This wolf mates for life…
Nina Reyes knows trouble when she sees it, and Lex Warden, Enforcer for the local werewolf pack, is nothing but. When her brother gets in too deep with some dangerous wolves and comes to Nina for help—dragging super alpha protector Lex into her life—she can handle it. She might have put her grifter past behind her, but she's still got what it takes. If only she didn't find Lex—his body, his scent, even his domineering nature—so intoxicating.
As Enforcer, it's Lex's job to protect his people. Nina might be more capable of handling herself than he initially thought, but that doesn't mean she's safe from their enemies. His need to protect her is more than just pack business—Nina, a human, is his mate. Bedding her once is not even close to enough; to satisfy his wolf, he needs a true bond.
The heat between them scares Nina, but sometimes the reward is worth the risk, and the thought of living without Lex terrifies her more than any threat the werewolf mafia can pose. Lex will do anything to keep her safe. And when the Rogues catch up to them, he'll get a chance to prove it…
Watch for more Cascadia Wolves stories coming soon from Lauren Dane and Carina Press!
So, this is the type of review that this book whore hates to write, the bad one. I had such high hopes for Pack Enforcer, I love paranormal romance and I love shifter books but this one was such a disappointment. I wanted to slap Nina the entire book, she was bitter, nasty and judgmental to the point that she was as bad as the wolf she accused of being a bigot. There was not one redeeming quality to her character. Lex, for being the pack enforcer was weak. He allowed Nina to just be a total bitch to not just him but the Alpha as well as others in the pack, and her constant belittling and name calling (which I am all for a good funny sarcastic female but there is a line between being funny and being a mean bitch and she was way on the mean side) was disrespectful to Lex and the others in his pack. I am sorry but being a pack enforcer and second in command equals strength but he just didn’t show that. The plot was weak and just unlikable.
Am I being harsh in this review? Yes I can easily say that I am but I don’t mean any disrespect towards the author or fans of this book. This is my opinion and views and I really wish I would have loved it but sadly as you can tell that did not happen. Sadly this is one that I can’t recommend.