To Love a Wolf
Members of the Dallas SWAT team are quite a bit different from other officers. They’re all werewolves, handpicked to serve, protect and use their special skills to keep the city safe. Officer Landry Cooper, formerly a Navy EOD Tech, has been working with the local FBI office to catch a serial bomber. When he gets caught up in a bank robbery during his off hours Landry is put on administrative leave after using too much force to stop it. Hiding the wolfish side of himself can be difficult in stressful situations; however it was his attraction to Everly Danu who was a hostage in the bank that made him slip up and catch the attention of Internal Affairs.
Everly is swept off her feet by the handsome SWAT officer who saved her life. He’s funny, easy to talk to and seems like the most open man she’s ever dated before. Her attraction to Landry comes easily but she’s a little scared by how quickly her feelings turn from lust into a deeper emotional connection. For Landry, that instant bond with Everly confirms his theory that she’s his ONE, a true mate for the rest of their lives. Of course Everly has no idea that he’s a werewolf and things get further complicated when Landry’s Navy buddy resurfaces in Dallas needing his help. Everything comes crashing down on Landry when Everly’s family discovers his secret and reveals the truth to her before he can. Will their new love survive her fears about his nature?
Along with the other books in Paige Tyler’s S.W.A.T. series, To Love a Wolf makes a point of keeping one foot firmly in reality while crafting a whole paranormal world. Landry is constantly having to balance the wolf within him with the man that he’s always been and there are great moments of action when Landry uses his knowledge of explosives and military tactics to save his teammates from the bomber who is terrorizing the city. New readers will enjoy how focused the story is on its characters and the lives they lead over the supernatural world they’re a part of.