ARC Review: The Best of Both Wolves by Terry Spear

Title: The Best of Both Wolves

Author: Terry Spear

Series: Red Wolves #2

Pages: 312

Release Date: January 25, 2022

2 stars out of 5
2 stars – it was ok

Sierra Redding has left the military and is starting her new job as an art teacher for the red wolf pack in Portland. When she stops a break in and sketches the thief, she finds herself with a part time job as a police sketch artist. 

This book was ok. I found myself interested in the police cases that Detective Adam Holmes and Sierra were working on but their relationship itself was just ok. For the first part of this book, Sierra was in a relationship with another wolf who only wanted to spend time with her when it worked with his schedule. She stayed in the shitty relationship because she wasn’t a quitter (her words). 

Sierra and Adam’s relationship moved pretty quickly after she left her ex. Which is fine, but it is also kind of meh. I didn’t get a lot of emotion during their short courtship. Yes, they really were attracted to each other and got along well but there wasn’t much of a spark, at least for me. I think part of this might also be because the police case parts took up so much of this book that their relationship kept getting buried under it and was losing its power. 

Overall, this was an ok book. If you like police procedurals with some romance this book will probably work for you. But, it was a long 300 pages when you expect more romance than case work. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Joy to the Wolves


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