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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Kilts and bonny brae highland men. Hard to resist!

Hero of a Highland Wolf (Heart of the Wolf Book 14) by Terry Spear

Once more an American wolf shifter graces the fair Scottish shores. This time it is Julia Wildthorn's (mated to Laird Ian MacNeill) best friend, Colleen. Colleen is actually Lady Colleen Playfair and has just inherited a castle and properties from the grandmother she'd never met. To meet the terms of inheritance she has to stay at the castle for a year and a day.
Grant MacQuarrie is the clan's pack alpha male and chief, and manager of Colleen's castle. He does not want this American heir messing around with the running of the estate.
The sparks certainly ignite when these two connect. Grant has more than met his match Fortunately Colleen has a delightful sense of humour, is not easily fazed and takes all that Grant and his pack mates throw at her in her stride. And that was certainly some induction!
Add in the suspect villain, the smooth talking Archibald Borthwick, who has more than a passing interest in the new heiress. A dangerous mystery rears its head.
All the elements are present for a pleasing boy meets girl werewolf romance, but to my mind it just doesn't have quite the edge that Julia and Ian's story had.
Still, it's a Terry Spear and those who have been following her stories will be well pleased with this addition to the series.

A NetGalley ARC

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