Ervin and Miles are a good combo to start this new spinoff series off with. The chemistry between these two made for an enjoyable read and the storyline keeps the flow of the series going. This is a spinoff from the Lost Shifters series. If you liked the prior series then make sure to check this one out as well. Characters from the Lost Shifters series appear frequently to keep the storyline going and the author did a great job with the integration. I’m recommending this book to paranormal lovers.
Ever since Ervin's pack joined the Wayne County Wolves, Ervin has been depressed because he's had to go lawful. Also the lack of gay wolves in the new pack makes for a celibate life.
When Ervin runs into Miles and discovers that he is his mate things start getting wild. Miles is afraid of Ervin because he and his siblings are rogue wolves who are hunted by everyone. When Miles siblings are kidnapped Ervin and his fellow wolves must find and rescue them before it’s too late. Can Miles and his siblings find their own place among the Wayne County wolves or will Ervin and Miles be forced to find their own way?
First there were the Lost Shifters, and now we have the newest chapter in the saga, The Wayne County Wolves. Ever since his old pack gave up their criminal ways and joined with the Wayne County Wolves, Ervin has felt depressed. Not only is his new pack the definition of goody-two-shoes, but they are sadly lacking in gay members, so Ervin has little hope of ever finding his mate. Then, just when he least expects it, he finds Miles, a shy yet sexy wolf. There are only two problems. One, Miles has vowed to never belong to a formal pack. Two, he’s a rogue, and in the shifter world, that makes him both dangerous and a target.
Miles tries to resist Ervin. He can’t help but be drawn to the domineering man. Then Miles’s siblings are captured, and he knows that he won’t be able to get them back on his own. Will Ervin be able to help? And if so, what price will he demand in return?
Pages: 92 | Heat Level: 4