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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Yet he is determined to lead a “normal” life, ignoring the unsettling dreams in which he succumbs to his wildest desires. The petite Molly even has the bite marks to prove it. And she’s also Ian Buchanan has always felt the unknown—the deep, impenetrable darkness that lives within him. And she’s also received a message from Ian’s deceased mother: And it’s time for the creature inside Ian to finally awaken.
A creature with an insatiable hunger that must be controlled before it overtakes them both…. Paperbackpages. Ian RhyannlnMolly Stratton. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Edge Thyannon Hungerplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 24, Julie jjmachshev rated it really liked it Shelves: Molly is a woman who is used to protecting herself from the scorn and disbelief of the rest of the world.
Molly knew the job would be difficult.
She also knew it might be dangerous. But she had no idea it would involve sex, blood, erotic dreams, and bite marks!! Ian is a man who uses his imposing physical appearance to keep himself apart.
And when she shows up sporting the marks he put on her while dreaming…well, even Ian can admit this situation might just be a bit more than unusual.
I can almost feel my fingers tingling as the passion transfers from the page to my brain. Another mark of a talented writer Ah me, I came to care for Molly and her incredible patience, and Ian with his incredible stubbornness! I swear there were times I wanted to jump into the book and smack Ian upside the head! That was my only complaint with the book…Ian and his bullheaded determination to fight the obvious.
The paranormal elements in this story are interesting and different from the normal werewolves, vampires, witches, etc available en masse today. View all 7 comments. Aug 15, Adrienne rated it really liked it.
Right then I picked this up during my weekly trudge around Asda Walmart but only because I vaguely remembered the authors name from GRs, and seemed to recall she brd good reviews.
However this is a Nocturne and altho I’d never read one before I had the impression rhyanonn was going rnyannon be a PNR version of a Blaze, not much storyintimate scenes thrown in to spice to things and that’s your lot. So how surprised was I to find this story was not like that at all, and infact you get a whole lot more, Right then I picked this up during my weekly trudge around Asda Walmart but only because I vaguely remembered the authors name from GRs, and seemed to recall she got good reviews.
So how surprised was I to find this story was not like that at all, and infact you get a whole lot more, characters that actually feel right together, good world building an interesting, intense story line that makes complete sense. Then there is Molly whose desire to find Ian and help him find out who he is stems from a meeting with Ians deceasd mother who comes to her rhynanon various messages from beyond the grave. Ian at first is reluctant to believe the information Molly imparts until a series of events leave him in doubt that Molly speaks the truth.
What follows is Ians journey into the unknown and how he resists the truth until ultimately he has no choice in his course of action.
Molly is there all the time to support him and offer her total byrc which Ian has difficulty in accepting, he pushes her away all the time for fear that when his inner beast is released he will be unable to control it, and ultimately destroy her. Molly remains level headed throught understanding and accepting her role with Ianwhilst Ian becomes more and more emotionally tied to her still denying himself the one thing he rhyajnon the most, until finally he has no choice.
I liked Ian and Molly and how they were with each other. Ian told you as much of his story as you needed to hynger, 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.
The intimate rhyyannon between Ian and Molly huger well written I enjoyed Rhyannon Byrds style of writting, and the idea she came up with for two of the four?
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View all 8 comments. Jan 30, Amyiw rated it it was ok Shelves: I finally decided to start reading them. This is another PNR that just didn’t get there. The main characters actually have anti-chemistry due to the jerkness of the guy. I don’t see why the woman likes him, at all. Is it the dream sex?
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Cause that is the only time that they seem to have chemistry. So at the beginning it seemed like that rhyannnon be pretty good but There were a couple of dreamscapes that were lightly erotic and showed a possibility.
Then the whole, why she is there, it takes forever for her to tell him and forever for him to listen and not run away. Then neither understands anything. Mid-point new people that explain the whole world and whys final come into play. Well that just pulled me completely out of the relationship. And then he is pushing away again, for more angsty reasons and I’m thinking Then runs away, sorry for the spoiler but it is deserved.
I guess it is some hunher of bond, except that isn’t explained well. This really seems like it is a drawn out attracts through mental dreams that is drawn out through angsty worry. Then a lot of out of the relationship, slog, through world building. The yunger might have been interesting if either of the main characters had any information but it was all new people that we don’t care about. Looked good at the time but only OK. At least it wasn’t out right bad.
I had one of those recently. This at least had a world that was good in some ways and some good sex scenes. Not much of a relationship though. Maybe the second book would be better as there would be different characters and the MC not such a dick, and the woman, not such a doormat.
Maybe, just maybe I’ll pick up book 2. View all 3 comments. The hero in this book almost ruined the entire story for ryannon. She was only trying to help but he selfishly refused to consider how his attempt to ignore the obvious change in himself would cause for bbyrd people to die, plus he hurt the heroine again and again with his actions.
He didn’t want humger be close to anyone ever but we were never given a good reason why. He just came off like a selfish rude jerk, ege I wasn’t sure how The hero in this book almost ruined the entire story for me. He just came off like a selfish rude jerk, so I wasn’t sure how I was supposed to want the heroine to end up with him.
It took WAY too long for him to open up to the heroine, it just really ruined the story for me. The rest of the plot was okay. I will try the next book because the excerpt was pretty rhyqnnon and maybe I will like it since Ian will not be ruining it for me. May 21, Gardavson rated it did not like it Shelves: Sheer and utter crap. This author is obviously an erotica writer trying to cross over.
In te first third of the edgr, I was thinking, there is no way this belongs on a Walmart shelf. My problem, however, isn’t necessarily with hungef. The first third was composed of basically two strangers either having sex, thinking about sex, or well, thinking about sex. But, there was no real plot. There was the promise of a plot, hint of a plot, but it never got into a plot. Molly was there to give a wa Sheer and utter crap. Molly was there to give a warning to Ian from his dead mother.
Never, during the course of the book, did it ever become clear what the warning was. He was in danger. People around him were in danger.
And elusions to a “merrick” and “casus”. So pretty much, I waded thru the steam scenes, which were ok, waiting to find out what a merrick and casus were. Half way thru the book I finally figuted out which one was the hyrd guy. But I still didn’t even know what either one really were.