Wolf At The Door by Layne Macadam

Wolf At The Door by Layne Macadam
Publisher: Syn Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (117 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Jonah Lawson is a wolf with secrets. Fate has dealt him a shabby hand. So long ago, he decided to lead a solitary life, never to inflict his tortured past on any female. He takes his pleasures outside the pack with human women, and that works just fine until the exquisite Camille Robineau arrives at the compound claiming relative status to his alpha, and he knows he’s in trouble.

With his protective armor firmly in place, he treats her with sardonic indifference, but when the headstrong, reckless Camille goes missing, he realizes she’s stolen his heart. His wolf senses ignite and he leads a search party to find her that ends with dire consequences that no one could have foreseen and leaves Camille making a sacrifice that will impact the rest of her life.

This was a great paranormal romance. As a first time reader of Layne Macadam, I can honestly say that she has easily hooked a devoted follower with Wolf At The Door.

This lovely shifter romance is the second installment to the Heritage Series. The writing was excellent and had the perfect blend of excitement, intrigue and sexy romance. The characters were incredibly likeable. Jonah was a great tortured alpha hero who was more believable than most. He had legitimate concerns about something from his past that actually affected the relationship. I hate it when a book boyfriend goes on about his big secret and then it ends up being something that doesn’t matter anyway. Jonah was being sincere with his issue and that made him more real to me. Camille was a hoot as our heroine. She was fearless and courageous and charming. I absolutely loved her together with Jonah. Just as impressive was the intriguing cast of secondary characters. I can’t wait to read about Camille’s brothers, especially Connor, and also to find out more about why their mom had to leave their father. There is a mystery there that I am eager to explore.

Wolf At The Door was an excellent read that left me looking forward to the next book in the Heritage Series. I recommend it to everyone.


  1. Thank you so much for the wonderful review. I’m so happy you enjoyed my story!

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