Tears of the Wolf (Hotel LaBelle Book 4)
by Sharon Buchbinder
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Pub Date 19 Oct 2020 | Archive Date 30 Nov 2022
Chief of Tribal Police Jacob Graywolf serves and protects his community on the reservation. When an epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women hits home, he's relieved the FBI gets involved. But something about the woman agent has him running scared.
FBI Special Agent Zena Adalwolf is certain Jacob is her soul mate. Their connection at first sight is immediate and urgent—a bond that transcends their professional relationship. If only the clueless hunk would realize they belong together!
After more Native American women are killed, Zena and Jacob suspect they have a serial killer on their hands. To track down the unsub, they allow their inner wolves to come out and play. But with the ever-ticking clock going wild, will the killer find them first?
Average rating from 6 members
I love all of the books in the Hotel LaBelle series and have read them all each is a total stand alone so you can read them in any order just do yourself a favour and read them all you won't be disappointed.
With native american women disappearing (I actually read and article about this recently) it has been decided to set up a task force to investigate it At the head of this task force is Jacob Graywolf the Chief of Tribal Police also working this task force is FBI agent Zena Adalwolf. This is a story with many story lines all interwoven to become a story that has you unable to put it down As not only is a psychopath having to be tracked but a romance is blooming and once again the paranormal events that happen at the hotel.
An amazing one sitting read. Trigger warning, abuse against Native women. A suspenseful thriller with Jacob, a chief of police, meeting Zena, a FBI agent. Together they hunt a killer who has evaded capture. You will fall in love with the characters and the series. It is a standalone but if you are like me, you will go on the hunt for the other books in the series. I hope this isn't the last we see of the characters.
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