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: June 6th 2017
Series: SWAT #6
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
“The instalove was almost immediate and I found that extremely strange.”
~ Under the Covers
WOLF HUNT is the sixth installment to the SWAT series. I’ve been on and off this series for some time now. While I really enjoyed the first couple of books, I have been a little less impressed by the newer ones. Going into this book, I was really hoping for a win.
For me, this book is an okay one. It starts off very well with the opening chapter. I found that I was intrigued by Remy because of the fact that he lost someone who he loved dearly. That was really nice to see in the beginning. But what I didn’t understand is that in the very next chapter, he instantly falls in love with the heroine of this book. I think Triana is a very nice character but the instalove was almost immediate and I found that extremely strange since I expected him to be still hurt over losing his previous lover. I just didn’t see the point of having the two chapters together.
I liked this series because it used to be a good balance of Romantic Suspense and Paranormal Romance. However, I do think that the author has changed things and made it more Suspense oriented. I do feel like the paranormal aspect has taken a backseat and the worldbuilding isn’t as good. Since I do prefer PNR over Romantic Suspense, I’m not sure if I’ll be continuing this series. I feel like the focus has really changed from the first couple of books, which I was a big fan of.
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