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ATTIC REVIEW : Feral (A Real Man #7) by Jenika Snow

 
 

May 18, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Feral

Author :            Jenika Snow

Series :            A Real Man #7

Release date :   December 8th 2016

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : She’s about to find out exactly how much he wants her…

 

LEXI

 

I’ve been fascinated with him for years.He’s wild and lives alone, and everyone has been smart enough to keep their distance.Except me, that is.Until now.I see something in him that I see in myself, and I want to explore that. He’s untamed and raw, and maybe dangerous.But that’s exactly what I need.It’s what I want.

 

DILLON

 

She shouldn’t have come to me, but now that she’s here, I can’t let her go.I don’t do well around others, so going off the grid has been for the best.What Lexi doesn’t know is that I’ve noticed her for years and wanted her as mine for just as long. It would be safer if I kept her at a distance, which I’ve managed to do … but I can’t anymore.I won’t.I hope she’s ready to be mine, because she’s about to see exactly how feral I can be where it concerns her.Warning: This book is wild and dirty, short and smutty. Sure, it’s unbelievable, and features a celibate recluse who will make the woman he wants his at all costs, but who doesn’t like it that way? If you are into an over the top alpha hero, and some filthy goodness, dive in.

 

Review : I guess it is public knowledge by now that giving me a short story to read is usually a 70/30 % chance of receiving a review of 3 or even less stars.

 

Which is why I was surprised by Feral (A Real Man #7) by Jenika Snow. This book is totally missing depth and character development – but still somehow Jenika Snow manage to write a story around that issue that I read from beginning to end and I can not find to many issues with it if I do not stick to my principals to much.

 

And somehow the plot really invites me to forget about those principals as it will draw you in. It is almost as raw and untamed as its leading character.

 

Enjoy

 

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