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    Claiming His Desire by Ellis Leigh

    Title :                 Claiming His Desire                               Feral Breed Series. Book Six Author :             Ellis Leigh  Reviewed by :   Stephanie Jordan . ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ Love it... Love it.... This whole Series is just phenomenal.... Bringing all the characters of the five books before and intertwining them all together was just fabulous. Jameson loved his Pack and saving the Omegas, he also had a loyalty for Blasius Zenne, leader of the North American Lycan Brotherhood, NALB... Now that a lot of his brothers were finding there mates he let it be known that he thought that all mated shifters shouldn’t ride with the Feral Breed. Because they're minds will be on there mates and that was dangerous for themselves and his brothers. Aoife is a necromancer, she see dead people and they tell her things to tell the family , while Aoife helps them to cross over. Aoife has known for over a year now that Jameson ran from her when he saw her, where in reality he thought she was dead than ran... Will he come around soon?? Aoife needs her mate. Do they work together or go there separate ways? I was gifted this ARC for an honest and truthful review
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    Holding Death at bay with the ties of love

    I’m not sure I even bothered to read the blurb before I dove into Claiming His Desire. You see I was totally enthralled by Claiming His Fire and the Feral Breed MC. In fact, it’s kind of driving me nuts that I haven’t had the time yet to go back and read the first four books in the series or the novellas. Talk about win-win elements… werewolves, shifters, witches… and an MC. What’s more do you need? Well that never-ending sense of world shattering, impeding danger also helps. Oh, and no need to dial up the heat because there is definitely plenty. So, I guess I was expecting another witchy heroine. I couldn’t have been any more pleasantly surprised to discover that Aoife (ee-fa) is in fact a necromancer. Aoife sees dead people. She doesn’t just see them, she assists them in their walk through the planes of death to their final destination. The only problem with this… she takes on the semblance of death when she does it and getting back can be a real challenge at times. She started seeing the dead at a very young age and it didn’t exactly make her Ms. popular. Already living in the foster care system, she had enough strikes against her. As luck would have it, she met Percy, a pre-cog and they became bosom buddies at a young age. Their very different gifts have proved a godsend to each other over the years. Of course, neither of their gifts have made making a living or surviving easy. It’s kind of hard to hold down a job and fend off spirits and visions. So, there have been a few occasions when making a buck has skirted the edge of doing what’s legal or right. The last time led to a three-day vigil while Aoife struggled her way through the planes of death. It also happened to be the one time her soulmate, Jameson ever saw her. That is other than the very heated visions the two have shared for the past year. Jameson is an enforcer for the NALB, National Association of the Lycan Brotherhood and Feral Breed Motorcycle Club. Up until a year ago, he was the president of the Four Corners Feral Breed den in Arizona. He’d abandoned his post on the fateful day he witnessed his dead mate lying on the concrete floor of a warehouse. He has nothing left to live for except the brotherhood and his mission to save the kidnapped omegas. Day by day, he has erotic visions of his dead mate and he fears its driving him mad. He fears he’s only a step away from becoming a man-eater. Today he’s on a mission to save the mates of his fellow NALB brothers when Merriweather Fields comes under attack. He’s also in for the shock of his life. His mate isn’t dead. She is very much alive even if she does reek of death at times. She’s also one heck of a warrior, taking out the enemies one arrow at a time with lasting precision. Needless to say, this is going to be a bit of challenge to his need to coddle and protect. Aoife and Jameson are quite the pairing with his need to seek death and follow his mate and her very walk on the planes of death itself. Claiming His Desire culminates the Feral Breed Motorcycle Club’s fight to regain their omega’s and win out against the would be usurper king. I was really afraid this would be the end of the series. I had to make a trip to the author’s site to make sure she wasn’t abandoning the Feral Breed Motorcycle Club. I’m happy to say there are more stories come down the pipe line even if they might be a spin off. That being said I guess you can tell that I would definitely recommend Claiming His Desire both as a standalone and as part of the series. Ms. Leigh has chosen just the elements that I like to read. I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Grab your fan and tissues, your gonna need em!

    Prepare yourself, Feral Breed lovers, block out some time, grab your fan like always but this time, include a box of tissues. It's like Ellis Leigh walked up, slapped you on the side of your head, making you fall on your butt unable to get up until she's done telling her story. This book grabs your attention, while in your mind your yelling "NO, NO, NO," and doesn't let you go until your sitting with Aoife next to the Merriweather Fields. You can NOT miss this book if you've been reading the Feral Breed Series. The amount of tension in the book will keep you on edge unable to relax until Ms Leigh is done telling Jameson and Aoife's story. It starts where the last one left off so do yourself a favor and reread the last chapter of Claiming His Fire. A little refresher of what was happening and where certain characters were at and why they were there will make the first chapter a lot more interesting (I didn't do it until after 2nd chapter, wish I would've done it sooner). Obviously, don't start with this book if you haven't read any of the others, it just won't make sense and you won't understand what all the crying and yelling is about! If you haven't read any of her books go back to the beginning with Claiming His Fate, you won't be sorry. This series is one you'll find yourself rereading and one of the best ones I've read. I absolutely loved the whole entire series. Not one of the books in it was disappointing, I highly recommend it! I was lucky, I,received this book in return for an honest review.
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    Truly fantastic

    Feral breed president Blaze's birthday party ended up being an all out attack on Merriweather Fields by the kidnapping rapist who calls himself "the king ". This book picks up near the last book in the series. While Jameson was on a FBM mission he was his mate lying dead on the floor. He and his wolf both recognized her as who she was without ever meeting her and getting the chance to hold her. Crazed he ran, not being able to deal with the loss. He fights with his brothers only for the feral but wants to die to be with the mate he lost. Aoife had been dead on the floor as Jameson saw her but only gone from this world not the true death of humans. See she is a necromancer and able to help the dead find peace. Now after a year at the Merriweather fields war she finds him . He was shocked lol This story is HOT, SPICEY and action packed (one of the best I have ever read) it caught my attention and held it spellbound so full of emotions as Ellis Leigh weaves this amazing tale. Truly fantastic. I loved every moment of it. All the characters interactions, the teasing and the fighting felt so real. She got it spot on! Amazing You will not be disappointed Book given for an honest review and I honestly loved it
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    Claiming His Desire

    I normally don't write reviews, this review is not only for this book but for the entire series. I just need to say that from the first book to the last book I could not stop reading. This series made me wish that there was more depth and more enjoyment to my own life. It made me wish that there actually would be shifters of all kinds in this world, and to be a part of that world. I am so looking forward to immersing myself in the next upcoming series.
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