There’s been a wicked attraction between SWAT werewolf Trey Duncan and medical examiner Samantha Mills since the two met, but Trey’s never worked up the nerve to ask her out. So when Samantha says she wants to cash in the favor Trey owes her for a date, it seems like the perfect time to confess his true feelings.
But the trouble with wolves is that they’re never far from danger, and this time Trey is going up against a monster the likes of which his Dallas SWAT team has never seen…
This time it’s going to take everything Trey and Samantha have to crack the case and protect each other.
A werewolf SWAT member hero and a human medical examiner heroine with lots of cute flirtation and an action-packed story? Yes, please! I was immediately hooked by Rogue Wolf’s premise and couldn’t get enough.
Paige Tyler is a new-to-me author that I am absolutely going to pick up again; and despite not having any previous knowledge of this series, I found it so easy to follow along and became completely engaged in the characters lives and the mystery of the serial killer on the loose.
There was a level of nostalgia and comfort in this book that I find hard to explain but I felt nevertheless. It’s a book and a series that I would very easily pick up again and again.
The hero, Trey, is the perfect blend of alpha male and cinnamon roll. He’s so ridiculously sweet but also can be tough and take charge when he needs to. The heroine, Samantha, was a smart cookie and could hold her own when it comes to flirting with a certain cute, secret werewolf, or extracting info from the baddie. And the overall story? Crazy — in a very entertaining way!
There is a lot going on in this fictional world that I wasn’t expecting (possibly because it’s the twelfth book in the series and the first book I’ve read) but I look forward to going back to the beginning of the series and working my way through the rest! Personally, I think Rogue Wolf can be read as a standalone as I don’t feel like I missed anything too important by starting later in the series and all of the necessary side characters and information is explained well. But I am actually excited to go back to book one and meet all the side characters in order!
Disclaimer: Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca and Netgalley for the arc in exchange for an honest review.