Review: Lycan Unleashed (From The Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency #3)

Lycan Unleashed

Lycan Unleashed (From the Files of the Otherworld Enforcement Agency #3) by Tiffany Allee
pages: 115
publisher: Entangled: Ever After
Review Source: NetGalley
Release Date: January 14, 2013
My Rating: 2.5


Detective Astrid Holmes is a sensitive, a human capable of feeling the energy of otherworlders. When she is dispatched to the horrific murder scene of a local vampire, she expects it to be just another day on the job. But when evidence is stolen on her watch, she is removed—not only from the investigation, but from her job as a member of the Chicago police department’s paranormal unit.

Astrid’s only hope of reinstatement lies with her ex co-worker and almost-lover, Lycan Mason Sanderson. But convincing the OWEA agent to let her assist with the investigation isn’t nearly as difficult as staying alive when the murderer realizes that Astrid may hold the key to unlocking his identity.

Fighting to take down a killer could have deadly consequences for Astrid and Mason, but working together puts their already fragile relationship in jeopardy.

My Thoughts:

I had a hard time getting into this one. It never really grabbed my attention. The characters fell a bit flat for me. I had no major editing issues except for a few instances of a complete lack of transition from one place and characters to others. It would happen from one paragraph to the next, not from one chapter to another.  I was left a little confused for a few seconds.

 Astrid is a sensitive with the police department and Mason is a were with the Otherworld Enforcement Agency. They work together to sovle a murder after she is relieved of her duty on the force.  She and Mason have some issues to deal with in their personal lives. The sex was steamy if not very detailed.  Mason came across as a strong, silent, and hot alpha.  

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