Genres: Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Released on 6 June 2017
Laissez les bon temps roulez for Remy and a few others of the SWAT team when training brings them to the Big Easy. A high school crush, a voodoo shop, a crime boss, and Remy must bring out the wolf to get the job done.
Wolf Hunt is the sixth installment of the action-packed SWAT series featuring a secret Alpha werewolf pack dedicated to each other and their work as DPD SWAT. If I had one hang up about the last few books, as much as I liked them, they were starting to feel a little same ol’ thing. Well that certainly got addressed with a fresh setting and some filling in and expansion of the werewolf lore in this one.
Remy, unlike the others, has no desire to find his The One after loving and losing, but now that is being confused with a high school crush returned to his life and a second chance for both of them since Triana crushed on him, too. I enjoyed the dynamics of their romance even as I looked for a cool glass of refreshment after reading their smoldering encounters.
The action side of the story was a two-pronged current drug investigation and an older cold case. It was great getting some good SWAT werewolf action.
In summary, I loved how this latest story, Wolf Hunt, breathed new life into the series and look forward to what is to come as the confrontation with the werewolf hunters edges ever closer for the SWAT wolves. If you love a combo of paranormal and romantic suspense, this is a great series to pick up.
My thanks to Sourcebooks Casablanca for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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