Tad Maxwell has turned into a work
alcoholic over the years. This helps to not only keep his
business in the air but to keep his inner werewolf in
check. He is struggling with what it would take to let his
werewolf out. Since his nature is latent and must be
triggered. Knowing it can only be triggered by sex with
another wolf, and he doesnít want to just have sex to
trigger the wolf. So his human and werewolf side seem to be
in constant opposites of each other.
When the one woman he has always loved
suddenly reappears in his life, he resigns himself to never
triggering the wolf as he canít get her out of his mind.
But he doesnít know that Missy is also a wolf and wants Tad
to help her escape a cruel future.
Now Tadís dilemma has taken on another
possibility, is Missy just using him or might she be his
life mate? The part of him that has always loved Missy will
do what it takes to keep her safe and sort everything else
Wolf Flight is an interesting second story
in the Granite Lake Wolves series and while it is
dynamically different than the first it is still a fun read.
I have to say that I was not drawn in from the start as I
was with the first in this series I still enjoyed it. I
love that the two characters care for each other but are
each afraid to go too far as they are both hiding their wolf
selves. But, in the end sometimes you are meant to wait so
that you will appreciate what you have. I had fun reading
Wolf Flight and think others will also.