That’s easy. It’s Trevor Maxwell, the snarky, occasionally inappropriate coyote shifter whose been showing up in the X-OPS Series here and there.
Trevor was originally only going to have a bit part in Her True Match, even though his book is coming up next in the series. But then he got involved in checking out a possible hybrid research facility in Maine, and from there, things got a little bit out of hand.
Much of this had to do with the fact that the Department of Covert Operation (DCO) needed to get one of their agents into a psychiatric facility to see if there were some evil people up there trying to cook up a new batch of hybrids. The critical issue at hand here is that the DCO thought the best way to get someone deep inside the facility was if that person needed to be committed. When it came to finding someone who could pull off that role easily, it was Trevor.
Not too sure what that says about him.
To give you an idea what I’m talking about, here’s a few lines of Trevor’s discussion with his doctor. By the way, the doctor thinks Trevor name is Miles…
“Do you ever hear voices, Miles?”
“I hear your voice, Doctor. Does that count?”
Brand looked up at him over the rim of his reading glasses. “No, actually, it doesn’t. I’d like to know if you hear voices when there’s no one else in the room.”
If Trevor really wanted to screw with this guy, he would have asked if TVs and radios counted, but that might be pushing his luck. The whole purpose of this mission was to get himself put into the facility’s general population, or whatever the hell they called the place where most of the people here got to wander around. From there, he needed to get into the isolation ward Ivy and Landon had described and find out what Mahsood was up to and whether there were actually any hybrids around. Saving the shifter Ivy had smelled was pretty high on his list of priorities, too. He couldn’t do any of those things if he pissed off Brand so bad, they tossed him out of the place for being a smart-ass—or if they put him in some kind of solitary confinement.
Trevor shrugged. “Sometimes my penis talks to me, but I’m pretty sure that everyone’s penis talks to them. Does your penis talk to you, Dr. Brand?”
Brand looked up again, clearly intrigued. “No, Miles, it doesn’t. But I’d love to hear what you and your penis talk about.”
As you can see, Trevor pretty much snarks his way through every scene he’s in, but when you read the story, I think you’ll agree, he adds a lot of fun to the book.
Paige Tyler is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of sexy, romantic fiction. Paige writes books about hunky alpha males and the kick-butt heroines they fall in love with. She lives with her very own military hero (a.k.a. her husband) and their adorable dog on the beautiful Florida coast.