I'm a big fan of these books, and whenever I find a romance/paranormal series I enjoy, I'm always waiting for the axe to fall - when will there be utterly manufactured conflict? When will the characters start behaving weirdly and make stupid decisions for no apparent reason?
Not yet, it seems! Thrown to the Wolves continues the story of Cooper and Park's relationship and allows that relationship to develop and move through conflict in an organic, engrossing fashion, while still building the world of werewolves that we've come to glimpse through Cooper's eyes in the previous two books. Meeting his partner's family would be daunting enough if they weren't also the most powerful werewolf pack on the continent, and his expectations of strife are met and exceeded.
Cooper's character also develops - his confidence and his certainty, his fierce independence - these traits are put to the test. How far can he bend without compromising who he is?
Ultimately, this is an excellent read. If it's the end of the serious, it's a satisfying finish, but I hope that there's more to come.
(You'll want to read the previous two books first.)
I liked this story. The main characters are engaging and the storyline moves fast. The only quibble I had with it was that it feels more like a chapter in a larger story than a complete book on its own - there is still a significant amount of things unrevealed and unsolved.