Let the Wild Out

  • by Madelyn Porter
  • Narrated by Rebecca Cook
  • 6 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rachel Dunne thinks she's safe from the politics of her people by keeping a low profile in America. When she comes face to face with one of the clan chiefs in search of a mate, she's stunned yet incredibly turned on. There is a catch - one queen to two opposing clan chiefs. It's hard enough fighting off the advances of one sizzling hot piece of alpha man-flesh, can she possibly resist two?
This novel contains adult content and is intended for mature audiences only. Must be 18 years or older to listen.

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A nice try but sadly lacking

I hate to give a bad review and the storyline seemed interesting and perked my attention but it lacked many descriptions that enable the listener to visualise both the characters and the scenes. Then it was just bish bash bosh and they claimed her within seconds of meeting so no build-up towards a tender sweet romance.

Two opposing Were Clan Chief's William and Douglas (one English and one Scottish) have to share their Queen so set about looking in America where they aren't known and by Chapter 2 they'd found Rachel and by Chapter 3 they'd each had sex. I didn't find the sex scenes very descriptive, tantalising or erotic but more standard as each Chief took their turn separately until near the end and then the M/F/M action was just the norm (I'm not complaining but just pointing this out).

The action came from someone wanting Rachel dead and hired a mad Were Assassin to do it and it wasn't too difficult to figure out who however there were plenty of suspects but, as usual, the heroine decides to ignore everyone and goes for a run in the woods which turned out to be a dumb move. William and Douglas were nice, caring and thoughtful characters which gave them an endearing quality but Rachel's thoughts and feelings were, for several reasons, all over the place and I just couldn't warm to her.

Worth a credit? If this had been more skilfully written with plenty of world-building, descriptions and a longer lead up to the sex and romance then yes, but there are plenty of far better Were-shifting books out there. So, sadly I'm going to have to say, in my opinion, it is what it is - a very quick, half hearted attempt at an erotic PNR, the ending was good however that doesn't make it creditworthy but hey maybe you'll like it.
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- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"

Fun and Wild!

I was immensely pleased to find this book in audio. I had previously read the book and forgotten about it until a little ways into the audio. I really enjoyed Let the Wild Out. And Rebecca Cook did a fabulous job with the narrations. I especially enjoyed when towards the end there is a bit where Rachel throws out a line in a man’s voice. Rebecca nailed it.

Rachel is a shifter in Colorado that is discovered by the Clan Chiefs from England and Scotland. After attempts on the clan chiefs lives, they take Rachel with them back to England. But the threats don’t stop there. Rachel continues to find herself in harms way around Dougal and William. There are a lot of petty shifter politics and old ways that they all must navigate around.

During all of the chaos Rachel discovers that the chiefs need a single bride to share. They are fairly sure they want her. Can she except their desire? She wants them but doesn’t want everything that goes with the job. Let the Wild Out really had me hooked. In the end, things are revealed and it’s not what everyone expected. Making the ending more exciting.
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- Kim

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-21-2013
  • Publisher: The Raven Books