The Wolf’s Tiger (Pack Mates #3) by Lynn Tyler ~ Book Review by PizzyGirl

The Wolf's Tiger Title: The Wolf’s Tiger (Pack Mates #3)

Author: Lynn Tyler

Publisher: Liquid Silver

Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars

Blurb:

He’s a tough, strong wolf shifter – raising his three young nieces will be a snap. Sure it will! Enter a sexy tiger-shifter-turned-nanny and things really start to get interesting. The Wolf’s Tiger is the passionate new addition to Lynn Tyler’s hot, paranormal romance series, Pack Mates.

All Grayson Mitchell, a wolf shifter, wants to do is raise his nieces in peace and maybe get a full night’s sleep while he’s at it. But between his job as an emergency room nurse and the demands of the three little girls, sleep seems far off. He needs someone who can help him out with the girls, and a nanny seems like the ideal solution.

Shannon Cho is a tiger shifter who was banished from his pride for being too powerful. But he doesn’t want to lead. He wants to devote his life to children. Answering an ad for a nanny is the opportunity he’s been waiting for.

But what happens when the two men cross the line between employer and employee? Will love flourish? Or will the secret that’s been kept from the Smooth Rock Falls pack tear everything apart?

Content Notes: Hot, Anal Play, Anal Intercourse, GLBT, M/M, Light BDSM, Paranormal, Shifter, Wolves, Contemporary, Romantic Suspense

My View:

The Wolf’s Tiger is book 3 of Lynn Tyler’s Pack Mates series and is by far her best story yet. In this book, we finally get to meet Greyson and get insight into his world. And what a hectic world it is. After the death of twin sister and her mate, Greyson becomes the guardian of his three nieces, all under the age of 6. He needs help and decides to hire a nanny, one very masculine, very sexy Shannon Cho. Just like her previous novellas, the men are instantly attracted to each other and immediately begin the mating dance. I love Lynn Tyler and her shifters for the fact that while all of her men are macho and dominant, the love between each mated pair is so tender and affectionate. I love seeing this side of a shifter and the romance between Shannon and Greyson is so heartwarming and HOT at the same time.

What I really liked about The Wolf’s Tiger is that this book is so much more complex and developed than the previous two. The first two books focused more on the mating between the two main characters while in this book, the romance is almost secondary to the mystery of Thunder Bay pack’s strange actions. In this book, there is more pack and character development outside of just the mating relationship. We get to understand more of the pack structure and understand more of how wolves behave and why. We also finally get an understanding of Quinn’s true nature.

Overall, the third installment in the pack mate’s series was wonderful. It showed that Ms. Tyler is growing inter her series and presenting her audience with more mature and fulfilling stories. I really enjoyed reading The Wolf’s Tiger and cannot wait for the next book. If the trend continues, it will be her best addition yet. I am interested in knowing Michael’s story and really want to know what kind of shifter Justin is.

Buy Links

Liquid Silver
Amazon US
Amazon UK
All Romance eBooks
Barnes & Noble
Kobo US
Kobo UK

This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.

Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

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