Title: Calming the Enforcer (Cloverleah Pack #4 – Standalone)
Author Name: Lisa Oliver
Publication Date & Length: October 12, 2014 – 250 pgs
Troy Peterson has been waiting three long months for his true mate to return from his deployment in the US Army. But when Anton doesn’t turn up as planned, Troy starts to second guess everything he knows about his mate – and that’s before he has even met him.
Anton Sage fully intended on meeting Troy, the moment his ninety days service was up. But the Army had different ideas and now Anton is sitting in his wolf form, in a cage, wondering if he will ever get the chance to meet the man Fate intended for him.
Even after they meet, things do not go well. Between the Army, the mysterious Kylan, another wolf with the hots for Troy, an overbearing friend, and some old fashioned misunderstandings, Troy and Anton might never have the happily ever after they had dreamed of. Sometimes the mating gift can prove to be a curse.
Warning: This book is about two male wolf shifters. It includes fated mates, graphic gay sex, and references to BDSM, PTSD and cutting. Some foul language and violence.
This has to be the most controversial book in the series so far for these pack of men. This book has a little bit of everything from military generals turning on their men to new pack member not being who he claims to be and endangering everyone in the pack.
This book is about Troy and Anton. After months of waiting to meet formally, they think that their time has finally come. But fate has different plans for these two men and if they are not careful they may never get to meet each other in person. There are more than one source trying to keep these men apart. They both have to have faith in each other, which is not easy to since they have never met.
I believe that this mating is probably the hardest to accomplish and once they do, both men have to figure out if they do trust the other or would it be better to walk away. I really enjoyed this book. It had so much mystery mixed into it along with the fact that these two men just could not seem to get it together. They are both insecure and have things they need to work out within themselves before they are able to commit fully to each other. And as always Lisa left this book ending with a cliff hanger and left me waiting for more.
Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
When Lisa is not writing, she is usually reading with a cup of tea always at hand. Her grown children and grandchildren sometimes try and pry her away from the computer and have found that the best way to do it, is to promise her chocolate. Lisa will do anything for chocolate.