Wondering why fuzzy? Terry is the author of a werewolf series, as well as the creator of Wilde and Woolly Bears. It seems appropriate for her to be here today on a full moon to discuss werewolves. The fourth book in her werewolf series, "Legend of the White Wolf," is slated for release on Monday, Feb. 1.
Terry will be giving away a copy of "Legend of the White Wolf" to one lucky person who comments on her post between today and 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5. The giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents. In addition, Terry will be dropping back by during the day to answer questions and respond to comments.
Terry can you tell us how werewolves fall under the heading of "a Cad or a Dad?"
Thanks so much, Mason, for having me, and letting me talk a little about werewolves and their world!!
Most women, when asked, love to read about cads in romance stories—the pirate wanderer, the Highland warrior, the cowboy rustler. There’s something intrinsically exciting about someone who is involved in high stakes adventures, a little rough around the edges, and not one to settle down, that make us—sigh. But in reality, in real life, what they really want is a nice stable dad kind of guy.
But what about a hunky werewolf?
He’s a mixture of both, don’t you think? He’s not a womanizer. Wolf morality gives him the necessary qualifications to stick by his mate through thick or thin. Wolf drives create a bond with his family, his offspring, so that he makes a darned good dad.
Even if he’s a little overbearing—a little possessive—a lot self assured, well, he’s also terrifically protective, and sexy, and committed.
You know, we can’t have everything, and trying to tame a wild wolf, is not in the cards. So if you want one--really, really want one--you’ll have to be every bit of a wolf yourself. He’ll love it, make your wildest dreams come true, take you places you’ve never been before. You’ll be ecstatic, feel as though you’ve harnessed the moon, released the more primitive side of your nature, and found heaven.
So though the thought of having a cad as a guy in your life might not be a very good idea, a werewolf hunk could be. If he’s the right kind of werewolf hunk. You see, just like with human types, some werewolves are cads—bad, no-good types, who are just wrong for a woman. But a decent kind of a werewolf, well, he’s worth his weight, and then some, in gold.
In "Legend of the White Wolf," the fourth book in the werewolf urban fantasy romance series, the hero and heroine start out trying to solve a couple of mysteries, only they find themselves immersed in an even bigger mystery—the stuff of legends and myths.Only they become part of that whole world with no easy way out.
If you’re looking for a romance and adventure with a wolfish kind of guy in the dead of winter, check out "Legend of the White Wolf." Beware, you might just fall in love!
So what do you think? Want a hunk of a wolf? Thanks again, Mason, for having me! J
Well werewolves do fall under both headings, some are cads and some make wonderful dads. Thanks Terry for sharing this insight about werewolves with us.
For more information on Terry, her werewolf series, and the adorable Wilde and Woolly teddy bears she creates check out her Website at www.terryspear.com. She also participates in the following blogs: Wickedly Romantic, Casablanca Authors, Fierce Romance, Shapeshifter Romance, and Romance Author, Terry Spear.
In addition, she can be found on Facebook.
Be sure to watch for werewolves tonight as there is a full moon and that sometimes brings them out. :) Do you think werewolves are cads or dads?