Saturday, May 19, 2012

Review: A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing by Terry Spear

Meara Greymere is in charge of the cabin rentals on the rugged Oregon coastline, so her brother and his mate could take a delayed honeymoon. But while Hunter is away, the she-wolf intends to play—she just has to convince the right alpha male to rent one of the cabins, and she’ll take it from there. But when Finn Emerson arrives with every intention of pretending to be her lover, she's not going to take this lying down. She knows he'll tell her brother what she's up to and put an end to her game.

Finn Emerson is a Navy SEAL, formerly one of Hunter Greymere’s team members, and now he's trying to track down a gray wolf, who's already made an attempt on one of their team member's lives. Finn believes Hunter will be targeted next, only to discover Hunter is off with his mate on a honeymoon, and he fears Hunter’s sister is in grave danger. But the SEAL soon learns protecting the unpredictable sexy she-wolf is a mission and a half and protecting her isn’t all he wants to do. description taken from here.

I love Terry Spear!  I have read so many of her books and every one of them are great.  Then again, I am a paranormal junkie, but that fact is that she writes amazing romances featuring some very hot werewolves.  I think I've said it before in another one of Spear's reviews I did on another one of her books, but when I see a Terry Spear book in the book store, I pick it up because I know it will be amazing.  I don't need to read the back cover, I just know it will be good so I pick it up and take it to the register.

A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing was great, but then again, I'm partial to the "battle-hardened" (as the book calls it) men, which is what the main male character is.  As always with Spear, the characters were well written, the plot kept my interest and the romance was as cute as can be (and with a bit of steam too!).

**I was sent a copy of the book in order to write a real and honest review. I was not paid to write this review. All opinions are my own.**