Review: With Her Hunger by Lorie O'Clare

Title: With Her Hunger
Author: Lorie O'Clare
Release Date: December 2011
Publisher: Ellora's Cav
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: 3 Hoots
Reviewer: Charity

Book eight in the Lunewulf series. Mariah has just lost her entire family. For years, lunewulf have lived peacefully in the Yukon Territory. But when humans burn the werewolves’ homes, Mariah and her pack run to a new home. Determined to embrace her new life and not be destroyed the way her pack was, Mariah refuses to be controlled by anyone. When she spots Luther with two other males, she’s not only interested but willing to take all three of them on. Only one of the males remains in her thoughts though. She will have Luther again. Luther runs on the edge of the pack that leaves the Yukon Territory and heads to British Columbia. He is Cariboo lunewulf. The lunewulf think his kind are barbaric and run with less honor. Luther has no need for all of the lunewulf’s laws and traditions. He does have a need for Mariah though. It burns so hot through him he won’t let her out of his sight, or his bed, until she agrees to be with him forever.Reader Advisory: These wolves aren’t your everyday pooches. The males are wild and feral, the females are strong and won’t roll over to have their tummies rubbed. If you like wolves, want your loving untamed and fierce, then come take a ride on the wild side…if you can stand the heat. (Goodreads)
Review- This is the first book I have read in this series and although it can stand alone, I was left with too many general questions to make it fulfilling. The pace and flow were well done with minimal grammatical errors, and the climax was scorching.
The wolves in this story are very animalistic, especially in wolf form, which isn’t often depicted. Mariah is a strong independent character and Luther just oozes dominance and sex, they are definitely a fierce match and easily likable. The sex is steamy, but I must warn you there is also a sex scene in wolf form.
Overall it’s a good read that probably could have been better had I started at the beginning of the series and learned more about the Lunwulf species in general.

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