Savage Urges (The Phoenix Pack #5) by Suzanne Wright

Savage Urges (The Phoenix Pack #5) by Suzanne Wright

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She’s a lone wolf with a cause.

As a volunteer at a shelter for lone shifters—the same one that rescued her—Makenna Wray has dedicated her life to finding homes for its residents. And when she discovers that a teen in her care is related to Ryan Conner, the broody, handsome-as-sin enforcer of the Phoenix Pack, she’s eager to help connect the two. She just wasn’t prepared to feel a connection of her own.

Lone wolves are loners for a reason—and most of them bad. Or so Ryan assumes until he meets the mysterious Makenna. Quirky and sensual, she seems to enjoy riling him, especially when she refuses to discuss her past. Although there is no mating bond, he’s sure she’s the one. All he has to do is be patient and wait. But when another pack’s sinister Alpha comes sniffing around, threatening Makenna and her shelter, this enforcer is ready to let his wolf off the leash…

Hot, alpha male with the perfect balance of possessive and protective.

Strong, fierce, endearing and likable heroine.

Great banter. You get a healthy dose of both humor and heart.

Phenomenal character dynamic. This is a pack that protects what belongs to them and nothing will get in the way of keeping their pack together and happy. They fight hard and love even harder.

The door swung open as Dante and Dominic came outside with more trash. Dante’s brow creased. “Everything ok here?”

Ryan grunted, urging her inside with a hand on her lower back.

“He thinks you should mind your own business,” Makenna told the Beta, translating the grunt.

Dominic cocked his head. “You understand his grunts?”

“You don’t?”

“You got ‘Mind your own business’… from that one sound?”

She lifted her chin. “I thought it was crystal clear.”

Dominic turned to Ryan

Savage Urges

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  • This series is a must read for anyone that likes a good paranormal story. The world that's created within these books seems completely real and will have you wishing that you could live there with the characters.

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