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Agent Cooper Dayton never thought anything could be harder than solving murders. Until he had to plan a wedding.

After taking down an old adversary, Agent Cooper Dayton of the Bureau of Special Investigations has earned a break. Not that planning a wedding to his sexy shifter partner, Oliver Park, is necessarily stress-free, but it's better than worrying about the ominous warning, delivered months ago, that Cooper's life is in danger.

When he's dragged to an event by his family, Cooper braces for an awkward evening but instead finds himself in the middle of an ugly feud between Park's ex and a rebel pack leader. What was supposed to be a quick outing turns into a full-blown murder investigation after the pack leader ends up dead, Park's ex goes missing, and Cooper and Park are sent a series of disturbing wedding gifts that are somehow connected to it all.

The list of potential suspects is long, and with the bodies piling up, Cooper must turn to the one person he trusts the least: the villain he's already put behind bars once and who has nothing to lose by lying and everything to gain if Cooper is out of the picture - for good.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Charlie Adhara (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Bookfriend83
  • 17-02-21

Still going strong!

There comes a book in so many series where you realize the content has become stale. The characters have stopped developing, and the plot twists no longer surprise you. This is NOT that book!

Cooper and Oliver continue to grow as people, and I really appreciate the way Adhara doesn't manufacture drama just to create conflict. As they grow and change, new challenges arise, but each one is believable, and is based on the initial character outlines and backstories we were introduced to in the first few books. I was fully expecting the Freedman plot to be wrapped up with this installment, and while it sort of is, we discover that there is more going on behind the scenes than the characters first new, setting up yet another installment in the next book! Yay!

To be honest, in general I am way, way over and done with werewolf books, as so many stories involving them are trite and formulaic. This series unfolds a more and more complex world with each new chapter, and as much as I have been eagerly looking forward to this novel, I am now eagerly awaiting the next one!

If you haven't been reading this series from the beginning, "Wolf At the Door", definitely start there. These books are not stand-alones. Seriously, go start from the beginning! These stories have humor, thoughtful character development, good world building, and just enough mystery/thriller spice to make them page-turners.

if you've been reading from the beginning, definitely spend the credit for this one! There are, unfortunately, a few editing errors, but while they are a little crazy-making, the content of the story is so absorbing that they won't distract from your reading pleasure.

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  • Bec
  • 14-04-21

love this series, latest did not dissapoint.

still one of my favorite all time series. I recommend this one all the time. loved this installment as well

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  • Donald
  • 26-03-21

Continuing the Love...

I continue to love this series. Dayton and Park are probably one of my favorite couples in the M/M genre and the writing by Charlie Adhara just pulls you in and makes you a part of this interesting dynamic and longing for more. I thought that once a HEA (sorta) presented that the story would probably dwindle down but there is still so much that I want to know and I hope that Charlie Adhara continues this awe-inspiring series. And I have to also give it up to the narration skills of Erik Bloomquist for making this such a delicious series. Hopefully there is more to come and I will be waiting for it to be presented. LOVE this!

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  • KLM
  • 07-03-21

good book

This is a good continuance of the series I am curious and were its going with the moon. My issue is that there is somthing off with the audio so it's a lot softer in places than audio books usually are, though the narrorator is good.

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  • serentious7
  • 10-04-21

Warm, suspenseful, engaging... Just brilliant!

What can I say?! Get thee a wolf like Oliver Park. *cue dreamy sigh*

But seriously... The right mix of tension, plot, twists and warm and sexy moments are again present in this book. Charlie Adhara delivers the goods every time.

The way the characters develop without being infallible keeps you engaged and I love how previous characters reappear in unusual ways.

To top it off the narrator carries the story beautifully, adding to the experience.

Can't wait for the next instalment. I just don't want this series to end!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-02-21

meh

It wasn't bad just not what I wanted. The mystery was convoluted and distracted from the romance. Not enough romance.