Stone Cold Fox (Cougarville #3)

~ARC was given by the publisher via NetGalley.~

This is the 3rd book of the series. The story actually starts at the end of Cougar Bait.

The transition of each book is really good. Smooth and you do not have to look at the previous books for guidance.

I must say, I love Reese , he may be a big man, but his heart is pure and I love the way he treats Jo.

I can’t fault Jo with her reasons. After all, what happened to her was beyond and it truly hurts a person. Her personality is great too. However, gaining trust is never easy. Yet, as the book goes from chapter to chapter you can’t help but feel to trust a man like Reese.

As for Reese, how can one not fall in love with his kind of kindness, and patience? I half wished that my man was like him, even for a bit. He was this gentle charm, deadly, but sweet…in his tiny form.

The mystery and the action of the book is also quite good. The problem is slowly being introduce in the series. Which is actually pretty nice. Readers needs to kept on their seat as the read this series. Which alpha will have his mate? And who are the people behind the massive killings?

The series it self is good, from the lore to the way it end, up to the opening of the next book. There is a continuity that is actually good for those who reads series.

I look forward to reading the next book in this series.


Drakon’s Plunder (Blood of the Drakon, #3)

Drakon's Plunder

Life is not going well for archaeologist Sam Bellamy. She’s stuck in the middle of the ocean on a salvage boat with people who want her dead. It wasn’t her gift for being able to sense objects of power that got her here, rather her need to make a secret society called the Knights of the Dragon pay for killing her mentor. Sam doesn’t believe in dragons, but the Knights do, and if she can get one of the sacred artifacts they’re searching for away from them, she’ll consider it payback.

Ezra Easton is content to run his marine salvage company and live alone on his private island. He may be a four-thousand-year-old water drakon, but he’s civilized enough to know just because he pulls an injured woman from the ocean, doesn’t mean he gets to keep her…

When she wakes up, she has a few tall tales to share, and it seems the Knights are after her. But this drakon won’t give up his treasure.


ARC from NetGalley.

This is the third book of the series. It revolves around Ezra, a water dragon.

This was a really good story. From the start to the finish, it has certain coherence. Most especially, Sam. From the very beginning of the book, we see her as someone who will do everything to acquire the relic in the ocean to destroy it. She does not know what she had entered; all she knows is that she needs to avenge her mentor’s death.

Along came Ezra.

I love how she tried her best to protect him, even though he is has been doing it far longer than she have known him. I cannot call it love at first sight, lust, yes, but the love came from the constant worry of hers. Well, the dragon half of him knows from the beginning, but that is given. It’s the man that has to come to a realization.

It’s a book that would satisfy your love for treasures and love. how a drakon, finds his other half and does everything to protect the person who is more important than the richest he had amassed for a hundred years.

He now has what two of his brother’s holds dear…

A mate.

I look forward to reading the last brother’s story.

Review: Fierce Obsessions

Fierce Obsessions
Fierce Obsessions by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

~ARC from NetGalley.~

Finally! They have a story! After along time of waiting we finally get, to read about them. And man! I was not expecting the intensity of Tao feeling! It literary blew me away!

I really liked Tao in this book. We get to know why is the Head Enforcer, and man, does he take his position seriously. But who knew that he is worst than of the mated males in the pack? I mean he snapped the Alpha’s grandmother’s head because of a remark…and it was priceless!!!

I understand where Riley is coming from. I mean, She lost the people that she loved, and yet the pack that was suppose to protect her did nothing when the incident happened. How can you build trust if the people around you are like that?

I love it when Tao’s things when missing. There’s this wryness and the love all rolled into one. I love how the treat each other.

“What if a mating bond doesn’t snap into place? I know you think it will, but what if it doesn’t?”
“Hear me when I say this: It doesn’t matter to me if you’re the other half of my soul or not. You’re in my soul. I don’t know how you got there, I really don’t, but you are.”

This conversation was the best, you can really feel the insecurities of Riley. The way Tao responded was priceless!

It is never easy to love after losing the people you care about. Yet Tao’s persistence and the love of the Phoenix Pack made it possible for her to feel again. The way the book was written was one of the best story that I have read from this author. I am hoping Dom would have his book. That will truly be entertaining to read!

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Luca (Ruin & Revenge, #2)

Luca by Sarah Castille

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

~ARC given by the publisher via NetGalley.~

This is the first time that I have read this kind of book, and I must say, it was a really awesome story. I mean, all I can say is wow!

Its intense but you can see how much he cares for Gabrielle, given that she is a police detective, but man! I was unable to put my phone down because the story kept me on my seat.

I so love Luca. Especially the way he cares for his son. This line just breaks my heat thought:

“And you were angry. I’m sorry I don’t look like you.”

It breaks my heart to read this. A six year old asking for forgiveness because he do not look like his father. Just because of a woman words. It was the tipping point for me. Even after a month of reading this book, these words slay me.

As the ending of the closes, I was happy that he found closure. That all of my questions as I read the book were answered. It was a good clean ending for this book. I cannot wait for the next book in the series.

The Legend (Sons of Texas, #3)


The Legend

by Donna Grant

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They live to protect. They live to fight for honor and justice. They live to love the women who have captured their souls. These are the Sons of Texas, from New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant.
In The Legend, Callie Reed doesn’t need a man to protect her. An expert sharpshooter and renegade hacker, this Texas-born spitfire’s got the skills and the courage to stand up to any danger—no matter how deadly. But when she becomes the target of a shadowy organization known as the Saints, Callie is forced to team up with the one man she can’t outshoot: the gorgeous, and infuriating, Lone Star legend named Wyatt Loughman…

A Delta Force Colonel with a rock-hard body and stone-cold heart, Wyatt has been teasing and tormenting Callie since they were playmates on his family’s ranch. Of course, he’s wildly attracted to the fiery, strong-willed Callie. But he’s always hidden his feelings behind a wall of Texas tough and military cool, even as he’s burning up with desire. Can Wyatt save Callie’s life—without putting her love in the line of fire?


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~ARC from the publisher via NetGalley.

The book that I have been waiting for!

Wyatt and Callie.

As I have mentioned on my previous post on the second book, I was really waiting for this book to arrive.

From the start of book one, I knew that there was something about Wyatt that made my want to read his book and I was right.

It is not easy to love someone so deeply, that you have to leave because you thought that you are giving this person a chance to grow, more importantly, you are trying your best to save not just the person you love but of your self of the heartache when that person leaves you. Being in Wyatt shoes? He is truly a Legend. But more what I love about him, is that he loves Callie too much.

I really understand where he is coming from, but the fact that he had to literately and physical remove his emotions to the point that he had to make sure his brothers are safe? That is one testament that he loves too deeply. And yet he is afraid to show it.

As the story goes, we are shown the scarifies that Wyatt had done to make sure that Callie is safe. Boy oh boy! If that did not queue you on how he feels, maybe the way his thought ran would. It was borderline heartbreaking, at the same time, I wanna kick him in the nuts for thinking like that.

Well, he is man, so… what else is new?

“Love is always complicated. What you need to ask yourself is if you can live without her. If you can’t, then you’ve gotta do something.”

These words was said by one of the sub characters in the book, And it was one heck of an eye opener.

Callie on the other hand, I love her attitude. Also her wits, and her bravery, but most of all, I love how much she love Wyatt. The pain will always be there, and yet, true love cannot be denied. I cried. Especially on how she faced the Saints. She is one woman, that everyone should be. Well, at least on my world that is.

He wasn’t whole unless he was with her.

This really tears me up. It made me realize why I love reading Ms. Grant’s books.
It’s all about emotions. How she manipulates them. How she brings it so alive in her books. Especially, the emotions on a past love that is so strong, remembering them, would bring you to your knees. Donna Grant’s books makes you want to hold on to the person you love and never let go. Because if you do, you will forever live a life without knowing what true love is.

Friendly, caring, kind, sweet, passionate, all consuming, and forever. That is how Ms. Grant’s books are for me.

As I close this review, I am left wondering…

Is this truly the end? Or will there be another one. Because, they are still hunted, and I would love to see them hunt for those who wrong them.

Say Yes to the Scot: A Highland Wedding Box Set


Say Yes to the Scot

A Highland Wedding Box Set

by Lecia Cornwall, Anna Harrington, 

May McGoldrick, and Sabrina York


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Say Yes To The Scot


You are formally invited to the Highland wedding event of the year. These four lasses are about to meet their matches in an original digital anthology featuring stories from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sabrina York, Lecia Cornwall, Anna Harrington, and May McGoldrick.

In this retelling of The Princess and The Pea, Laird Alex Munro of Culmore has just five weeks to find a bride and marry her…or else the clan will be cursed with ill luck. Cait MacLeod finds herself caught in a clan feud, and when she tries to stop a deadly raid, she ends up as Alex Munro’s prisoner. With timing running out, is this couple meant to be?

A MATCH MADE IN HEATHER by Anna Harrington
She was the laird’s daughter. He was nothing more than a penniless, nameless Scot with nothing to offer but his heart. Fate tore them apart, but now he’s back in her life with status, money and a title. Can they let go of past hurts and find love?

Their marriage was two decades in the making. The young, educated woman and her highland, pirate husband, betrothed when they were still children. But on the day of their wedding, Elizabeth Hay and Alexander Macpherson are in for a surprise.

THE SCOT SAYS I DO by Sabrina York
Catherine Ross’s world is turned upside down when her brother gambles away every penny they own. But to make matters worse? He’s lost everything to none other than Duncan Mackay, the rugged Scot who Catherine loved for years–but he never noticed her, and now she positively loathes him. But her brother’s in danger of going to Newgate, and the despicable Duncan has a plan– she can claim back the money and save her brother. If she marries him…


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~ARC from the publisher via NetGalley. ~
How a Lass Wed a Highlander by Lecia Cornwall

Another MacLeod, has found her HEA in the arms of Laird Alex Munro of Culmore. Their story was a bit too close to death. Since there is a stipulation that should be met in their story.


Or so the curse say. Suffice to say, some of the people in the clan believed it. Hence they did something to avoid it.

However, Fate had other plans. Cait MacLeod finds herself caught in a clan feud, where in she just wanted to help. She was suppose to be a prisoner, and yet she captivated half of the clan’s people.

I enjoyed reading this book. It was sweet and simple. I like how hard Alex tired to ignore his feeling for Cait, but the way she showed her character made him really love her.


The ending was fitting. And everyone got their HEA.

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Alex opened the door of the little storeroom on the third floor of the old tower.

Moonlight filtered in through the arrow slit and illuminated the pile of mattresses. Alex stared it. “Ye sleep . . . up there?” he asked.

Cait nodded.

He leaned on the doorframe and took note of the stacked crates. “And ye climb up?”

“Yes,” she said. She shrugged. “I’ve grown quite used to it. I don’t mind. I may have a similar bed made when I get ho—” she paused. “At Rosecairn.”

He looked at her. She stood in the center of the floor, her russet hair bright copper in the moonlight, her eyes luminous. He couldn’t look away. Desire flared all over again. Hector was one of his own, his clansman. His captain. But the thought of giving Cait to Baird tore at him.

“I mind,” he said, his voice thick as he looked at her sky-high bed again. “I find I mind very much.”

He looked back at her. She waited silently, her eyes on his.

“Alex? If I must marry Baird, I would like . . . that is, just once, I want—you.” She held out her hand to him. It was white in the moonlight, pure and pale, and for a moment he stared at her long fingers without moving. “I want you as a woman wants a man. I want to know what it’s like to be loved, because I can’t imagine wanting Baird like I want you. Will you stay with me tonight, while we are both still free?”

He wanted it too, wanted her, before he had to marry Fiona, or Nessa, or Coria, or Sorcha. He stepped into the room and kicked the door shut. He took her hand and pulled her into his arms. He kissed her once, gently, and stood looking down at her upturned face. “You’re beautiful,” he whispered. “I wish—” She put her finger to his lips.

“Just this, now.”

He took her hand, kissed her fingers, her knuckles, then claimed her lips. She pressed herself to him, kissed him back, and he moaned softly and wrapped his arms around her, claimed her mouth, deepened the kiss.

She was his. If only for this night.


A Match Made in Heather by Anna Harrington

This is the first time that I will read a book from this author. This was a good story. Revenge was the main feeling of main hero. During the time period of this story, social standings was more important than love, and at the same time, family loyalty.

As I was reading this story there are some parts that made me cry. They love each other so much that it hurts to read some of the lines in the book. However, the most captivating words that I have read was this:

“The most important families aren’t the ones we’re born into, but the ones we choose”.

Somehow, no matter how much you love the family you are born into, there are times you have to let go especially if they are the ones that causes you pain, and you can never find happiness no matter what you do. Love is a two way street. If you are willing to give it, but love is not returned, it is not called Love anymore.

The past may have hurt them, but the her relatives that saw how much pain they caused, made the effort to bring them together.

Love is sweeter the second time around, and it is certainly true on this story.

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“We would have lived in a cottage just like this,” she whispered, barely a sound passing her lips, “if we’d married.” Her belly tightened at the glimpse of the life they might have shared, spreading out before her. Once she’d wanted nothing more than to be his wife, keep his home, have his children . . . “We would have been happy here.”

“You would have been miserable,” he corrected gently.

She whispered, “Not with you.”

“Especially with me.” He shook his head at the futility of what she was suggesting. “Can you honestly tell me that you would have been happy living in a place like this, two rooms so poorly furnished that we would have been lucky to have a table to eat from, let alone any food on the plates? No pretty dresses or beeswax candles, no books, certainly no tea or sugar, no velvet or ribbons.” He reached out and tugged at the shoulder of her riding habit, adding, “No Rowland tartan for you or our bairn. Your father would have made certain of it.”

“I would still have been a Rowland by birth.” Resentment began to pulse inside her. “Entitled to wear the tartan.”

“You would have become a McGuiness. You would have been nothing.” His jaw tightened. “Just as I was.”

“Don’t say that! I loved you, more than—” The words choked in her throat. When they came, they were little more than a breath. “More than I’ve loved anyone else in my life.”

He froze, stunned at her unexpected confession.

“Not going with you that night was the most difficult choice I’ve ever had to make.” Her voice shook from the emotion of her admission. “I loved you, Garrick, but I loved my family, too. They needed me to be here with them, to face together all the terrible things that were about to happen to us.”

“A gambling debt?” he bit out. He shook his head, disdain darkening his features. “Terrible for Samuel, surely, but nothing you had to take on yourself.”

She hesitated, wanting nothing more than to tell him everything, to spill her heart and all the dreadful events of that summer—

But she couldn’t. Even now, the pain was still raw, still too difficult to share.

“I wanted to go with you that night,” she answered instead. “I wanted to be your wife and share a home with you, just like this one.” She glanced around her, unprepared for the rush of sadness that swept over her when her eyes landed on the empty cradle in the corner. “And fill it with our own children. There would have been love and happiness . . .” Her voice trailed off, and she drew in a deep breath, pressing her hand against her chest to fight back the memories of the past. The ghosts of a life that would never be. “I had to choose, and I chose my family. But not one day went by that I didn’t regret having to make that decision, not one night when I didn’t wonder what our life would have been like.”

Her gaze met his, and as she stared into his eyes, the rest of the world fell away around them. Just as it did ten years ago whenever his attention was on her, when it seemed only the two of them existed.

“I made the right decision, Garrick, I know I did,” she breathed out in a trembling whisper. “If I had to relive that night, even knowing now what would happen—” Her eyes began to sting as tears blurred his handsome face. She whispered softly, “I would make the same choice.”

He shook his head. “Arabel—”

“But that doesn’t mean I didn’t love you. That I didn’t want a life with you.” All the emotions roiled inside her so fiercely that she had to press a fist against her chest to keep breathing. The pain was unbearable, but the only way to end her misery was to sear the wound completely, to stir up the desolation and grief until no more pain was left. To answer the question that had been haunting her for ten years . . . “Why did you leave, Garrick? You left Kincardine when I . . .” When I needed you most.

“I didn’t have a choice,” he finished with a cutting iciness.

She flinched at the accusation, and old wounds bled anew. “Neither did I,” she admitted. “I’d thought . . .”

“You thought what?” he pressed.

Somehow she found the resolve inside her to not look away. “That you loved me enough to understand,” she whispered as the memories of that night spiraled through her, all the pain and panic, the desperation . . . “That you loved me enough to wait.”


A Midsummer Wedding by May McGoldrick

Well, now, I thought that is was another typical arranged marriage thing but it wasn’t!

I like this story. And most especially I love how The Queen concocted how to bring Elizabeth Hay and Alexander Macpherson together. It was such a lovely plan.


The way the story was written was actually pretty good too. It was very interesting way to back read up to the present. The way they fell in love with each other was the best things about this book.

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Elizabeth suddenly felt the need to talk. If she was going to make good use of this time together, she needed to correct any misunderstandings now.

“I want to explain why I came to you at the tavern,” she began. “Why I pretended to be Clare Seton.”

His gaze was fixed on the fire.

“It was a foolish plan, I know that now. But . . . but the idea was to make you see Clare and her intended and think she was me and . . . and to make you believe that my heart belonged to someone else.”

He looked up at her. “Why? What did you hope to accomplish?” His tone was civil, but his expression was indecipherable.

“I wanted you to walk away from our marriage bargain.”

“What was wrong with meeting me in person? Why couldn’t you simply tell me?”

Reason. Of course, that would have been the logical thing to do. But how could she explain to him that such a thing took courage and at the time she didn’t trust him to initiate the break? That the stakes were so high and she wasn’t thinking straight?

“I should have,” she said finally. “That would have been the wiser course of action. I don’t want to marry you.”

There. It was out. She’d told him the truth. At least, part of it. She didn’t tell him about not wanting to defy her father, about the future she imagined for herself. He was staring again at the fire. She studied his face. There was no change in the relaxed way that he sat against the wall.

He glanced up at her, and something in his expression told Elizabeth that the man was relieved.

“Then . . . you’re fine with this?”

His eyes sparkled in the dark. “Aye,” he said, lifting a knee and resting an arm on it. “Why do you think I was so impatient to see you these past two days? I even sent a letter to you with my squire this afternoon. He passed you with it when you came into the tavern.”

“What did the letter say?” she asked, wanting him to say it. She didn’t want to assume anything.

“I feel no sense of duty toward the agreement binding us together. That deal was made decades ago, and both families have already profited by it. And in return for my freedom, I’ll provide a sizable sum of gold for you to do with as you please.”

“You don’t want to marry me?”

“Blast me if I do. You don’t want to marry me, and I don’t want to marry you either,” he responded, looking like he’d just won the prize pig at the fair. “You can choose anyone you please, so long as it’s not Alexander Macpherson.”


The Scot Says I Do by Sabrina York

The last story of the book, focus on how a love powerful love can be. Duncan Mackay, is a Highlander and he has love Catherine Ross, from afar for such a long time. Due to social standing, he had to do his best to be the man he was at the present. A respected and well known man. Catherine, however had love Duncan since she was just a little girl.


I love this story. Catherine showed how much the highlands has affected her when she is mad. I absolutely loved it! Duncan? Oh! he is such a honest man, that it is impossible not to fall in love with him. From the arrogant way he handled the people he do not like, to the shy way he tried to show he love Catherine, but she is unable to see it at first. As the story continues you can see how much Duncan is in love with Catherine. It is truly a sight.

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“Why do you want to marry me?”

“Oh! That!” He huffed a laugh and then sobered. His lips closed as he pondered the question.

And, really? Did he need to ponder the question?

“Don’t you know?” she snapped.

“Of course. Of course I do. I . . . need a wife.”

He nodded and stepped back, looking rather pleased with himself.

She shook her head and his smug smile deflated like a soufflé. “Any woman will do if you simply need a wife.”

“I need heirs. I have an estate now”—she assumed he meant Peter’s—“and I need heirs.”

“Again. Any brood mare will suffice.”

His brow furrowed. “You are hardly a brood mare.”

“Well, thank you very much for that. But you still have to answer the question. Why do you want to marry me?”

His throat worked again. “Isn’t it obvious?”

She crossed her arms. “Apparently not.”

Another thing it was not, was even remotely romantic, but she supposed a woman in her position knew better than to expect such fribbles.

“Well, you are . . .” He waved at her person. Up and down in an illustrative manner that was not illustrative in the slightest.

“I believe we have established the fact that I am a female of child bearing years.” A brood mare, if you will.

“You are more than that, Catherine.” Ah. Now we were getting somewhere.

“Such as?”

“You are elegant. Genteel. Trained in the art of social niceties. You would make a proper wife.”

She sniffed. She was hardly proper. And she certainly did not care to be proper. “There are a thousand debutantes in London who fit that bill.”

He made such a face that she was tempted to laugh. Had she not been so adamant about discovering his true motives, she might have. “Debutantes? London debutantes? What a revolting thought.”

“I, sir, am one such creature.”

“You are nothing like them, my wee Cat.” His adamant tone stirred her, as did his intent stare. She insisted those feelings recede. “You have a highland heart. You love heather. You ride bareback. You run barefoot in the grass at dawn—”

“Good Lord, Duncan. None of those things are proper. And I did those things when I was a child.” She hadn’t known such joy since her father locked her up in Miss Welles’ Finishing School for Girls in Kent. Despite Elizabeth’s friendship, the school had done much to squeeze the wild child from her soul—a loss she felt deeply, even now. But, apparently, she was a proper English lady doomed to marry a proper English lord, and—

But no. She wasn’t. Not anymore, was she?

How strange that this thought filled her with unaccountable joy.

“You are no’ like them,” Duncan, oblivious to her epiphany, continued on. “You are clever and funny and interesting. Those girls have nothing of interest to say.”

“Most likely because I was ruined early,” she “said, tongue in cheek. “I did spend my formative years with savages, I’m told.”

It took a moment for him to realize she was jesting, and then his glower turned to a smile. “Aye.”

“So you want to marry me because I am better disposed to tolerate your unrefined manners?” She was teasing him now, but frankly, he deserved it.

His face went ruddy and he began to sputter.

“Or because I can converse with you on lower subjects, such as offal and breeding?”


“Or is it—”


“I would stop if you would tell me why you want to marry me—so much that you would blackmail me into saying my vows.”

“It was never my intention to blackmail you.” He seemed offended at the suggestion.

“Really? What were those threats about Newgate for then?”

His brow lowered. “Those were a statement of fact. And to be sure, I doona want a wife who felt compelled to wed me, one who felt trapped with a lesser soul as a husband. In fact, if that is the case, I firmly rescind my offer.” He stared at her for a moment, his eyes red-rimmed, then whirled around to leave the room.

Oh dear. Perhaps she had gone too far. She had not intended to insult or wound him, or disparage his person.

“Duncan.” Her voice was small, but he heard her. He stopped stock still, but did not look at her. “I do not feel that you are a lesser soul. You have to know better than that. You are and always have been one of the finest men I’ve met.” It cost her to admit that because of the bitter waters between them, but it was true.


All in all, the book itself is truly nice. Each story introduces us on how love is still alive after all of the difficulties one couple has. All they need to do is trust each other.

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Lecia Cornwall is the author of steamy Regency romances set in England and Scotland including the Highland Fairytale series for SMP Swerve, starting with Beauty and the Highland Beast. Her books are known for their layered plots and intriguing characters. Lecia lives in Calgary, Canada with four cats, two teenagers, a crazy chocolate lab and one very patient husband.



Anna Harrington is the author of The Secret Life of Scandals series with Forever romance. When she isn’t writing, she spends her time trying not to kill the innocent rose bushes in her garden. She is the author of The Secret Life of Scoundrels series, including Along Came a Rogue.



USA Today bestselling authors Nikoo and Jim McGoldrick (writing as May McGoldrick) weave emotionally satisfying tales of love and danger. Publishing under the names of May McGoldrick and Jan Coffey, these authors have written more than thirty novels and works of nonfiction. Nikoo, an engineer, also conducts frequent workshops on writing. Jim holds a Ph.D. in Medieval and Renaissance literature and teaches English in northwestern Connecticut. They are the authors of Much Ado About HighlandersTaming the Highlander, and Tempest in the Highlands in the Scottish Relic Trilogy with SMP Swerve.



Sabrina York is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than twenty hot, humorous written works. Her stories range from sweet and sexy to scorching romance. She’s the author of Hannah and the Highlander with St. Martin’s Press.





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Wolf Hunt (SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #6)



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Remy Boudreaux is back in his hometown, New Orleans. He’s there with three of his fellow Dallas SWAT officers for a week of training with the NOLA PD. On the eve of a tropical storm, Remy and his buddies prowl the French Quarter. One tantalizing scent captures Remy’s senses, forcing him to follow until he is face to face with Triana Bellamy—his beautiful high school crush.

After reconnecting, Remy and Triana are close—very. Remy struggles to keep things casual. Ever since his partner—and first love—was killed on the job, he’s kept women at a distance.

But when a mysterious wolf pendant ropes them both into danger, Remy’s protective instincts kick in. He may have to reveal his true self…and hope Triana accepts him.


The Blurb- (1)~ARC via NetGalley.~

This is the 6th book in the series.

The book mostly is about fear in loving again. Remy has a total hang up when it comes to love and it pisses me off. As you read the book, the chemistry between the two was really explosive.

However, there were times that I wanted Remy to stop being an A**. I felt his pain upon losing his lover/partner.But it does not mean that he should shut his window when it comes to love. Triana, I love her. She has this realistic view in life and when she felt Remy slipping away, she had this outlook. Yeah, it hurts, but at least she was not in a denial mode.

What I really enjoy is the mother of Triana. Who would have thought?!

Overall, it was nice, but I feel that there should be more. It was really satisfying when some secrets were revealed. Also, the way each thoughts was said was really good.

“He knew Remy was hiding something for sure. Some of the more mature werewolves in the Pack, like Brooks and Gage, were walking lie detectors.”

I rate this 4 stars…well, I do like them!