I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Paige Tyler
Released: December 6th 2016
Series: SWAT #5
Published by Sourcebook Casablanca
“I would give this a recommend if you like Romantic Suspense with a touch of Paranormal, especially if you love shifters.”
~ Under the Covers
In book five of the SWAT series by Paige Tyler, readers finally get Alex Trevino’s story. If you’re an animal lover, I have a feeling you’re going to like this one because there are plenty of sweet moments between some animals and Alex and Lacey.
Lacey is a vet who becomes instantly attracted to Alex when they first meet. Problem is, when he asks her out, she turns him down, explaining that she’s very busy. But when Lacey’s sister is kidnapped, she regrets turning the wolf shifter away because now she needs him more than ever.
I liked this book but I don’t think it’s my favorite in the series. The words seem to flow easily into one another but I don’t think the scenes would stand out in my mind as favorites. It’s hard to say because while I liked the story, it does feel a little bit safe to me. Whereas some of the other books have something exciting going on, this one seems a little toned down.
Although this is part of a larger series, I still think each book works as a standalone because there’s a resolution at the end of each book for the case they are working on. The only thing is you’ll often catch a lot of banter between the other characters which is the only real thing connecting the books together so I would give this a recommend if you like Romantic Suspense with a touch of Paranormal, especially if you love shifters.
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