He's a werewolf
She's his mate
Her family would kill to keep them apart
A wolf in Landry Cooper's position doesn't really do the dating scene—there's simply no time when he's taking out bad guys practically every day of the week. But when he meets beautiful Everly Danu during a bank robbery, he's sure she's The One for him. The problem: she has no idea what Cooper really is...until his secret is exposed and she discovers the man she thought she knew is a monster in disguise.
SWAT (Special Wolf Alpha Team) Series
Hungry Like the Wolf (Book 1)
Wolf Trouble (Book 2)
In the Company of Wolves (Book 3)
To Love a Wolf (Book 4)
Praise for Paige Tyler:
"SWAT is hot, hot, HOT!"—Kerrelyn Sparks, New York Times bestselling author
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To Love a Wolf (SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #4) by Paige Tyler
Paige Tyler’s To Love a Wolf is a thrilling addition to the SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team Series. SWAT officer Landry Cooper saves the life of Everly Danu. He is certain she is the one, but when her family discovers that he is a werewolf, they try to keep them apart. This PNR/Urban Fantasy novel takes place in Dallas, Texas. It is suitable for adults.
To Love a Wolf has become my new favorite book in this series. I could not put it down. One exciting thing happened after the other. I was impressed with Paige Tyler’s EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) knowledge. I wasn’t surprised when I read in the acknowledgement that her husband and writing partner was a former Army EOD for twenty years. It was obvious in the writing. The novel was extremely credible. I like how the story started with how Landry was turned while her served in the army outside Samarra City, Iraq in 2009. I also, loved its relevance in the story.
The characters are well-developed and likeable. It was great that Gage’s and Mac’s (from book one) wedding was in this story. I appreciate how close the SWAT team is. Landry is the wolf all the other guys always go to for advice. It was interesting to see that tables turned on him in this story. I like Everly. Her family’s background was an interesting twist to the story. They are understandable overprotective over her.
SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team is an excellent series for anyone who enjoys PNR/Urban Fantasy with a law enforcement element. I am looking forward to Alex Trevino story.
Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.