Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Book Review: To Love A Wolf by Paige Tyler


Book Description

He's a werewolf
She's his mate
Her family would kill to keep them apart

A wolf in Landry Cooper's position doesn't really do the dating scene-there's simply no time when he's taking out bad guys practically every day of the week. But when he meets beautiful Everly Danu during a bank robbery, he's sure she's The One for him. The problem: she has no idea what Cooper really is...until his secret is exposed and she discovers the man she thought she knew is a monster in disguise.

My Review

Everly finds herself in danger while working a a bank teller. But Cooper is in line and is a SWAT member and also a werewolf so he can sense that something bad is about to go down. Cooper is attracted to Everly right away and has an overpowering urge to keep her safe so when the bank robbers try to use Everly as a hostage, putting her in even more danger, Cooper let's his inner wolf come forward enough to stop the robbers. But just because he didn't transform completely doesn't mean that him being able to throw a fully grown human through a window will go unnoticed by his superiors. 

Since Everly also feels a pull towards Copper, when they decide to start dating, the pull for both of them is very strong. It's not long before Everly wants to bring Cooper over to meet her father and brother's. We learn that Everly's mother was killed by someone when Everly was just a child. Things seem to be going really well and her family seemed to like him and then the next minute, out of nowhere they want her to stop seeing him. It was pretty easy for me to see what happened to make them feel that way but Everly was clueless and so was Cooper until the brother's let him know what's going on. 

All the while the family drama is making it hard for Cooper and Everly to see each other, there's also someone making bombs and setting them off. Swat is hot on the trail on the bomber and there's a great twist with this storyline. 

I enjoyed this book very much.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.