Author: Terry Spear
Title: A Silver Wolf Christmas
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Grab a blanket and snuggle up with USA Today bestselling author @TerrySpear’s latest release, A Silver Wolf Christmas! This new release will have you in the Christmas spirit in no time.
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A SILVER WOLF CHRISTMAS is a fast paced, fun read; a sexy storyline about family, discovery and loss. Terry Spear writes an entertaining series about shifters, their loves and their happily ever afters. The characters are well developed, charismatic and colorful; the premise is evenly paced with interesting twists; the romance is sexy and cute.
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ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date October 6, 2015
C.J. Silver is eager to help the new she-wolves in town renovate the old hotel in time for the holidays, especially if it means spending time under the mistletoe with the alluring Laurel MacTire.
The bustle in the long abandoned hotel attracts the attention of human ghosthunters out to prove the place haunted, but the bigger problem is keeping them from discovering the werewolves in Silver Town. CJ and Laurel have to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes. Working together is a surprisingly hot holiday treat for two attractive and clever wolf shifters.
Fresh Fiction Review of A Silver Wolf Christmas by Annetta Sweetko:
A SILVER WOLF CHRISTMAS is a rollercoaster romance with the perfect amount of suspense and humor. I laughed out loud when CJ had mispronounced Laurel’s last name (it is McTire but pronounced McTier) because I had actually done that myself. They are a good couple and I enjoyed watching as he brought out the playful side of the serious she-wolf. The number of mysteries and troubles that need to be solved in A SILVER WOLF CHRISTMAS just kept adding up. You have the ghost-busters crew, the “C” on the wall that paint didn’t cover, a ghost wolf, and of course the disappearance of the girls’ aunt and the past owners of the hotel. These mysteries all merge together seamlessly in this well-crafted story and it is all lightened up with the Christmas theme as they prepare for the holidays in the midst of the drama. I have read a number of books by author Terry Spear and this one is a winner that will be on my TRA shelf and I await her next offering.
Welcome to Christmas wolf shifter style! Spear creates an exciting and fun story that kept me on my toes while taking me deep into the world of her unforgettable characters. The underlying current of mystery had me trying to puzzle it out while also enjoying my foray into this wolfy world. She uses descriptions to advantage, developing characters you can picture & feel as if you know, and settings that come to life, but leaving room for your imagination to run wild in this fantastic world. Spear develops her concept of wolf shifters well. She really lets readers know what it means to be one, how the pack works, and other cultural details. – See more at: http://purejonel.blogspot.ca/2015/09/aSWC.html
For the most part, this is a character driven story with Laurel and CJ’s budding romance on center stage. The author goes into a little bit of history as to why the heroine and her sisters are in town, and it also touches on the fact that CJ and his brothers are newly re-established in the town and are finally fitting back in. There is a strong sense of community which is accomplished through the varied secondary characters that populate the town. Ms. Spear took the time to describe the town, some of its traditions and some of its challenges. Like a lot of small hamlets, they struggle to stay afloat financially and have to come up with unique events to liven things up. Nothing makes a celebration easier than a holiday and Christmas is the perfect backdrop for some magic and romance. I adored the snowman making contest.
I enjoyed how Laurel and CJ ended up taking turns pursuing each other. The novel is told through both their points of view so I could get a sense as to what motivated them in their quest to connect. It’s hesitant at first but soon sparks fly, libidos are inflamed and readers get to see how good CJ and Laurel are together.
A Silver Wolf Christmas a howling good time and a recommended read.