Wednesday, January 11, 2012
'Heart of the Highland Wolf' By: Terry Spear. (Review)
So, I borrowed ‘Heart of the Highland Wolf’ By: Terry Spear from my public library, because A; I LOVE Terry Spear, I CANNOT get enough of her books! Of course you could probably already guess that since I have reviewed not 1, not 2, but three of her newer releases, not to mention she is in my favorites list on the right.
And B: because It is one of the few books of hers I have NOT read.
SO, I was super excited to get it home, after all; I was on the wait list for this book, so I was really looking forward to it.
OF COURSE I was not disappointed, impatient maybe, but not disappointed. I have learned by now that Terry Spear is going to deliver, I have not read a bad book from her YET, and I doubt I ever will, she’s just too good at what she does.
So ANYWAY, I read the book in less than a day, (I’m a speed reader) and it took me a little less than 5 hours to read from start to finish, because it was literally THAT good. Not joke, no exaggeration, I LOVED it!
Ian Macneill is ‘King of the hill’ in this tale, as the eldest brother of four; sexy, Scottish wolves, he oversees the safety and security of his family, and fellow pack members, in his Scottish home, which JUST HAPPENS to be a castle.
*Insert a delicious shiver*
This is actually one of the first stories I’ve read that the hero wasn’t filthy rich; I was kinda surprised. It was a GOOD surprise though Ian and his brother’s need help financially, and famous author Julia Wildthorn is gonna bring it. Somehow she convinces her best friend, an assistant to a major movie producer to use the castle as their backdrop for a new movie. Now, that in itself would have been interesting, but there is A LOT more going on than a moody laird hating the film crew.
Julia and her friend are BOTH unattached female wolves!!!
Not ONLY that, but we also have a little intrigue because someone apparently has it in for Julia, and who would have guessed that the Scottish Laird would end up needing his mate for more than a little monetary gain?
No, he was not aware that she was the one who insisted the film crew use HIS castle, so no worries about him being a fortune hunter.
*This book is FULL of everything I hold near and dear in a romance; drama, suspense, and of course steamy love scenes!
I HIGHLY recommend ‘Heart of the Highland Wolf’- and give it 5 stars!!!!
(No doubt about it, you’ll LOVE this story)