A Werewolf’s Soldier, Warwolves, Book 1 [NOOK Book]

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Sergeant Joshua Tanner has always been drawn to danger. After multiple tours of service, first in Iraq and now in Afghanistan, he has developed a reputation as one of the Army’s finest soldiers. But when his latest mission leaves him wounded behind enemy lines in the deadly Korengal Valley, his only chance for survival lies with a mysterious and sexy stranger.

On a top secret mission, the werewolf Tuck may have finally found the mate he has ...
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A Werewolf’s Soldier, Warwolves, Book 1

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Overview

Sergeant Joshua Tanner has always been drawn to danger. After multiple tours of service, first in Iraq and now in Afghanistan, he has developed a reputation as one of the Army’s finest soldiers. But when his latest mission leaves him wounded behind enemy lines in the deadly Korengal Valley, his only chance for survival lies with a mysterious and sexy stranger.

On a top secret mission, the werewolf Tuck may have finally found the mate he has spent twelve years searching for. Josh is beautiful and fearless but completely unaware of the horrors that lurk in the dark places of the world. As a member of the US Military’s Warwolves unit, Tuck and his kind secretly hunt down the supernatural terrors that threaten humankind.

When an ancient monster rises in the forest, the hunter becomes the hunted. To save their lives, Tuck is forced to expose Josh to the beast hidden inside him and risk losing the love of his life.

An M/M Erotic Romance
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014700849
  • Publisher: DLZ Entertainment LLC
  • Publication date: 5/30/2012
  • Series: Warwolves , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 208,473
  • File size: 220 KB

Meet the Author

Kayley Scott lives in Dallas, Texas with her beautiful family, but her true home is in the Rocky Mountains. Born in a Navy hospital, she has always been fascinated with stories of the men and women who serve in the US Military. Her writing career began in a movie theater when she first saw Tim Burton’s A Nightmare Before Christmas. Since that day, she began reading and writing romance with a healthy dose of the unusual. She believes everyone deserves their happy ending, especially gay werewolves. Her first novel, A Werewolf’s Soldier, was released in 2012 and is the first book in her Warwolves series. Please feel free to contact her on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/kayley.scott.5) and Twitter (@kayleyscott).
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2013

    Where's bk 2?

    Love Tuck and Josh. Can't find bk 2. End of this story showed it should have been released a year ago. This looks to be a great series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    Really liked it!

    Really liked it!

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  • Posted August 13, 2012

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    Joshua “Josh” Tanner is a sergeant in the army and h

    Joshua “Josh” Tanner is a sergeant in the army and he has seen numerous deployments, first to Iraq and now to Afghanistan. Through all of his tours he has gotten the reputation of being one of the best soldiers around. He has been very lucky in his tours but on his latest mission he is behind enemy lines and injured in the Korengal Valley. Josh isn’t sure if he will make through this latest mission until a mysterious and sexy stranger comes up to him.

    Tuck is a werewolf that has been sent on a special mission and while on that mission he finds the one man that just might be his mate. Now he has to get Josh to safety so that Tuck has a chance to learn about his mate. Though Tuck will have to explain that the world as Josh knows it is vastly different because there are things out there that Josh thought was only make-believe. Tuck is part of a secret unit for the military that is charged with finding the bad things that go bump in the night and taking care of the threats they pose to the humans unaware of their existence.

    Just as Tuck thinks the last 12 years he has spent looking for his mate has come to an end with his discovery of Josh they suddenly find themselves being hunted by an ancient evil. Now Tuck is going to have to show Josh who he truly is if they are going to have a chance of surviving but Tuck isn’t sure that by showing who he really is isn’t going to end up costing him the love of his life.


    This is a great story that has super hot military men that will have the reader reaching for the nearest ice water. This is one story that once the reader starts reading it they will find it extremely hard to put it down for any reason. While for some readers will love the sexy military men they may not enjoy the m/m factor in the book. This story blends paranormal and military perfectly for an excellent plot that will have the reader wondering what will happen next. This one will also have the reader eagerly awaiting the next book in this series.

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  • Posted August 12, 2012

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    B rating....

    My {quickie} Review:
    Shifters and soldiers....honestly this is a mix I can truly get behind. Add in a little m/m action and it's ALL GOOD.

    This was an interesting book. It took a completely unique twist on Shifters (i.e. their amazing strength against humans in battle- hint: humans don't stand a chance). There was also some other really ferocious supernatural creatures. It's setting up to be a really good series with hints at what is to come in book #2. Oh, and you will not believe the twist on gay wolves in this book....really good!

    This particular book is about Josh, soldier in the Korengal Valley who gets wounded and left behind, and Tuck, the one-man werewolf super-army who can take out 80 insurgents without thought or effort. When Tuck finds Josh, he knows he's as good as dead unless Tuck does something drastic and he feels that immediate pull to him that tells him that Josh is his mate.

    I liked the marked differences in Josh and Tuck. In the normal world, Josh is a take-charge alpha kind of guy....always the biggest, always the baddest. But with Tuck, he's allowed to take the submissive role for the first time in his life and he really likes it.

    My only real issue with this book was the over-the-top "sweet talk" between these two and the cute names. It just seemed to be too much and I'm hoping that it was just a personality trait of Tuck's, because other than that it was a great and entertaining book to read. I'm looking forward to book #2.

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  • Posted June 6, 2012

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    Seriously buy this book, It doesn't disappoint.

    Kayley Scott’s debut novel A Werewolf’s Soldier, is one of the hottest M/M books I’ve read in a long time. The way this author describes Afghanistan and the soldiers makes them come alive. I loved Sergeant Joshua Tanner from the moment I met him and the werewolf Tuck is pretty badass and awesome too. Their journey through what most would consider Hell these days only brings the two men closer together. It’s a hot read, and I hope to read many more by this talented author. The writing and world building alone could keep me coming back, add in some hot guys and even hotter sex and I’m all over it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2012

    Excellent first book for this author

    Excellent characters with a little BDSM thrown in. Even though I do not enjoy BDSM, this story was excellent and I look forward to its follow up, The Werewolf's Marine.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2012

    Great story. Since I am interested to learn more about the world

    Great story. Since I am interested to learn more about the world and other characters that are introduced I will be looking forward to reading the next story A Werewolf's Marine.

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