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  • Another brilliant edition to the series

    This series from Charlie Adhara is one of my all-time favourites in any genre. It’s clever, it has a fresh look at werewolves and gives them a fascinating culture which fits perfectly into the urban fantasy world she’s created. It’s firmly rooted in “our reality” as well, so it has an anchoring feel of the familiar and it has Cooper Dayton, a truly complex character whose evolvement from book one through to this installment, has been utterly enthralling. I love Coop. I love how much he’s grown as a person while still staying true to his basic character traits of honesty and a lack of artifice, and his fumbling attempts to tell Oliver Park, his werewolf partner in both The Trust and life, how much he means to him are utterly endearing. Coop is such an enigma, he’s human, but Park’s alpha and yet he submits to Oliver in their intimate moments and oh boy are they seriously good. They are powerfully emotional, scorching hot and just a little bit dirty. The case they end up involved investigating in Cry Wolf is possibly the best one yet in this series, I had no clue where it was heading and I’m still not sure on some elements of the longer term series long narrative arc which are revealed here. Ultimately though, it’s a superbly paced, deeply complex one which examines wolf folklore and the differences between the three types of werewolf society more than any of the previous books before. it involves the packs, the Wolf Independence Party and the Rebels, it pulls in Eli, Oliver’s ex and a former rebel, it gives Coop a role he’s not remotely prepared for, whether he believes it’s true or not, and it – finally – gives the reader a truly joyous relationship development between the two men which had me smiling so much my face hurt. I am so pleased Charlie went back to this series, there are so many aspects of wolf society still left unexplored and villains galore to continue investigating. I really hope it continues on and on!

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  • 4.5 stars- The ending was something special

    Cry Wolf marks the fifth book in the Big Bad Wolf series. This is a continuing story with an established couple and multiple plotlines and recurring secondary characters, so it’s definitely best read in order. I really love the way this author has blended suspense, a good shifter presence and world, banter, and a great romance. There was a bit of a different energy in Cry Wolf than the previous books, probably due to the couple feeling more settled overall. While this change means the relationship is less of a source of conflict and angst, the characters and relationship development is still very much present. I especially liked how Cooper progressed during Cry Wolf, particularly regarding his place next to Park and among the wolf shifter world. The suspense, case, and uncovered connections in Cry Wolf were really interesting. I liked how the secondary characters we’ve met or heard of before tied into the plot and enjoyed some of the twists along the way. Then there’s the ending. I don’t know if Cry Wolf will mark the close of this wonderful series or not, as there aren’t a lot of loose ends but are some areas that could invite further plotlines. Regardless, the close of this book was amazing. As I mentioned, I liked where Cooper ended up personally, but more than that I loved where Cooper and Park were at in the final moments. The words and sentiments exchanged were some of the best I’ve read, probably ever, highlighting emotions that are so difficult to describe and quantify but which are relatable and palpable between these men. If you enjoy snarky characters, suspense, or paranormal romance, this series isn’t one to miss. *eARC received via Netgalley. The publisher and author had no influence over this review*

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  • This was So Good!

    I enjoyed every minute of this book. It was one of my better reads of 2020. I liked this book so much, that I am keeping this review as high level and general as possible, so as not to interfere with the readers’ enjoyment. It’s book 5 in the series. You can start with this one, but it’s much more enjoyable if you have read the earlier books. Everything is just as good as in the earlier books. We see more of the MCs being themselves. We see the progress and deepening of the MCs’ relationships, between each other, and with their wider universe. As the latter develops, we can see seeding of future plots, which is absolutely fine with me. There is no sense of repetition or stumbling over boring old ground. As readers we see a broader picture than the protagonists, which deepens our enjoyment, which is pretty quietly sophisticated writing. Thanks to Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • LOVE

    I loved this instalment. The story was very interesting. Again getting a deeper look into Cooper and Oliver and the progression of their relationship. They just make me so happy. We finally got to see more of character from the previous book. I'm so excited to see where this goes in the next instalment. If you have loved this series you will love this one!

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  • Great story

    Great story, as always in this series. Whenever I see that a new Charlie Adhara book is to be released, I just know that it will be a very good one. I especially liked the extrem character development we get to see in Cooper. Who would have thought that in book 1? And the story arch that started with book 1 is still going strong, I really cannot wait for the next book and where it will lead us! Highly recommended =:))

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