molded well with Wulfe and made her likeable instead of working against her. I couldn’t find a fault in her, though she didn’t jump-off-the-page for me either.

Palmer does an exemplary job of providing high stakes and taking the action to the end. I definitely couldn’t figure out how the Ferals, Wulfe, or Natalie would get out of their horrible situation. There’s a ton of room for easy way outs, but I felt Palmer provided a believable resolution.

For me I left the story wanting more, though the ending is extremely satisfying. I especially wonder what will happen between this resurrected daemon and a human that’s connected to him. Until then I’d recommend this series to those who love action and large plot arcs. Readers who like Larissa Ione will probably enjoy this book.

Reviewed by Landra