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    Love at 3rd shot!!

    I absolutely loved this story. The fact that she shoots him for chasing her brother, but then falls in love with him is hilarious😂 but true love prevails.
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    SEAL Wolf Undercover - Book 22 - Heart of the Wolf

    I just finished reading this book October 14, 2017. This is my review. This book is also Book 5 in the SEAL Wolf Series (series within the Heart of the Wolf series). I liked this book about Vaughn and Jillian. Their romance was a little slow to start with but got better as the book went on. The overall story line was a bit lacking for me and a little confusing to follow but had a good concept. Also, from the title of the book, I expected a different story altogether. I expected Vaughn, the SEAL Wolf, to be an undercover agent of some sort, but nobody is undercover in this story at all. Vaughn, a SEAL wolf and PI, has been offered a new job working for the USF, the United Shifters Force, which is run by the newly discovered jaguar shifters. Vaughn is used to working alone but when he finds out his friend has been attacked and then he himself is shot at, he decides working with others may not be such a bad idea. Especially when he gets to work with Jillian, a wolf he's been longing for since he saw her in a bar a few months ago and didn't get to talk to her. But can he keep his feelings for Jillian separate from the job or will his attraction to her get in the way of accomplishing their job? Jillian is a special wolf agent who just joined the USF. She's tracking down a dangerous criminal who happened to shoot her brother. When her brother howls for her help when he's being chased by another wolf, Jillian comes to the rescue and scares the wolf by shooting at him with non-lethal warning shots. She can't believe the wolf she shot is now her partner! She and Vaughn both have a personal stake in bringing this criminal to justice. But it seems that more attacks are happening. Are they all related to the same case? Who is really guilty and who is innocent? And to top it all off, the attraction between her and Vaughn is hard to deny. Can they solve the case without letting their blooming romance distract them? So that's a little about the story line in this book. Of course there's the romance between Vaughn and Jillian. It's not a deep, emotionally heart-rending romance. It's an I'm a wolf, you're a wolf, we both are attracted to each other and really like each other, so let's just figure out when we should mate, type of romance. It's a soft and easy-going type of romance between them with very good sexual chemistry toward the middle of the story and there on. I liked the overall story line of the mystery of who shot Jillian's brother and who attacked Vaughn's friend. The only issue I had was that the overall action in the story was lacking. It was a lot of "let's go to this place and find clues" and then "let's go to THIS place to find clues" and so on. At some points I lost track of where they were going. The overall story line is not very action packed but has a few scenes of "chasing the bad guy". The culmination of the story was a little confusing for me because you don't really know who is telling the truth about what happened. I guess we're just supposed to take the "good guy's version" of what happened as the truth. Overall, I thought this was a not a bad book, I liked it and would recommend it to anyone looking for a light, soft, warmhearted romance with an interesting mystery to solve.
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