A Head Spinner
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Book Length (Est.): 288 Pages
Kate Hale thought she had her life in order. She’d made an arrangement with Ian Becker as his stand-in pack mate. Strictly professional. No after dark meetings. No more crawling through her window. No late night snuggle sessions. She even delivers a high probability death prediction on short notice.
But Kate’s wrong… about everything.
A case that should have been open and shut has more questions than answers. The woman Kate predicted doesn’t die at her destined time, and someone else dies in her place. Now Kate and Becker must figure out what went wrong before the fates ripple back in revenge
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
This is the continuation of Kate and Becker’s story. It begins only a few weeks after where book two ended.
Kate just cannot let go of a case when she’s not one hundred percent convinced. She likes to dig and get the answers no one else wants to know. Lucky for her she has a cousin who’s a witch and a liaison who’s an officer. They’re both always willing to help as much as they can.
“I need the kind of comfort only MSGs and trans fats can give me.”
Becker is having a little werewolf issue, but the only way he can explain it to Kate is to tell her about a book. He’s quirky like that. He’s also still the ever dominant alpha male who likes to be over diligent in Kate’s protection.
First of all I have to say I really enjoyed Romancing the Null and Conditional Probability of Attraction and couldn’t wait to read The Werewolf Coefficient, but it wasn’t all I hoped it would be. With the first two being so captivating the third threw me for a loop. It left me feeling a little confused and with more questions than answers. There were too many loose ends left open and nothing felt solved. Maybe there will be more answers in book four.
My Favorite Moment: It was nice to see Becker lose control and even nicer to see Kate jump in and take care of him no matter how she was feeling about the situation.
“She carries the goodie basket into my room and sets it on the bed with a little note. EAT ME is on a homemade protein bar she sets near his fingers. DRINK ME on a canteen of water she’s mixed with electrolytes. She scatters a few other snacks like rose petals on the sheets. It’s like a fucked up Alice in Wonderland scene.”
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