This is not a stand alone novel.
The Mad Dogs return to Camp Smokey in the North Carolina Mountains brings more changes than just their brand new downtime base. A new Council Representative is the least of the changes thrust upon the unit.
Promotions that are unwanted, more questions Doc needs to answer, and born shifters to be recruited in hopes that they can become Mad Dogs. But even with new allies, the Council and the Organization just won’t give the unit a break.
Mad Dogs Series:
If you follow my reviews, then you should know that I’m a die-hard Mad Dogs fan. So I couldn’t wait to start reading this book.
Sadly though — for me personally it wasn’t one of my favorites of the series.
This book does pick up right where book 6 left off, but we are introduced to a bunch of new characters. A lot of them. And for me it was really confusing on trying to keep up with everyone. Also with this book there was a lot more sex than in the previous books.
I will say though this book did progress the series along. It did keep my interest and kept me wanting to read more into the series in the future. Just for me, this wasn’t that enjoyable of a read for me.