Title: A Murder of Crows (Agents of C.L.A.W. #2)
Author: Jane Wallace-Knight
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand, Inc.
Release Date: January 17th 2019
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance, Mystery
Word Count: 43,132
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Carl “Bear” Barnes loved working for C.L.A.W, a shifter section of MI6. Not only has he made a home for himself there, but he might have found his mate, even if the other man does seem oblivious.
Crow shifter Benjamin Clearwater joined C.L.A.W. looking to escape his past. A tech genius, he found it easy to hide in his work, keeping everyone at arm’s length. He always knew, though, that a fresh start wouldn’t be that easy.
When a ghost form his past threatens everything, making Benjamin look guilty of a crime he didn’t commit, he knows he must go on the run in order to clear his name.
Bear’s feelings might seem one-sided, but won’t let Benjamin go it alone. A game of cat and mouse, a twisted treasure hunt, and the fact that they keep almost getting blown up isn’t going to put him off as they travel over England trying to hunt the man who’s hunting them.
As far as this series is concerned, I’m totally hooked. This was the second book in the Agents of C.L.A.W. series and it was a wonderful addition.
Ben Clearwater is a crow shifter, a technical genius and a member of C.L.A.W. After creating a new identity 5 years ago, he won’t let anyone close enough to know the real him. But Bear has certainly tried.
Bear has wanted Ben from the start. So when Ben’s world collapses and his past comes back to haunt him, he’ll do everything he can to keep him safe and hopefully just keep him.
I love a good action/romance and this one was perfect. It wasn’t over the top, but there was enough that it got my anxiety up and rooting for the C.L.A.W. team in its entirety. And it was fun to see the characters from the first book as well. I loved how well they all worked together and how understanding the team was of each of its members. Totally supportive, yet highly humorous.
This was a fast paced, fun read with awesome characters, plenty of action and lots of cute romance.