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  • 4.5 stars- Suspense and a developing romance

    4.5 stars-- The Wolf at Bay is the second book in the Big Bad Wolf series. I had every intention to read the first of the series prior to this release, but life got in the way and I ended up going in blind. Though there were references to past plot points, characters, and scenes, The Wolf at Bay certainly can be read as a standalone without too much difficulty. If anything, the developing relationship between Park and Cooper was the hardest aspect to catch up with, but I quickly fell for these men and was completely swept up in both the investigation and romance. The Wolf at Bay features an established couple, but the relationship is new and the book opens with Cooper and Park still needing to discuss their status. With both men keeping their feelings for one another under wraps, the romance has a slow burn vibe and allows for plenty of development. I found the lack of communication fairly frustrating at times, especially considering I didn’t have the background from the first book to draw from. Despite that, the physical and emotional chemistry was certainly palpable and I liked seeing how the men grew as a couple by the end of the book. This was my first book by the author, and I was definitely impressed. The writing flowed well, the suspense developed steadily, there were a good number of twists, and the book delivered a satisfying resolution- making The Wolf at Bay an enjoyable read and ensuring I’ll be following this series and author. *eARC received via Netgalley. The author and publisher had no influence over this review*

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  • Awsome read

    I am not much into shifter stories but I have to admit I love reading this story very much. The characters are beautifull drawn and develop through the story. The plot is logical but not obviously so. I am looking forward to the next story.

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  • Romance and mystery--oh my!

    I like the premise of there being a mystery in each book. Elevates the story beyond "just a romance". But the romance, itself, is satisfying in its slow burn. We're seeing a relationship grow and bloom into something solid. Very believable leads.

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  • Really enjoyable

    I was so excited to get more of Cooper and Park in THE WOLF AT BAY especially because we get a lot more resolution on their romantic relationship which ended with a somewhat unresolved Happy For Now in THE WOLF AT THE DOOR. Of course, things have to get hard first and Cooper is at peak uncommunicative and boy does he put his foot in it at the beginning of this book. In an attempt to protect his own heart and growing feelings he says all the wrong things and stuff gets tense and awkward between Cooper and Park. I would say compared to the previous book, THE WOLF AT BAY is focused a lot more on the romance as well as other non-romantic relationships though the mystery is still very prominent in this one. I really liked that we got to understand Cooper more and I especially enjoyed all the personal growth he goes through as he begins to mend his relationship with his family. Cooper has been keeping a lot of secrets from his father and brother and he's also negatively influenced by a lot of childhood memories and impressions that don't hold up quite as well as an adult. There was a lot of dysfunction here but it was nice to see it start to heal. We also learn a little bit more about Park's family and I devoured those little tidbits because Park is still a bit of a mystery. I also loved the chemistry between Cooper and Park in this one and the bedroom scenes were definitely amped up from the previous book, partly because they've secretly been dating for a few months and are starting to really fall for each other. Overall, I really enjoyed this follow up and I can't wait to learn more about Park in the next book.

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