Friday, December 14, 2012

A Howl for a Highlander ~ Terry Spear

A Howl for the Highlander (Heart of the Wolf, #10)A Howl for the Highlander by Terry Spear
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Publication Date : Feb 5, 2013

Terry Spear is fast becoming one of my favorite authors so as soon as this one popped up on Netgalley I was very excited. As usual Spear has managed to take her wolves to places I would never have thought. This time we find our wolves in the Cayman Islands. Of course not on vacation, but they will have some fun.


Duncan MacNeill is on a mission—find gray wolf and former stockbroker Silverman who has stolen his family fortune and is purported to be living in the Grand Cayman Islands. As a Highland wolf, Duncan rarely leaves his native homeland, and taking a trip to an island paradise is not his dram of whiskey. But keeping the MacNeill's ancestral castle depends on making Silverman pay.
Silverman never believed that MacNeill would actually track him down, and he's ready to run. But when a beautiful botanist catches Silverman's and MacNeill's attention, these two alphas realize they have even more to fight over...

My Take:

Now As usual I have not been reading these in order but if you have this one takes place after Hear of the Highland Wolf. It seems that the MacNeil clan has found themselves swindled out of all of their cash and is hot on the trail of the man, who is actually a wolf, responsible. That trail leads Duncan to a tropical paradise and a hot female wolf who is there doing research but finds herself swindled by the same wolf.

This book definetely has a high hotness factor. Spear's wolves are usually totally sexy alpha males but Duncan is sexy times two! Just imagining the accent.. And of course are heroine is pretty alpha herself. This is another thing I love about Spears werewolf series. All of her female leads are strong and independent. There are no damsels in distress waiting to be saved. These lady wolfs can take care of themselves with their sharp wit and equally as sharp fangs.

Of all the different werewolves out there Terry Spear's are the most fun. Be sure to add this one to you TBR pile!


  1. I haven't read a book subject to werewolves in a while, but this seems like a good book to bounce off of to start with.

  2. Thanks so much, Delia!!! I LOVE your site! :)

  3. Thanks for stopping by Terry, I am a huge fan :) I can't wait to read the next installment of your series!