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The Case of the Wicked Wolf by Amber Kell, R. J. Scott
Series: End Street Detective Agency #2
Published by Totally Bound Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa
The more P.I. Sam Enderson tries to steer clear of the paranormal community the more he seems to get sucked into their troubles. He’s been hired by Alpha Hartman Hunter to find his missing daughter Shelby. While digging for information Sam and his vampire lover Bob discover that a whole slew of paranormal children are also missing.
Frantic over Shelby’s disappearance, Hartman swallows his pride and asks the one man he’d vowed never to seek out again, demon Danjal Naamah, his ex-lover and mate. The Alpha turned his back on Dan for the sake of his pack long ago. Now, he’ll do anything, including asking his mate to use his magic to find Shelby.
Old promises, a broken heart, nothing matters anymore except finding the kidnapped children. Sam and Bob are combing the streets for answers while Hart and Dan use magical means to locate them. They will save the children, no matter the cost.
A well written mystery with layers of suspense and drama, The Case of the Wicked Wolf triumphs. The characters draw the reader into the story where paranormals and humans happily (for the most part) co-exist and capture our imagination. Easily understood as a standalone tale this plotline thoroughly engages the reader as well. The Case of the Wicked Wolf features intelligent dialogue, realistic tension, and complicated romances. You will be sorry to see the last page in this thrilling tale.