Danger and desire collide in a race against time.
P.I. Quinn Parran's mission is simple: to join Alpha Force, a unique military team of shape-shifters, and use their new elixir to enhance his shape-shifting abilities. With the aid of Sergeant Kristine Norwood, each shifting experiment sparks something more volatile than any challenge he's ever encountered: a primal passion. And when Quinn's brother vanishes on his honeymoon and is suspected of murder, Quinn must join forces with Kristine to investigate.
With no choice but to go deep undercover as newlyweds, Kristine finds herself enjoying the charade a little too much. She is attracted to Quinn, but isn't about to get involved with a shape-shifter. Until their quest becomes more dangerous, and Kristine must put aside her doubts and put her full trust in Quinn….
It's not the book's fault but I was expecting so much more than it delivered. Usually these types of Alpha were-shifting type books are passionate, romantic and hot - however there didn't seem to be much of any of these ingredients.
It was more of a mystery with a little romance on the side which was just bland (it was like a low-cal bar of chocolate - edible and digestible yes but tasty and enjoyable - no).
Worth a credit? Not at all memorable - so unfortunately NO.
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What disappointed you about Undercover Wolf?
The narrator grated on my nerves. It was like she was reading to a first grade class.
Would you ever listen to anything by Linda O. Johnston again?
Would you be willing to try another one of Claire Slemmer’s performances?
Any additional comments?
Too elementary for me. I like to be challenged a little with a mystery.
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