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.
LOL, here I am as per usual, starting an established series at book 12…
(But I started the spin-off series at #2! Can I get credit for that?
Also an aside: worked fine as a standalone, though we see just enough of other characters and hints at some backstories to make me add all of the ones that weren’t already on my TBR to it)
Rogue Wolf was a great end-of-summer-weekend, don’t-want-to-put-it-down kind of read. The characters were fun (Samantha’s internal dialogue was especially hilarious at times) and easy to root for, even while you are gritting your teeth and telling them just tell him/her [their secret(s)] already! The action was edge of your seat, and so was the suspense–I literally didn’t want to put this down at times. What was actually going on was waaaaaaay out there (even for a series featuring werewolves!) but OMG still gripping, and the (new? I think? I did a quick online search and didn’t find anything) creature Ms Tyler had out there terrorizing humanity was truly terrifying.
All in all, this was one heck of a read! I can’t wait to go back and read the backlist to see Samantha and Trey in the “before” times (and all the other couples find their HEAs, of course! ;))
Rating: 4 stars / A-
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.