Shadow of the Wolf

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Shadow of the Wolf

When FBI agent Martin Winter disappeared from Lieutenant commander Jack Reed's Life two years before Jack discovered he had been the love of his life, and the only other wolf shapeshifter he knew about. Now two years later Martin reappears back in Jack's life hunted by an enemy in his own unit who had betrayed him was still there, Martin not knowing who that enemy is didn't want to bring Jack into danger. Jack couldn't leave Martin in the cold so helps him find the traitor.

I liked this book a lot and will reread it again. The only problem it had was the love scenes were to experienced for two just turned gay men.

Book Blurb for Shadow of the Wolf

Lieutenant Commander Jack Reed never felt anything missing from his life until his best friend went missing — kidnapped on an icy December night nearly two years ago. The beautiful, edgy, young Martin Winter of the FBI was the only other of Jack's kind, a man who could transform into a wolf. Not until Jack lost Martin did Jack know that he loved him.

Haunted and hunted, Martin shows up at Jack's cabin and stays the night. In the dark Martin stumbles into the wrong bedroom and into Jack's bed, where Jack and Martin spend a night of wonder, discovery and blindingly beautiful sex.

Martin must run away, though he would give anything to be in Jack's strong embrace again — anything but Jack's life. For someone wants Martin Winter dead, and that someone may be inside the FBI itself.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2008 4.00