Edge of Hunger (Primal Instinct, book 1) by Rhyannon Byrd – book cover, description, publication history. Byrd (Last Wolf Watching) successfully combines a haunting love story with complex world-building in the first volume of her Primal Instinct. Edge Of Hunger By Rhyannon Byrd – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Yes, Ian is a Merrick afflicted with Hamlet’s existential doubts Ian and Molly are placed under the protection of the Consortium. If a writer hits their hero with a stubborn stick enough times does anyone notice when the hero becomes rather stupid?
It is the first book in a series and it has a serious amount of world building going on, I think if the hero was more likeable or I could identify a bit better with the heroine then I may have tolerated this a bit better. I’m working on cleaning out my Kindle and came across this story which is the prequel to Rhyannon Byrd’s Primal Instinct trilogy!
Petite Molly even has the bite marks to prove it. That night, he dreams the same dream he’s been having for weeks now.
This Merrick, however, must be a strong adversary, otherwise there won’t be enough power to open the ‘gate’. Ian’s indecisiveness about his transformation which lasted through three quarters of the book, made the reading frustrating and at times repetitive.
I liked the characters in this book eventhough Ian’s demeanor was aggravating at times.
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The petite Molly even has the bite marks to prove it. And then he is pushing away again, for more angsty reasons and I’m thinking His one redemption comes at the end during a heartfelt confession at his mother’s grave. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. From the moment Ian spots Molly, he knows she’s trouble and trouble in any form is something that Ian wants to stay as far away edgs as possible. Dragons and witches anyone?
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And it’s time for the creature inside Ian to finally awaken. Ian told you as rhyamnon of his story as you needed to know, whilst Molly was secretive about her past,giving away little snippets of her life when she felt they were needed, I felt she too was a loner who had learnt to live with certain life changing experiences that she did not feel comfortable talking about.
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HQN Books Publishing date: Please try again later. Quella donna portava guai. Add to shopping bag. They are to train him for the final combat, though even their powers are limited if Ian does not drink from the one woman who will bring on this mighty change. Kindle Edition86 pages. Copyright – Antoine Online – All rights reserved. Edge of hunger by Rhyannon Byrd. It begins with our hero, Ian Buchanan, dubiously eyeing an attractive young, woman who wishes to talk to him.
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Edge of Hunger (Primal Instinct, book 1) by Rhyannon Byrd
It was just a dream so it doesn’t count. It is certainly not something she wishes to confide in others about.
In truth, he responded like a man – stubborn til the very end. And Molly kind of deals with his poor treatment of her, meek and emotional. This is a reread for me. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I like the universe enough to read the next book.
Then neither understands anything. The main plot is Ian being afraid to development off relationship with Molly because of his fear of hurting her with Molly unafraid and determine to do the right thing.
I do not think I will continue reading this series.
We are overloaded with reasons and excuses for his resistance to shapeshift which I found unecessary.
And it’s time for the creature inside Ian to finally awaken.
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If you read something and in the end you want more like I did with this one then it must be good! This is a well-written starter to the series though the details are rather rhyabnon and hard to believe.
And she’s also received a message from Ian’s deceased mother: