There's never been a female on the Dallas SWAT team and Senior Corporal Xander Riggs prefers it that way. The elite pack of alpha male wolfshifters is no place for a woman. But Khaki Blake is no ordinary woman.
When Khaki walks through the door attractive as hell and smelling like heaven, Xander doesn't know what the heck to do. Worse, she's put under his command and Xander's protective instincts go on high alert. When things start heating up both on and off the clock, it's almost impossible to keep their heads in the game and their hands off each other...
Khaki has been having a hard time lately. She's ditched her douche of a boyfriend but he's part of the old boys club at the station and nobody has her back anymore. Okay, Khaki can deal with that but when a traumatic rescue leaves her injured she starts to experience all kinds of strange things. As for the Swat team leader offering her a job and then dropping the bomb that she's a werewolf, well Khaki is not too sure about that but it's too good an offer to turn down and a chance she has to take.
So here's Khaki trying to prove she is more than capable of holding her own amongst a Pack that are naturally cautious. Luckily, most seem friendly and Khaki's hard work and dedication quickly impresses her new team mates. Now I said most because Xander, who is running the team she's with, seems remarkably distant and almost downright hostile. Problem is he just smells so good! There's a part of Khaki that wants to take that man down to the floor and well here's where you use your imagination because Khaki sure is using hers! Yes, Xander is mighty fine, but Khaki has a job to do and distractions cost lives. The last thing she needs is for everyone to know how turned on by Xander she is, but with werewolf noses that might just be out of her hands!
Wolf Trouble is the second book in Ms Tyler's SWAT series and she is giving her readers far more background into the life of this Swat team. A lot of the book is centered on the training they do and just what Khaki has to go through in order to become a fully active member of the team. I liked seeing her hold her own but fear not, there is action within these pages and Khaki gets to fully utilise her new found abilities.
As for the romance, well it's a slow build up, but boy does this couple finally gets to grips with what's between them. Perhaps not the most suspense driven story by Ms Tyler, if honest, but I still enjoyed Wolf Trouble. If you enjoy shifter books, then give this series a go because Ms Tyler seems to have found a completely fresh approach fuelled by action and passion that just works.
I like her covers but I'm a little undecided by the heroines name here but it's not one I've seen used before so maybe kudos for that.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.