Warren’s long-running and wickedly delightful Others series comes to a close as werewolf Logan Hunter’s life gets turned upside down. Warren has consistently provided a sexy and fun paranormal series that at times has been hilarious and other times slightly perilous. Hungry Like a Wolf falls into the edgy and dangerous camp, packed with plenty of action and sensual tension. Bravo!

Logan Hunter is the beta to his best friend Graham Winter, alpha of the Silverback clan, but lately Logan has been feeling restless and on edge. His wolf, driven by alpha instinct, is chafing at being beta. Sensing his friend’s turmoil, Graham sends Logan on a mission to find out what is going on with the White Paw clan. White Paw’s alpha died, and his daughter Honor Tate has inherited the position. The question is: Can she keep it? Honor has had her share of frustration, having had to fight three challenges since her father’s death only days ago. The arrival of Logan to “assess” the situation further infuriates Honor. As these two wolves collide, intense sparks fly. (ST. MARTIN’S, Jul., 320 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith