Series: The Wolvers #6
Author: Jacqueline Rhoades
Published: February 24/15
Genre: paranormal romance
Back Cover Blurb:
There’s a downside to living in a secret society. Someone has to ensure it remains that way. ‘Bull’ Bulworth is that someone. His current assignment: track a young man who has an unrecognized wolf inside him and eliminate the problem before the truth about Wolvers is exposed to the human world. It’s a simple and straightforward assignment until he meets a woman who makes him think crazy might be contagious.
In her own words, Tommie Bane is nuttier than a pecan tree. There’s a voice in her head telling her she is something other than human, and a creature she swears is running around inside her body. Just when she’s at the lowest point in her weird and nutty life, she meets a man who tells her it’s all real. Should she listen to the voice of reason or to the voice in her head that keeps shouting “Mate”?
What do you have to lose when you've already lost your mind? For Tommie, it could be her life.
The heroine in this novel is possibly the most unique romance heroine I’ve ever encountered. The life she’s lived combined with her actions throughout the story in a remarkable manner. Rhoades’ multifaceted character development brought her to life in such a vivid way that I couldn’t help but feel intimately acquainted with her. Her strength and vulnerability were counterpoints to one another that really made her who she was. I really enjoyed the deeper look into who Eugene is and what he does. With that came a deeper understanding of Wolvers in general, more than simply the individual packs.
This incredibly lifelike and wildly imaginative tale is by far Rhoades’ best yet. She combines the best and the worst of humanity with the fantasy of the Wolvers in a way that is uniquely hers.