Tymber is a principal researcher with the Directorate of Advanced Science and Technology. The grey wolf has a lot going for him. He’s smart. He’s thorough. He’s creative. He’s a geek. And he has a very vivid imagination.
But none of that has prepared him for his latest assignment: dealing with an overly impulsive, occasionally testy, and very private Technology Enforcement Agent named Spiritwolf.
Hijacked from his routine to support a wolf he only just met and a classified mission he knows next to nothing about, things quickly go from odd to strange to bizarre, especially as he attempts to uncover the one secret he’s been expressly told to not investigate: Spiritwolf.
Tymber must find a way to gain the trust of his newfound partner and help him succeed in his mission or everything between them will unravel and lead to failure.
And Tymber might never see Spiritwolf again.
Style: Literary Work
Parental Rating: NC-17 – Graphic sexual situations
Publication Date: July 2014
David Boccabella (verified owner) –
This is the first novel from Invisiblewolf that I read and I definitely enjoyed it. The buildup and tensions between the two main characters is great.. and leaves you hoping for Tymber to get at least grudging respect from the taciturn Spiritwolf.
Beside – Tymber has had fleeting contact with Spirit before and now is his chance to finally meet someone he as admired for some time face-to-face as it were. Which is the very last thing that Spirit wants – if he even survives an overly curious resourceful wolf with tech and brains.