Broderick has a job to do—audit the books of a gentleman’s club. Sounds simple, except his company wants him to find dirt linking to the mob, his secret mob employer wants someone to pin the blame on, and the bar manager at the heart of the controversy doesn’t want him—even though she’s his mate.
I really enjoyed reacquainting myself with this world of shifters and as big bad wolf and mob boss Fabian discovers something fishy going on in a club he owns, he sends in his favourite accountant to sniff out the thief. Weretiger Brody is stunned by the redhead who greets him waving a gun but nothing is going to stop him from charming the pants off her! Okay, she might be a thief but that's okay if he must go on the lam with her then so be it but what if she's innocent? Well, it turns out Lulu isn't exactly telling the truth and her secret will send Brody reeling!
Ms Langlais always makes me smile and even though it was a quick read nevertheless yet again, there's enough romance, plot and mayhem to thoroughly entertain me. Poor Lulu, so stumped by all the 'new' terms for the gangs that Brody uses. You can't fault Brody’s honesty though and he certainly has his work cut out getting Lulu to purr! Lulu is feisty, independent and very much a woman in control and their interactions were such fun. Yet I do wish it had been longer as there's still a lot in play but hopefully if we ever get Fabian's book my questions will be answered. For now, though, it's a happy ending for this couple and it was such fun seeing the geeky accountant show how he could roar!
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