Primal Calling
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Primal Calling

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Television-program host Serena Sandstone already has her bags checked for her flight out of Anchorage when she sees the "White Wolf"--and his animal attraction is overpowering....
Serena attributes her intense interest in sexy, scruffy bush pilot Max Taggert to journalistic instincts about his shadowy past. Right. She's prepared to go pretty far to get his story--and he's...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Harlequin Blaze (first published February 15th 2011)
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This is the second book I have read in the Harlequin Blaze series. I was actually surprised with how good it was. I found myself easily wrapped up in the story. I laughed, I smiled, and I cried. The story was a refreshing change from the usual romance tales, as well. I would recommend this book to everyone who reads romance books.... A strong and independant female lead, a tortured alpha male, mystery, heart ache, intense passion... all the makings of a great book.
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Primal Calling was my first romantic tale I’ve ever read where the hero and heroine are in Alaska. Serena was a reporter struggling to make a bigger name for herself in the lower 48 states however, her unexplained attraction to a bush pilot she saw from a distance changed the course of her life forever.

It was Serena’s strong reporter instincts and her ability to find trouble at every turn that made the start of the story so intriguing I couldn’t put the book down. I thoroughly enjoyed reading a...more
Jill Sorenson
I saw a review for this book at Dear Author ages ago. I'm glad I finally got around to buying it because I really enjoyed it. Primal Calling has a unique setting (Alaska), different kind of hero (Native Alaskan pilot) and a sexy, go-getter heroine. The hero is a hot, brooding wolfman type. With a beard! *dies*

Good writing, tasteful but steamy sex scenes, and a traditional sort of storyline made this a nice, quick read.
Tofu Fairy
My first read by this author and I was thrilled. The book was fun, a tad ethnic, a tad supernatural/spiritual, and heavenly sexy! Read in less than a day and thoroughly enjoyed the ride. If you like romance with the twists I mentioned, you will enjoy this! LOTS of hot sex too and most of it NOT romantic at all but just lustful! LOL
Megan Riverina Romantics/Meggerfly
I won this and a couple of bookmarks from the Grand Opening of The Romance Reviews!
Fun Read! Loved Max!
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