ARC Review: Primal Hunger (Guardians #3) by Valerie Twombly

Primal Hunger (Paranormal Fantasy Romance) (Guardians, Book Three) by Valerie Twombly - Valerie Twombly

Primal Hunger


Guardians #3

Genre: Parnormal Romance

Published: January 14th 2015

By Valerie Twombly

Source: ARC copy




Cursed since the day of his creation, Seth has struggled with his identity. While his sanity balances on a razor’s edge, it is only a matter of time before he succumbs to the evil inside him. When realization strikes that the fiery Kaitlyn belongs to him, he must not only battle his past but fight his desire to claim her or chance killing them both.


Handed a dagger as a child, Kaitlyn O’Hara has slaughtered demons her entire life. It should come as no surprise that she is also destined to save a crazy vampire. When fate reveals her true identity, she must search her heart for the courage to move forward.


Katie holds the key to help save humanity. With Seth’s dark side edging closer, he prays he can keep it together long enough to protect her through the challenges she must face. However, he could prove to be her biggest threat.


He fights his desire to claim her. She battles to save him. Together they wage war to protect humanity. Who will survive?


~ 4.5 Primal Stars ~


Primal Hunger is book three in the Guardians series by Valerie Twombly. We start right where we left off in Fatal Desire and Ms. Twombly does not give us a moment to catch our breath. We are pulled right back into the world and war going on.


Seth, a Guardian. WOW, we learn about his creation and his powers. Kaitlyn aka Katie is more then human. Dame these two worked well together. Even though Seth is fighting the mating, (Seth this is futile), he still wants to protect his Katie from himself. It was great to finally get into his head and see the turmoil and struggles he deals with. Katie, is one feisty heroine. I love a feisty women and one who can give as good as she gets. She gives Baal a run for his money. Oh course she learns a whole lot of information in a very short time and deals with it quite well. We also get to see past characters and ones to come. Plus our plot is getting deeper and things are not looking so good for the Guardians or the human realm. The Gods are staying out of it and we learn some interesting information about them. Then the epilogue, WOW, leaves you wanting more..


If you love a verity or paranormal creatures then you will enjoy the Guardians series. Primal Hungerwas a great read in this series and I am looking forward to more.


Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy free of charge from the author with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.


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