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Hungry Like the Wolf (SWAT Book 1) by [Tyler, Paige]
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Book 1 of 5 in SWAT (5 Book Series)
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"Filled with action-packed passion, the fun, uncomplicated story is easy to get lost in." ---Publishers Weekly

About the Author

Paige Tyler is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of sexy, romantic fiction, including the X-Ops series, the Cowboys series, and the Alaskan Werewolves books. She and her very own military hero (also known as her husband) live on the beautiful Florida coast with their dog.

Abby Craden is a professional actress and voice artist who can be heard in numerous TV and radio commercials, video games, and audiobooks. An AudioFile Earphones Award winner as well as an AudioFile Best Voice of 2012, Abby is an award-winning stage actress and a resident artist with the prestigious theater A Noise Within.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1232 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 6, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 6, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MX629CG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Romantic suspense with werewolves! Yes sign me in, please!

Mac is a journalist after a break out story of the "dream team" of Dallas. Everyone thinks they are perfect, but she knows there is something dirty in this. Gage is the captain of his pack and he is trying to protect them all by watching out Mac. In the middle of it all, there is the mob guy after the team looking for revenge. Will they survive it all?

Ok! I'm a characters type of reader. I enjoy meeting them, befriending them, connecting with them and even love them a little. When you are offer a group of SIXTEEN alpha werewolves to read about, what is not to like?

I really like Gage and I've like Mac almost until the end. Yeah, she had to have her TSTL moment at the end.

But, the most interesting thing about Hungry Like The Wolf is the werewolves world the author has created. It's different than the usual. I love shifters, it's my favorite type of read. It's very refreshing when you can be surprise, in a good way, and see something different. The author has masterfully created her wolves connected to the real world. They first shift because of tension and they are mostly attracted to the smell of things.

Because I enjoy shifters so much I miss reading more about their world in this book. It ended up being more suspense than paranormal. It was good, but it could have been wonderful with a deeper immersion on the paranormal side of things.

The plot is good, and I think this is a very promising new series. Characters are really great, and there are several secondary characters that could be explore in a future book. The passionate scenes were HOT HOT HOT and there are lots of them. But the end, ah the end, really threw me for a loop and have me lowering my rating.
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There were so many fantastic things about Hungry like the Wolf. But one big issue kept this book from knocking it out for me and oh made me so angry. And that was...the heroine.

She's a reporter and when things kicked off I wasn't sure about her and her motivations. Trying to uncover the secret behind the SWAT team--she's sure they're on drugs or something--and exposing them for what they are even though they do an amazing job and everyone adores them. But she wants THAT story and puts herself in danger to get it.

Leaving that behind as the guys bring her in to look around I started to warm up to her. I loved the guys. A whole lotta delicious Alpha males of the wolfy variety. They're fun and hot and work well together. Lots of sexy happening and they start to win her over. It's really fun seeing them all together, becoming friends, the guys going out on calls, etc.

And I'm loving the writing. Tyler has a way of pulling you in completely and making it impossible to put down the book.

But then...Mac nearly ruined it all for me. We'd been at a solid 4-4.5 stars. And then Mac fell back on the stereotypical reporter attitude of the story being the most important thing no matter that it would destroy lives of good men and their families. But it would make her career!! She became that idealistic everyone should know and it'll be fine type of heroine. She loves these people and is willing to betray them in the worst possible way...for a story. For getting ahead in her career. And that's basically when I lost this book. I nearly through my kindle across the room I was so angry. Especially when she goes into tears after someone else pointed out her error in judgement and a few bats of her eyes and all is forgiven. It just didn't work for me.
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Nothing starts a new year off right quite like a debut werewolf series, and Paige Tyler brings it with SWAT. There are sixteen alpha males to choose from, so you’re sure to find at least one to drool over, and first in line is their smexy leader, Gage Dixon. HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF was light on shifter lore, but heavy on scorching romps which makes it the perfect read for Paranormal Romance groupies looking for a bit of danger, and a whole lot of steam. The story was predictable, and insta-love goes hand-in-hand with this genre, so if you’re expecting something other than entertaining fluff you should probably keep walking, however if quality PNR is your kryptonite then this is where it’s at.

This is essentially Romantic Suspense with a supernatural slant, and I loved how Tyler combined the two! The very notion that a team of smokin’ hot werewolf officers are protecting the citizens of Dallas was enough to make me one-click this title. There’s just something about a man in uniform that lights my fire, and if you throw in fur I’m done for. The plot wasn’t that difficult to figure out, but still interesting enough to keep me turning the pages at a quick pace. SWAT kills a mob boss’ son during a hostage situation, the king pin is now out for blood, and all the while Mackenzie Stone is trying to prove that the city’s golden boys aren’t as clean as they appear to be. I’ll leave it to you to fill-in the rest.

I was let down by the were aspects of this story line; other than knowing from page one that the characters are no ordinary cops, the author doesn’t dig any further into that aspect until much later, and even then very sparingly.
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