Wolf Under Fire|Paige Tyler
Wolf Under Fire
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Paige Tyler delivers intense action and sizzling romance in a brand-new paranormal romantic suspense series, perfect for anyone looking for:

  • an alpha wolf hero hungry for a challenge
  • an agent under fire with something to prove
  • a team of shifters who will stop at nothing to protect each other
  • and a race across the globe that'll leave you breathless

Supernatural creatures are no longer keeping their existence secret from humans, causing panic around the globe. To investigate, monitor, and--when necessary--take down dangerous supernatural offenders, an international task force was established: The Special Threat Assessment Team.

For the cases no one else can solve, they send in the Special Threat Assessment Team.

STAT agent Jestina Ridley is in London with her team investigating a suspicious kidnapping. Over her radio, Jes hears her teammates being savagely attacked. She runs to help, but she's too late. The only survivor, Jes calls for backup and gets former Navy SEAL and alpha werewolf Jake Huang and his new pack. Convinced that the creature who butchered her teammates was a werewolf, Jes doesn't trust them. But if they're going to uncover the facts and make it back home alive, she'll need Jake's help. And with everything on the line, Jes will have to accept the way of the wolf, or lose the partner she never expected to find...

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  • ISBN-13: 9781728205618
  • ISBN-10: 1728205611
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
  • Publish Date: May 2020
  • Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds
  • Page Count: 320

Romance: June 2020

Whether duke, werewolf or software engineer, the heroes in these engaging romances have met their match.

★ Wolf Under Fire

In Wolf Under Fire, Paige Tyler introduces the Special Threat Assessment Team, an international group tasked with stopping threats by supernatural creatures. While tracking down a kidnapped child, alpha werewolf Jake Huang’s team, including FBI-trained Jestina Ridley, uncovers a possibly world-­destroying plot. Along the way, Jake and Jes struggle against physical temptation while bullets fly and creepy creatures do not die. Are they perhaps fated mates as spoken of in werewolf lore? And how can Jes trust a dangerous man who isn’t fully human? This well-balanced blend of sizzle, supernatural intrigue and suspense is also imaginative: One team member is a “technopath” who can communicate with electronics. Wolf Under Fire is superb, exciting and escapist fare.

ALSO IN BOOKPAGE: Paige Tyler explains why she plans out all her books at P.F. Chang’s.

Say Yes to the Duke

Eloisa James takes us back to Georgian times in Say Yes to the Duke. Viola Astley, step-member of the infamous Wilde clan, must make her debut before she can declare herself a spinster for life. But she soon encounters the enigmatic and autocratic Duke of Wynter, who’s in search of a wife and thinks a Wilde daughter would be perfect—which means he must overcome Viola’s innate shyness to persuade her to become his bride. The delightful Wildes light up the story with humor and energy. James’ vivid descriptions of fashion are a treat, allowing readers to immerse themselves in this very satisfying romance. A professor of English literature, James often freshens a plot with something unique; in this case, it’s the production of a medieval biblical play. This romance is enchanting in every respect.

The Boyfriend Project

The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon is a thoroughly modern workplace romance with a bonus handful of scene-stealing friends. Successful software engineer Samiah Brooks goes viral when she confronts a cheating boyfriend, which leads her and the two other women he deceived to swear off dating for six months. Of course, this is exactly when Samiah meets new hire Daniel Collins. She resists her attraction as long as she can, but soon they’re both succumbing, even though Daniel has a secret that could spell disaster. Samiah’s struggles to balance work, dreams and love will resonate with readers of this clever, pleasurable read.