Wolf shifter and SWAT Officer Max Lowry falls hard for she-wolf Lana Mason, but things spiral out of control when wolf hunters track her down, and Max realizes Lana has no idea who—or what—she really is.
Across a crowded room, Max scents something intoxicating and discovers a lovely lady at the end of the trail. How is it she’s a werewolf like him, but doesn’t seem to know it? Between the hunters, a domestic violence case, and figuring out how to break the furry news to Lana, Max’s story was one fantastic action and passion-filled ride.
Wolf Hunger is book 7 in the SWAT series about the fabulous SWAT team alpha werewolves who work to fight crime, keep ahead of the merciless werewolf hunters, and find their The Ones. They are best enjoyed in order particularly because of the ongoing build of the SWAT werewolf world, the development of friendships and the hunter arc, but also because why miss even one of these caliente hot werewolf cops?
Max was an appealing guy from the beginning. He had a tough past and a new chance to turn his life around which he took and made good. I loved his every day joe personality who works hard, but doesn’t fight against what is truly good for him. He had a refreshing attitude about finding that perfect female out there in that he wasn’t a commitophobe nor a denial expert. He’s tender-hearted, passionate, and just an all-around nice guy who happens to have a to die for body and a fierce set of fangs and claws he employs when necessary.
Lana was also a fabulous character. She’s sweet, but steady. She’s new to everything Max throws at her, but her balk is sensible under the circumstances. She is honest and honest with herself most of all- whew, you do not know how refreshing I find that. She loves and respects her parents, but stands on her own principles. Just like she sees what a good thing Max is and doesn’t make it difficult.
The conflict in this story came from the outside of the romance. Max and Lana discover that the hunters are hot on her trail even before she even knows what she is. It got intense and exciting. And oh my, we gets some big revelations and further twists with that storyline. And man, I got a choked up moment when the ruthlessness of the hunters really hits the SWAT guys and their big werewolf family hard.
All in all, Wolf Hunger left me salivating for more SWAT stories. The series isn’t just good, but seems to get stronger if possible. I would point romantic suspense and paranormal romance lovers at these books.
My thanks to Sourcebooks Casablanca for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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