Lewis's Dream by Lynn Hagen
My rating: I really liked this!
This is the summary off the back of the book.
Detective Lewis Keating has had enough of cheating men. When a crooked cop steals a stack of files, it's Lewis's job to go through them and close out the ones he can. When a familiar case is found among the files, Lewis decides to question the one person who should be on his list.
Evan Triamade was once told he looked like he breathed pain. A control freak since childhood, the wolf quickly loses his handle on things when his aloof mate shows up to question him about an assault that supposedly happened months ago.
Their relationship is volatile from the start, and Evan is forbidden to see his mate by Alpha Maverick until their differences can be settled. Evan soon finds that convincing his mate not all men are cheaters is harder than he imagined. To make matters worse, Lewis has a drinking problem.
When Lewis is taken by the ex-alpha, Jackson, it isn't Evan who rescues him but the smaller mates of the house and a Xiamen tiger. Lewis thought living among humans was hard, but living in a world of were-creatures tests his very sanity.
This is what I think of the book.
This instalment was very definitely two personal journeys and watching them work things out was a joy. There was some real intense moments that show understanding of Lewis's problems.
Having said that I am not sure how much longer this series can sustain it's self. There were some real obvious mistakes in this book and I think its because the cast list has grown so much and while I can forgive the writer a lot it is getting close to the point of 1 too many complications and I am not sure the core story has the strength to take it.
Have you read this book?? What did you think? What rating would you give it?