Review: Wolf Rebel

Wolf Rebel (SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team, #10)


She let him get away

SWAT werewolf Rachel Bennett is hounded by nightmares after a vicious attack left her with PTSD. Not knowing who or what she can trust anymore, she’s relieved to be assigned to a high-profile protective detail. Diving into work might be the distraction she needs, until she notices the mysterious hunk who seems to follow her wherever she goes—and recognizes him.

Now he needs her help…

After he’s badly injured, former Navy SEAL Knox Lawson seeks out Rachel when he realizes he’s turning into a werewolf. He’d once been part of the group hunting her kind, but he knew he had to quit when he found Rachel in his crosshairs. Now he desperately needs her help.

Rachel isn’t sure she trusts Knox, but having him around keeps the nightmares—and the monster creating them—away. Knox might not know much about being a werewolf, but there’s no doubt he’ll do everything in his power to win her trust and keep her safe.

Rating: 5-stars


Wolf Rebel by Paige Tyler is a fascinating action-packed novel. This book featured an unknown enemy that is more terrifying then knowing about things going bump in the night. Paige Tyler’s writing is the best. She creates a world in which I never wanted to leave. Charming sexy men who will do everything it takes to save the innocent. Especially, those they love. Wolf Rebel is special because it features a character struggling with her PTSD. It all feels so real. From her nightmares to the way she tries dealing with the issues. But her friends try to help her. Help comes in the most unexpected form. A rebel. Once their enemy, now, he’s one of them. But this rebel is not only a badass but a hero with a heart of gold. The way he handles Rachel and his own mistakes makes him an irresistible protagonist. One that is still by far my favorite. Overall, this tale was fun, hot, and suspenseful. I cannot recommend it enough.

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