Rude Words

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Ebook – Untamed Hearts, Stallions Pride by Jenna Byrnes and Jude Mason

Review by Rachel Sparkes

Stallions Pride immerses you into the world of Brishen, the new King of the Horse Changelings, a nation of people who can transform into horses at will.  From the difficult death of his father at the beginning, to the awakening of his love for his best friend Jal, this book is beautifully written, switching very credibly from human to animal perspective.  From the start it oozes with romance and sex, every page hinting at the desire lurking beneath each character’s outward appearance.

The story focuses on Brishen, leader of the Horse tribe, and the difficulties he is facing in reuniting his people.  At the same time, it also introduces you to the incredible leaders of the Cougar, Bear and Wolf tribes, three men so throbbing with erotic masculinity that they practically jump off the page at you.

It follows Brishen’s journey from young stud, unsure of whether he can live up to his tribe’s expectation, through to his realisation that he can have everything and still be the strong leader he wants to be.  You witness his struggle to cope with his feelings for his friend Jal; feelings that are so different to his father’s wishes for him to provide heirs; and to reconcile them with the love and lust he feels for his chosen mate, the beautiful Tawnie.

Every chapter and every encounter between characters is filled with erotic possibility.  The narrative is fast paced and keeps you riveted; I read this in one go without a break.  You can almost feel the heat and smell the desire of the characters, all of which are believable and likeable which only adds to the appeal of this story.

The book as a whole is like an old-fashioned fairy tale or legend.  It has the feeling of the old world, brought up to date with a lot of hot sex!  I would definitely recommend it to those who like a little romance and a happy ending alongside some very hot and seriously naughty erotica!

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May 13, 2010 - Posted by | eBooks Reviews | ,


  1. Rachel,

    Thank you so much. Jumping in to the fourth book in a series has got to be difficult, and I admit I was a little worried. I needn’t have been. You got it! Thank you for your kind words and for the time you took to really understand Brishen and his familya.


    Comment by Jude Mason | May 13, 2010 | Reply

  2. Thanks so much for the great review. We’re always pleased when someone ‘gets’ what we were trying to do with storytelling.

    Appreciate it!

    Comment by Jenna Byrnes | May 13, 2010 | Reply

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