Wild Thing by Kim Cormack *Review
Posted by brriske
She had been reborn in a place far worse than any version of hell, one could imagine. After many years lost in places void of humanity, Grey found her. He introduced her to a partially immortal family. She’d been saved in so many ways by the Ankh. They were the family that she had always been destined to find. They would teach her to embrace the dragon that resided within.’
Lexy is an orphan who has bounced from one home to the next most of her life. When she is eleven a bunch of kids at the group home she is at decide to leave and go out on their own. She ends up splitting off from them after one boy abuses her for not agreeing with the way they doing things. She ends up taking a ride from a stranger and that is where things go from bad to worse. He takes her to a farm were she is abused and raped and lives in unimaginable circumstances. She finally finds her inner Dragon and can leave that place. She hides for two years before Grey finds her and takes her to the Ankh. There they explain what she is and can do. Grey becomes her handler because he calms her inner Dragon. She is constantly being tested over and over again.
This book has some graphic violence seems involving children. I had a hard time reading it in the beginning but at the same time I needed to see that Lexy escaped or had revenge. There must be something with the authors writing that kept me hooked. I also was had to keep reading to see if Grey and Lexy would finally be together. Their relationship was heartbreaking. I was very interested in Lexy’ s Dragon. I found the whole story very interesting and full of imagination.
I would recommend this book to any one who enjoys paranormal romance that is a bit on the dark side.
Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock.