Audiobook Review: To Love a Wolf (SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #4) by Paige Tyler

To Love a Wolf: SWAT, Book 4 - Tantor Audio, Paige Tyler, Abby Craden

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


Yay!! Cooper finally gets his HEA. The man who has been the rock for so many of the characters so far finally gets to be the one who falls. He doesn’t get it easy either. He meets her in a bank only for it to get robbed before he could finish asking her out (how rude). Red flags are raised when through a guy through a window. He then gets put on administrative leave until his psychological evaluation is completed.


It was interesting how this story unfolded. Everly’s family is very protective her ever since her mother was killed back in France. It is now just her dad and her older brothers. They are overly critical of every man she has ever dated. She feels certain that Landry Cooper saving her life during the bank robbery would be the plus that he needs to win over her family. However there is a problem, the know about werewolves and they really don’t like them.


On top of all of this, there are bombs going off around the city. As a former EOD specialist for the military, Cooper lends his help to the FBI to try to find these bombs. That is until he sees something he doesn’t think should be part of the bomb. He is put in a tight spot between a friend and the FBI.


There is also this psychologist that Cooper is seeing. She knows something, I just don’t know what. I don’t think we’ve seen the last of her. I think the team could really use a therapist, someone to talk to. Cooper has been that person for so many of them, it was good to see him find someone to talk to. Imagine if he was able to actually tell her everything.



I continue to enjoy Abby Craden’s narration for this series. I think she does an amazing job with male and female voices. She has no problem coming up with new voices as more and more characters are added to the list. Now, in this book there are some French accents. I’m not good enough with French accents to tell you whether or not she did a good job or not. The characters that did have the accents, didn’t have huge parts.


**I like to thank the publisher for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.