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    A shifter who-dun-it that keeps you guessing!!!

    My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! The cover is mysterious and a little spooky! This is the first book in the series and the first book by this author. This is for adults only due to the violence and m/m steamy scenes. This is a romance between two men. I wanted to read this book because it was a mysterious FBI type book. I like reading action-packed books where you aren’t sure what will happen next. This book was not predictable. Every time I thought I knew who did it, I would find out I’m wrong. I love when an author has me running around in circle not knowing what is happening. The romance is light is this book as they are getting to know each other and are unsure especially with being partners and working this case. I liked trying to figure it out along the way with Cooper and Park. You really will be surprised who it is. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book! I recommend to any shifter fans to love mysteries and CSI type situations where you are trying to figure out who did it, and you might also need to like m/m books!
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    Excellent read

    The story is very well thought out with a couple of twists near the end. It was refreshing to read a gay werewolf story that told a definitive story in which the two primary characters just happen to be gay and start to fall for each other. I can't wait for the next book.
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    It Was Okay

    It was okay. I was expecting a little more than just okay, I have to admit, as it was recced to me by a couple of long-time friends, but it just goes to prove that you never know for sure. :) Anyway, it's a shifter book and I'm not huge on shifters - except for my avian shifters by Kim Dare. This is a wolf shifter tale - as if you couldn't tell. *LOL* Anyway, there wasn't a whole lot of shifting done but there sure was a lot of sniffing! One main character, Cooper, is human and the other, Oliver is the wolf shifter. Cooper is also a BSI agent, Bureau of Special Investigations, a sort of secret branch of the FBI. Oliver is an agent of The Trust, a werewolf governing organization, who is suddenly partnered with Cooper. I liked the world-building. It was interesting and I wish we'd had more of it. There are missing people, dead and mauled bodies, suspicious folk all in this small town in Maine - I think it's Maine - that reminded me a heckuva lot of the town I see on North Woods Law. There is a alot of investigating that goes on and the case/mystery is engrossing enough, especially for a romance novel. Cooper and Oliver are thrown into close contact over and over again, of course. What we see of Oliver that tells us he's a wolf shifter is that he uses his sense of smell a LOT, his eyes glow golden upon occasion, and he's graceful. Cooper, to me anyway, comes across as a bit of a newbie whose smarts are hidden beneath a layer of dumb. The story is told from Cooper's POV and we spend a lot of time in his head as he asks himself the same questions about the mystery, the relationship, his past, over and over and over again. Oliver, of course, is hiding something, but what? I don't know if we ever really find out the extent of his secrets. It's a series featuring the same couple, so I expect the author is holding stuff in reserve for future books. I found myself alternately liking both main characters and being impatient with them - Cooper especially, I guess because it's his POV. The relationship works for the most part. Will I continue reading the series? Probably, but it's not an urgent need. I think my friends told me it gets better in Book 2, so it's on my radar.
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    The Wolf at the Door

    Misunderstandings, a murder, and two recently introduced agents Oliver and Cooper have to solve a series of murders. Worth a read.
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    Great read!

    And great depth of character. The actual investigation is well thought out, there is suspense, hot scenes, cute and smexy weres, witty humans... What's not to love? I strongly recommend thus great author that I discovered by chance!
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