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Book Review: Desire Untamed

Editor’s Note: This was originally posted in July 2009 and written on my friend’s couch after we had both read the book and had spent a good amount of time giggling over it.

Here’s the problem: We have a band of sexy shapeshifters who need to find the one woman who can replenish their energy so they can continue to battle against those who would wish to eliminate them. They finally find her, but she has no idea that she’s important and that she’s not really human.

What to do, what to do.

Thankfully, the language of sex translates into every language, so really what we need to do is get her all hot and bothered so she’ll be more apt to understand the gravity of the situation.

No, really. The logic is infallable.

What really gets me about the book is that it all seems perfectly logical when you’re reading it. Did I just say an erotic novel involving men named Lyon and Paenther was logical? I know. I can’t fathom it, either, but once you’ve suspended your disbelief for the duration of the novel, it actually works.

I’m as shocked as you are. A well-written erotic fantasy novel; do go on. What’s next, a Danielle Steele book that doesn’t involve a young woman having an affair with an older man?

Palmer, Pamela. Desire Untamed. Avon, 2009. Print. ISBN: 006166751X

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