"Wolf at the Door" by Christine Warren

Wolf at the Door (The Others, #1)Title: Wolf at the Door (The Others #1)
Christine Warren

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (March 7, 2006)
Source: Bought

Sullivan Quinn didn't travel 3,000 miles from his native Ireland and his wolf pack just to chase rabidly after the most delectable quarry he's ever seen. Quinn is in America on a mission--to warn his Other brethren of a shadowy group willing to use murder and mayhem to bring them down. But one whiff of this Foxwoman's delicious honeysuckle fragrance and he knows that she is more than a colleague or a conquest…she is his mate.
Anthropologist Cassidy Poe is a world-renowned authority on social interaction, but the overpowering desire she feels around Quinn defies every ounce of her expertise. Working by his side to uncover The Others' enemies poses risks she never expected--to her own safety, to those she loves, and to her heart, as every encounter with Quinn proves more blissfully erotic than the last…

Now, with no one to trust but each other, Quinn and Cassidy face a foe that's edging closer every day, threatening to destroy the life they've always known, and the passion they've just discovered…

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My Thoughts
This first installment in Christine Warren’s “The Other” series is chock full of laughs and one very sexy wolf.
Quinn is by far one of my favorite werewolf heroes of all time. He is extremely funny and definitely knows how to treat his mate Cassidy. I can’t get enough of his way of wording things either.
Cassidy is a feisty foxwoman who is a perfect match for this Irish wolf. She makes a good effort at keeping her distance, but who could resist a charmingly handsome wolf who would do anything for his mate. They were both great together and I could really feel the chemistry coming off the pages.
This story had some action in it as well and a bit of a mystery. I really liked seeing the characters work together in order to save not only themselves, but friends and loved ones from the schemes of one nasty foe.
For a great read with a new type of shifter to read about check out Christine Warren’s “Wolf at the Door”