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.Wolf Trouble by Paige Tyler
Series: SWAT #2
Narrator: Abby Craden
Published by Tantor Audio on Aug 4, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Length: 8 hrs 26 min
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There's never been a female on the Dallas SWAT team and Senior Corporal Xander Riggs prefers it that way. The elite pack of alpha male wolfshifters is no place for a woman. But Khaki Blake is no ordinary woman.
When Khaki walks through the door attractive as hell and smelling like heaven, Xander doesn't know what the heck to do. Worse, she's put under his command and Xander's protective instincts go on high alert. When things start heating up both on and off the clock, it's almost impossible to keep their heads in the game and their hands off each other . . .
Wolf Trouble pushed the SWAT series more into the paranormal suspense romance genre. The werewolf elements are stronger than in book 1, Hungry Like the Wolf because we get to see the first female werewolf in the series deal with shifting issues.
My biggest issue with Wolf Trouble is the heroine’s name, Khaki. I can’t believe there wasn’t any kind of jokes made about her name from some of the other characters. I felt like Ms. Tyler could have had some fun with that. But really over the first installment in the series, I enjoyed Khaki and Xander’s romance more and the plot line. Although I thought that the plot line with the bank robbers and the another character was going to tie into each other so I was glad to have some mystery. It’s always hard to wrap up in a story when you have it all figured out by chapter 2.
Abby Craden is one of my favorite narrators and that partly due to her husky voice that works really well for the male characters while still making the female characters feminine. Ms. Craden’s delivery of Wolf Trouble was everything I’ve come to expect from her work.
Wolf Trouble is full of sexy times, danger, and HEA; while it’s the second book in the SWAT series it can be read as a standalone.