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Where The Wolves Read

A blog where I review mostly books. I also review, if my appetite allows, movies, music, and video games. Enjoy the feast!

Friday, April 6, 2012

A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing by Terry Spear


Summary: 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 an ex-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 former 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.


Review: Ohhhhhhhhhhh Finn...I don't know if there are any proper words to describe you. I adore you and you aren't even my favorite alpha. I enjoyed getting to know Finn very much. He was a joy to read. Meara was a treat as well. I knew she would be fun. After reading Hunter's book I've been wanting hers. Of course she had her moments when I wanted to smack her, but she was great for the most part. Her attempt at finding a mate was cute. She was obviously ready to settle down which I completely understand. I was wondering if Finn was going to actually grow some balls when I was reading A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing. Lucky he proved his muchness so he definitely gets a thumbs up from me. The story was excellent of course. It has mystery, action, and of course the twists were wonderful. I always enjoy returning to this series because they're all very well done. I especially like this story because you think you know who the bad guy is, but I highly doubt that you're right. It's a clever, but sad situation. Bah I've said enough. No spoilers in this review! Just go and read this series!

5 howls

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