New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Paige Tyler brings excitement, action and adventure that’ll leave you breathless!
Fierce werewolf alphas determined to protect, no matter the cost.
Steamy romance as breath-taking as the action.
Thrilling international intrigue you can escape into.
KEEP YOUR TEAM CLOSE AND YOUR ENEMIES CLOSER…
Werewolf agent Caleb Lynch takes the lead on STAT’s newest case: to track down the thieves who stole nuclear weapons from the air force. His best lead points him to a brother-sister duo with a shady record, but Caleb sees something in the mysterious woman that could change his whole world.
Brielle Fontaine’s supernatural abilities are a force to be reckoned with, making her one of STAT’s biggest threats and a most useful ally. But Brielle is suspicious of anyone who might use her for their own gain, so she keeps most people at a distance—that is, until she meets werewolf Caleb Lynch.
When Brielle, Caleb, and the other STAT agents come under fire from supernatural terrorists seeking to start a war, the attraction between them could lead to something much more explosive…
Another great read by Paige Tyler. This is the second book of Tyler’s that I’ve read and each has been an action-packed, thrilling tale with unforgettable characters. In a word: enjoyable! True Wolf is the third installment in the Special Threat Assessment Team (STAT) series and follows Caleb the Omega and fellow supernatural, Brielle.
Caleb and Brielle’s romance was sweet and I loved that Tyler took her time building their relationship together. They each had their own personal issues they needed to work through while simultaneously growing together as a couple. As previously mentioned, there was also a lot of action going on as STAT investigates those threatening to destroy the world.
True Wolf had lots of thrills, a great cast of characters, and a great paranormal love story. Overall, I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys paranormal romance and/or romantic suspense.
Disclaimer: I received an arc from Sourcebooks Casablanca and reviewed it voluntarily.