Saturday, August 2, 2014

REVIEW: Wolf Protector by Milly Taiden

***This book was originally reviewed for GraveTells.***
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Summary:

A woman with a secret…
The Federal Paranormal Unit is an elite squad of supernaturals dedicated to solving missing persons cases. Erica’s gift allows her a special connection with the crime, but it comes at a deep personal cost… Until now, she’s kept her gift a secret, even from the other members of the team. But this case will throw her together with Agent Trent Buchanan. He’s the object of her secret desires, but he’s also a cocky womanizer. She’d rather swim in shark-infested waters with a paper cut than admit she has feelings for him.

A man with one desire…
Wolf Shifter Trent wants Erica more than he’s ever wanted any woman. He’s spent years patiently waiting for her to admit that she wants him too. Working one-on-one in a race to find a serial killer, Trent’s patience and Erica’s resolve wear thin. When Trent discovers the truth about Erica, will he accept her for who she is? And can he protect her from the horrors that her gift brings?

A case that pushes them to the edge…
Erica will have to risk it all if she wants to stop the killer, and when she does, Trent may have to put his own life on the line to make sure his mate is protected…

Thoughts:

This was a good start to a new series from Milly Taiden. We meet the team and get to know a little about them, but not enough to ruin the fun for future books. They have a camaraderie and they know what the unit is about (paranormal), but they don’t know each other’s “gifts” which I thought was kinda cool. Being that they’re part of an FBI unit, the plot is about solving a murder. This one is pretty predictable, but good none the less.

Our main couple is fun to watch interact as they fight the attraction and butt heads. Their chemistry is sizzling and yet sweet making their relationship both hot and compelling. It’ll be very interesting seeing them in future books and how the other team members’ stories play out.


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