My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What happens when a straight, human male police officer meets his mate, a gay, homeless younger omega wolf shifter? This is the premise in this book in Lisa Oliver's Stockton Wolves series. I haven't been disappointed in the past by this author and this book continues this trend. For those new to this series, the Stockton pack has an alpha and alpha mate who are police officers and the remainder of the pack is also made up of mated shifters, though they are not all wolves.
Those looking for a lot of hot sex will be somewhat disappointed. There is hot sex but it much more of the story is about two people who have totally different cultures, communication, behaviors and expectations trying to come together when miscommunications keep interfering. Lisa shows a clear understanding of the misunderstandings that can happen between two when they come from two different cultures and know little about the other's culture. We see the same thing happen in everyday life when people meet someone from a different culture and assume that what they say and do mean the same thing to both of them. The rest of the book deals with the suspense of finding and arresting a serial killer.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes suspense, hot men in uniforms, M/M romance, shifters and omegas. I loved it and plan to buy my own copy so I can read it over and over.
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