The last year or two with her parents were not pleasant ones for Jayna Winston. In fact, her step-father and mother fought and argued…a lot! Jayna’s mom protected her step-father more than she protected Jayna and when he realized Jayna had a woman’s body and came after her, she didn’t think twice. But years and distance bring changes.
Eric Becker is sure a notorious new to Dallas gang, responsible for the crime wave collecting high-end items is going to hit the warehouse SWAT has staked out. What no one counted on was the gang outsmarting SWAT by getting in unseen. Even more shocking is finding the thieves are werewolves. Becker gets another shock when one of the thieves is female and Cooper sees Becker seeing her.
While the SWAT pack loudly discuss their shock about battling another group of werewolves, Becker and Cooper hide from their teammates to discuss Becker’s reasons and actions while team mascot, pit bull mix Tuffie seemed to be doing all she could to protect Becker’s secret too, making this reader laugh. (Life with dogs.)
Meanwhile Jayna chafed under the incompatibility her Beta pack and a vicious pack of Omegas her Alpha decreed were part of their pack. Jayna had to find a way out of her predicament of constant spats with the Omegas, and help her Beta’s escape the horrifyingly cruel group of criminals their Alpha approved to rule the pack. Not to mention Becker made quite the lasting impression when he saved her.
Locating Jayna and getting her story was easy compared to the only plan Becker and Cooper could come up with to save her and the Betas. Not only did Jayna and her friends introduce new elements to this universe, she was able to provide more information about werewolf-dom than the guys knew. Overall for my taste this series improves with each outing.