Audiobook Review: Wolf's Capture (Kodiak Point #4) by Eve Langlais

Wolf's Capture: Kodiak Point Series, Book 4 - Eve Langlais, Chandra Skyye

My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at


I was so glad to hear that Tantor went ahead and finished the Kodiak Point series on audio. I was little worried with the break between this one and the previous book, Polar Bared. I just love this series so much. It has everything I love in a funny paranormal romance series. It has the humor, great characters, at least some suspense and action and lastly, great one-liner quotes that make me giggle.. This series has hit all of those in every book.


The hero of Wolf’s Capture is Brody. He is, you guessed it, a wolf shifter. He is also part of the military unit from the Middle East that now lives in Kodiak Point. He is also Reid’s beta. Brody has not been a fan of life outside of the military. It is entirely too boring. Actually, all the havoc that has been popping up recently in Kodiak Point has been making Brody happy. At least it gives him something to do.


The story starts with him out patrolling when there is another attack on the town by the local wildlife. This is something that has been happening a lot more lately. Brody goes to investigate. Then he see her and then he sees nothing else.


Layla is special. She doesn’t really know exactly what she is, but she is special. She has the ability to control many different forms of lower level of animals. She is also capable of controlling several animals at one time. She is also to put suggestions into their minds and then turn them loose to finish her task, say like, attacking a certain town. She can also see through their eyes, which is really neat with birds to keep watch for her. However, others learn very quickly that this is a very useful tool and want to keep her for their own use.


Layla is told to lure Brody so that he could be kidnapped. Then he is thrown in the cell with her. He doesn’t see to understand why she doesn’t attempt to escape. She can go through and explain each of her 56 previous escape attempts and where she went wrong and if she did escape, exactly how long she was free.



Chandra Skyye continues to do a good job with this series. I can easily tell the difference between each of the characters. I do listen at an increased speed, because her pacing is a little slow for me, but it works perfectly at that increase. I would still like to see her add more humor to these hilarious book, but overall, not bad.


I like to thank Tantor Media for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.