Review: In the Company of Wolves by Paige Tyler

Cover for In the Company of Wolves by Paige Tyler

Title: In the Company of Wolves

Author: Paige Tyler

Series: SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #3

Pages: 290

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

When the SWAT team ends up in a shoot out with a group of gang of criminals they find out they are a pack of werewolves. During the firefight Eric Becker comes face-to-face with a female shifter who instantly sets off his wolf side and now he has to figure out a way to get her away from the other pack. 

This was another great addition to this series. With each book, Tyler keeps expanding this world of werewolves and the lore behind it. I really love that we are seeing other types of werewolves now like betas and omegas. Also, I love seeing more female werewolves and hope we get more in the future. 

Jayna Winston has had a rough life but she found a family with her wolf pack. Unfortunately, things have recently gone down hill with her alpha and now she finds herself struggling to do the right thing. I really enjoyed Jayna. She was a great heroine who was extremely compassionate and protective of her little pack. I liked that while she wasn’t as alpha as Khaki, she still would stand up and fight when necessary. 

Eric was a great hero. He went out of his way to protect Jayna, but also allowed her to be a part of it at the same time. He never stifled her or pushed her. I really loved how careful he was after she disclosed how she had changed. He really was perfect for her. Their relationship was a fated mate one but it was a slower paced one due to the circumstances and her past traumas. I quite enjoyed it because it worked perfectly in between the action.

Overall, this was a great addition to the series. It really expanded this world of werewolves and introduced a great new group of characters. 

Trigger Warnings: Discussions of attempted rape, domestic abuse, alcoholism, and suicide.

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Hungry Like the Wolf
  2. Wolf Trouble

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