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This was a paranormal/shifter romance that while a short story in length it packed in a lot into a little.
Thomas, a wolf shifter, was assigned to alpha squad by his alpha, but while his orders may be clear, the motives are not and increasingly, neither is his conscience. Not to mention he wasn't planning on Jill, a woman he can't stop thinking about and who suddenly seems to notice him too. It just happens to be at the worst time.
Jill had been trying to ignore and work through her interest in Thomas, but lately she seemed to be the only one noticing his odd behavior. Realizing the cause may put them at odds, but it doesn't mean it will make their growing feelings go away.
So this was a sweet romance for me and it had quite a bit going on. There was some suspense and intriguing, there was the attraction between the main characters, there were bad and good guys. And there were wolf shifters. I love a good shifter book. And this story did a good job of holding my attention with it's twists and turn of events. If it had been longer I would have enjoyed seeing more development of the relationship vs the insta-love vibe. I also would have liked seeing more time spent discussing and learning more of Thomas's wolf side.
The narrator did a good job with the different accents and had great distinction between male and female.
Out of all the books in this series that I have listened to, this one seemed to go by the fastest. It certainly makes my day more enjoyable when the office is too quiet because it's just me. It's also nice have this to listen to on my commute to and from work - and when I get caught in a traffic jam.
Ms. Lusk has come to grow on me. I had a hard time picturing her as the female lead but then it got better when I thought of her as someone who was just reading me a story. And now I couldn't picture anyone else reading this series. I've missed one of the books and I'm looking forward to her reading me that one as well.
I can picture myself taking my Audible library with me and going to London and just finding a nice comfortable spot and listen to the series again. I can also see myself listening to the series and walking the streets. The only thing I wouldn't do is go on a tour while listening to Ms. Moone's series. A guided tour would be too much of a distraction and would take away from my enjoyment. The ending though left me feeling that this series isn't over yet. The next book is not an audiobook as yet - please, please, please! I love the audio version of this series. It has me wanting to go and read the actual book when I have a chance.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Audio Copy of this book.