Reviewed by Dan
TITLE: Wrong Way
SERIES: The Shenandoah Pack Series, Book Two
AUTHOR: Taylor Law
LENGTH: 174 Pages
RELEASE DATE: June 7, 2016
Leading The Shenandoah pack consumes most of Thomas Collowell’s time. The Alpha’s job is never done. That had never been more true than when a killer targeting shifters strikes too close to home. He doesn’t have time to deal with a mate, especially a human.
There is nothing Camdon Williams wouldn’t do for his best friend, which is why he was the best man in Jessie’s joining ceremony. While in Skyline Village, he gets more than he bargained for, including a strange attraction to the Sheriff.
When Camdon and Thomas are forced to work together to stop the killer, Camdon’s eyes are opened to a world he wouldn’t have believed existed. They both learn that there is no such thing as perfect timing. Sometimes, it’s about taking a chance… before it’s too late.
Any of you that follow my reviews might remember that I read and reviewed the first book in this series, Wrong Turn last year when it came out and liked it very much. Well, I have to tell you that I liked Wrong Way, even more! I loved how Ms. Law’s voice spoke to me from the book. The book was well written, and well edited, and I didn’t put it down once, from start to finish. She put things in this one that I’ve never seen in this genre before which actually caused me to seriously break out into laughter. For example, the scene where Cam and Thomas are deciding what to have for dinner, and they opt out on the beans since it will be the first night they spend together. Real world problems my friends…real world problems! I seriously laughed out loud.
Wrong Way brings us back to the characters we met in Wrong Turn, but this time the focus shifts to Camdon (Cam), the best friend of Jessie from book one. Jessie and his mate are having their mating ceremony and Cam is invited to be the best man. The only problem? Cam doesn’t know that he and Jessie are the only humans in the entire town and that everyone else is a shifter.
There is more to this book though than just the mating ceremony. The book instantly caught my attention with the prologue. In the prologue we read about a big game hunter, bored with hunting, who sees a huge wolf in the Shenandoah National Park and shoots it, only to have it turn into a man…who then begs for his life. Well done Ms. Law. You had me hooked. I was like….he can’t possibly shoot him….right?
What will happen when Cam meets the big hunky sheriff in the town where Jessie lives, and is instantly attracted? What will happen when Thomas, the sheriff, smells Cam in the crowd? Lots of enjoyable reading is what.
No more spoilers. I highly recommend this one. If you like shifters, I think you’ll like the story.