A dark alpha romance set in a world of paranormal special operatives. He's a wolf shifter. She hunts monsters. But the heat between them is undeniable.
SWAT werewolf Zane Kendrick is on a hunt to take down the man who attacked his pack. He has a duty to the other shifters, and he's not going to be swayed by the smart, sexy agent who comes to his aid. But there's no denying his wolf instincts telling him to do everything he can to protect her—his one true mate.
FBI agent Alyssa Carson is supposed to be working on a case, not getting distracted by the dark promises in Zane's eyes. But this gorgeous alpha is hard to ignore, particularly when he's whispering to her in his British accent. If she doesn't get her head in the game and start finding answers, both she and Zane could be at risk. As the stakes ratchet up, it'll take everything they have to make it out of this mission with their lives—and hearts—intact.
Get ready for some serious smoldering: This shifter romance includes a protective alpha (with a British accent!) who falls for a woman who's supposed to be his enemy, high action and high heat, and a sinister subplot that will leave readers gasping.
Tyler's ninth Special Wolf Alpha Team action-tinged romance (after Wolf Rising) delivers a hot love story and plenty of suspense with a paranormal twist. British-born werewolf Zane Kendrick carries a burden of trauma from his military tour of Afghanistan and the awful events that forced his first shape-shift. He sees himself as a monster who pays his penance by protecting others. FBI agent Alyssa Carson isn't a typical fed; she's more of a lone wolf type, a member of a special team who hunt what goes bump in the night. Their paths cross in Los Angeles, where Zane and two of his packmates are searching for the police chief who tried to have the Dallas pack wiped out, and Alyssa is following up on several kidnappings. Zane recognizes Alyssa as his soulmate, but he fears the monster he hides within will frighten her off before they can bond. A touch of tongue-in-cheek humor tempers the tension the wolf pack occasionally acts more like a bunch of golden retrievers distracted by a thrown tennis ball and Tyler's attention to small details and inclusion of appealing secondary characters will ensure reader satisfaction. This isn't a remarkable installment, but there's plenty here to keep fans happy.