Addie’s job cataloguing an estate at the Sterling-Wylde Manor is complicated by ongoing discovery of new Wills and the two creepy heirs who refuse to leave her alone.
My Take: I love shifter books and I went into reading Laird Wolf expecting to get some enjoyment. However, Laird Wolf let me down. This would be the first book in Vivian Arend Takhini Wolves/Granite Lake Wolves series that I’ve read. Others will say that this book was a stand-alone from the rest of that series. To me that isn’t true. Even if this book was a stand-alone this entire story lagged for me there was no mystery to be found. The characters didn’t click. Also if I had to read about them calling themselves “Mate” one more time I thought I would have screamed. The premise of the story was Damon was in Scotland to rescue Addie. I love rescue mission they could be fun. Not! How can her life be in danger by two old men who were shifter and so was she… only redeeming quality in Laird Wolf was that Addie has an awesome gift; when I get some time I will start at the beginning of this series and maybe my review will change…but for now.