Red Wolf by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full (211 pages)
Rating: 4.5 Books
Reviewed by Tiger Lily
Tory McKidd understands exactly what kind of monster is stalking the moonlit streets. She, too, is a werewolf and is ready to bring the rogue shifter to justice. What she isn't prepared for is Adam Scott, the sexy detective whose investigation crosses paths with her own—a human who inexplicably stirs her senses.
Adam Scott is searching for a killer, not a lover, but with one look at the flame-haired beauty, he is ensnared. When one steamy night ignites their animal passion, there is no denying their fate. But when werewolf meets human, danger lurks—and the one they hunt may be the one hunting them….
She’s got a secret and she’s hunting a killer. Although he’s chasing the same killer, he’s got nothing to hide. What happens when their paths cross? Read Red Wolf and find out.
Once in a while you come across that one book that really sticks with you way past the last page. Red Wolf is one of those books. When I got this story, I couldn’t wait to begin and I wasn’t disappointed. The scenes are vivid, the characters deep, and I mean it when I say you’ll feel like you’re there. The writing is nice and tight, demanding the attention of the reader.
Tory is a fun heroine, but not in the traditional sense. She’s got a smart mouth, and she’s focused. She knows she needs to find out who killed her brother. But I liked her devotion—not only to her brother, but to her beliefs. When she puts her heart on the line, she’s all in.
As a counterbalance, Adam is the best possible hero. He’s handsome, he’s a little rogue, and he’s totally focused on getting the killer. If he happens to lose his heart to Tory along the way, well, he’s game for the ride. I liked his faith in her. Where some would laugh or walk away, he stood firm. His believing is hot.
If you want a story that’s packed with action, heart, and a baddie you’ll love to hate, then you need to read Red Wolf.