TO LOVE A WOLF by Paige Tyler

TO LOVE A WOLF by Paige Tyler
To Love A Wolf
by Paige Tyler

Series: SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #4
Published by Sourcebooks Genres: Paranormal, Suspense
Source: Publisher


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.

Paige Tyler’s To Love A Wolf is sensational!  I’m totally in love with Landry and Everly!  Being in the wrong place at the wrong time turns out oh so right for Landry and Everly.  While I wouldn’t choose to meet “The One” during a bank robbery it couldn’t be hotter for these two.  It’s obvious Everly and Landry are soulmates from the moment they meet.  Their chemistry flies off the pages.  It’s too bad for them they have so many obstacles in their way.  However, it makes for excellent reading.


I have been excited to learn more about S.W.A.T. officer Landry Cooper for a while now and I was not disappointed.  He is such a sexy and honorable character which makes him the perfect man for artist Everly Danu.  I love Tyler’s use of suspense in her novels. You would think that after starting with a jarring prologue and a bank robbery things would then slow down but no way! The heat rises in Dallas as we discover there is a bomber on the loose.


Wait…that’s not all! There is plenty more drama in store for this couple as they deal with a disapproving family and friends in need.  To Love A Wolf packs a punch!  I couldn’t get enough of it!


Tyler’s S.W.A.T.: Special Wolf Alpha Team series only gets hotter with To Love A Wolf.

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