D.J. Torres is a werewolf in the Marines, and as a result of being shot down, he's taken to a secret government facility where powers-that-be intend to change his life, and not for the better. There's not much I can say about the specifics without spoiling, but overall it was a cool story with some suspense and interesting characters. People with superhuman abilities are always fun, and I often enjoy a good government conspiracy, so it was a nice read for me. There's some clever banter, though not enough to make a claim of comedy. Since I don't know much about real life military (and certainly not SECRET military) operations, I don't know if the details were authentic or not, but the writing was confident and came across as being realistic, aside from the obvious exceptions of werewolves and genetically modified assassins.
The characters were likeable and kept me following the story without ever feeling like I needed to take a break. There were very few typos or awkward sentences, so thumbs up on the writing itself.
Language: R. They use the 'F' word like it's about to be repossessed, but although I don't like reading it, I think it was used in a realistic way to help give the story weight. Still, if you don't like profanity, this isn't the book for you.
Sexual Content: OK, so I'm going to gripe about this one. I'm NEVER a fan of explicit sex scenes. I know how it works, already, I don't need a documentary. In general I just skip them and move on, but still, it annoys me to have to find the end. In this case, skipping the sex was more challenging than usual. I can't go into the reason for this without giving things away, but just take my word for it. I would much prefer to have a 'pan away' scene.
Overall Message/Plot: Aside from some kind of obvious set-ups to get the two main characters together, the plot was pretty solid. The author provided believable reasons for the characters to get themselves into their situations, and while the reasons weren't super original, the characters were life-like enough to make me overlook that. Overall, a good read, and never boring.
EDIT: When I went to post my review on Amazon I saw that the book has a new cover. No more half-naked man. If you want to check it out for yourself, click here.