NO WEREWOLVES ALLOWED by Cheyenne McCray
No Werewolves Allowed by Cheyenne McCray
Night Tracker, Book 2
St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Reviewed by Jo
As a member of the Night Trackers, Nyx Ciar puts her life on the line every night during her duty. By day, Nyx and her partner Olivia run a P.I. agency and pick and choose what cases they take on. Having dual roles is nothing new for Nyx, who as a half Drow and half human, and as dusk falls, she changes into a Dark Elf. A new case just came her way that will combine both her roles. Werewolves are being taken and then turn up after being tortured. Something strange is seriously up if Weres can’t track what’s going on.
Nyx prefers to work alone but accepts the team that is assigned to her, as there is little to go on. Danger to Nyx and the team is immediate as they set up at the Were’s camp. Watching Nyx’s back, along with the team, is Detective Adam Boyd – her lover and one savvy cop. It gets personal when Nyx gets a little too close to the answers. When the final battle happens, it’s going to take a combined effort to stop the madman who thinks the only good paranormal is a dead one and you don’t want to know his opinion of humans who work with them.
When you’re used to being the strong one, it’s nice to have a loved one strong enough to watch your back. No Werewolves Allowed tells of Nyx’s next huge battle as a Night Tracker. Nyx takes her responsibilities to heart – be that in her day or night vocations. I loved that Adam and Nyx made up prior to her leaving for her next assignment. What I loved even more is that Adam, while fully human, doesn’t see a difference in Nyx no matter what she looks like. Of course there was sever fighting, chaos and general mayhem – I wouldn’t expect anything less in a Night Tracker book. I truly enjoy when a strong female character doesn’t have to dumb down for her man – something I never face in one of Chey’s books. The struggles and danger that surrounds Nyx just brings her closer to Adam as he accepts what she does, and of course, does whatever he can to help her. No Werewolves Allowed is fast paced with danger and passion that makes it impossible to put down.
Nyx and Adam just keep getting better and better, which when combined with her job as a Night Tracker makes No Werewolves Allowed a Joyfully Recommended book in my opinion. I can’t wait to see what happens next with them.