In book 2 of this series, Miki Kendrick takes centre stage. This woman is a complete nutcase (disregarding her phenomenally high IQ that is) with no safety valve at all between her brain and her mouth. A computer expert (narrowly avoiding prison at a young age for hacking into secure sites the Government wanted left strictly alone), inventor extraordinaire of some dangerous weaponry the Black Ops team may just kidnap her for and a crack shot (well her Mum was in the Marines) Miki is a vividly drawn character that positively leaps from the pages. If you're in trouble with no way out, this woman is someone you would want covering your back; a one woman A-Team who will do anything for her best friends Sara and Angelina.
Currently Miki is running scared, having put off her visit to Sara's new home as she is unable to deal with the wolf shape shifter who has made it perfectly clear he wants her. Conall may come across as a non threatening giant teddy bear of a man; however the clever Miki sees right through his facade. This wolf is a true Viking, a marauder out to steal her heart whilst she has absolutely no plans to hand it to him. Now if he wasn't so gorgeous, she wasn't so attracted to him, and her friends absolutely determined to set her up with him, she may have visited Sara sooner.
This book is even better than it's prequel "Pack Challenge" with a great plot and a fantastic pair of leading lovers. Miki is again the tough type of leading lady I enjoy whilst Conall is her perfect match as he attempts to woo a woman with a gigantic IQ the size of of her equally big mouth. Smart, savvy and sassy, Miki leads Conall a merry dance as they battle shape shifting hyenas before she admits she loves him, but as far as he is concerned it is well worth the time and effort he invests in their developing relationship. I am now left eagerly looking forward to reading Angelina's story; book 3 "Here Kitty, Kitty" will see her matched to a shape shifting tiger.