"My website may contain affiliate marketing links, which means I may get paid commission on sales of those products or services I write about. My editorial content is not influenced by advertisers or affiliate partnerships. This disclosure is provided in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR § 255.5: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Sunday Salon: To Tempt the Wolf by Terry Spear
Looking for a little twist in the murder mysteries you’re reading?
Then reach no further than “To Tempt the Wolf” by Terry Spear. It’s a spine tingling murder plot with a sexy romance and a little paranormal added in to keep you guessing. Don’t let the paranormal stop you, you’ll be believing before you know it.
Tessa Anderson is a photographer who’s fascinated by wolves. However, her main objective at the moment is to find the killer of her brother’s girlfriend, Bethany. It’s the only way Tessa can save her brother from prison.
Hunter Greymore and his twin sister are forced to re-locate to the Oregon coast after a wild fire destroys their home.
Tessa finds Hunter on the beach near her home. He’s badly injured and nude and an ice storm is about to hit the area.
How can she refuse him help? Tessa takes him home to treat his injuries. Hunter can’t remember what happened to him or who he is. He does, however, remember that he’s a lupus garou, a grey werewolf.
The couple soon realizes that someone is stalking Tessa. In order to keep her safe, Hunter agrees to help Tessa find Bethany’s killer. Meanwhile, Hunter discovers the stalker could be another werewolf who has set his sights on Tessa. The other werewolf, aided by two companions, is determined to have Tessa for himself one way or another. As his memory slowly returns, Hunter has his hands full trying to keep his world from endangering Tessa.
As the plot thickens and more become involved in the search for the killer, the reader is taken on a roller coaster ride of suspense and terror. Throw in a nosy reporter, the sheriff's son, and a stray lady werewolf and the situation gets even more complicated. It also appears Tessa may have some secrets in her past that would surprise even Hunter.
Amidst all the turmoil, the attraction between Tessa and Hunter heats up. The sexual tension is felt as the two try to stay away from each other only to be drawn together by a primal instinct. The chemistry between the two sizzles to the boiling point. Their sexual encounters will leave you breathless.
“To Tempt the Wolf” will have you on the edge of your seat waiting and wondering what happens next.
Author Terry Spear weaves a tale of human and wolf so intriguing that you will believe in werewolves. You will be mesmerized by the story and captivated by the bond between Tessa and Hunter. When the murderer is finally revealed, you’ll be caught off guard.
This is the third installment in the wolf series by Ms. Spear. The other books include: "Heart of the Wolf" and "Destiny of the Wolf." "Legend of the White Wolf" is scheduled for release in early 2010. For more on Ms. Spear's books, as well as the award-winning teddy bears she creates, visit her Website at www.terryspear.com
This paranormal romance will have you howling for more and searching for your own “alpha lupus garous.”
To Tempt the Wolf by Terry Spear * Sourcebook Casablanca * @2009 * ISBN: 13-978-1-4022-1904-7 * Paperback * 416 pages
Dec. 7 - Debbie Mason, Carolyn Brown, Paula Quinn, Olivia Miles and Hope Ramsay
Dec. 8 - Amanda Lee
Dec. 9 - Marilyn Meredith
Dec. 10 - Jessica Hernandez
Dec. 12 - Abbie Roads
Dec. 14 - Amanda Flower
Dec. 15 - Jonathan Sturak
Dec. 17 - Christina Bauer
Dec. 22 - Kaitlyn Davis
Books by Authors Visiting
Hi, I'm Mason Canyon and I love reading and that is why I do reviews. I post them here, as well as several other sites such as Goodreads, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. If you are an author who would like for me to review your book or you would like to guest blog here, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org These reviews are done for the love of a good book, not for monetary rewards.