Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Heart of the Highland Wolf by Terry Spear

Get comfortable, pour a cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage), relaxheartof highlandwolf-300 and let’s talk books. Today I want to share a paranormal romance by one of my favorite authors. 

It’s always fun to pick up one of author Terry Spear’s books and be transformed to a place where fantasy and realty go hand-in-hand. She says she doesn’t write mysteries, yet there is always intrigue and suspense mixed with her romance and fantasy.

If you’re looking for an enjoyable book to read this summer that will take you on a fun adventure, look to the HEART OF THE HIGHLAND WOLF.

Author Terry Spear has once again created an enchanting world of werewolves and blended them into everyday reality with such ease you’ll be convinced shape shifting is natural.

Ian MacNeill is laird of Argent Castle in Scotland and alpha leader of his werewolf pack. When the pack faces some financial difficulties because of bad investments, Ian reluctantly agrees to let a movie be made at the castle.

Julia Wildthorn is an author who writes werewolf romance books and is a werewolf herself. She agrees to go the movie shoot with her friend, Maria, for inspiration. However, she has a secret agenda of her own. She’s to find an ancient artifact at the castle.

Ian is sexy and strong with a gentle side. Julia is a bit headstrong, passionate and beautiful. While the two clash, the chemistry between them ignites. Can the ancient artifact be a link between their two clans that will lead to a union between them or the object that tears them apart?

The descriptions of the countryside and the details of the castle are so vivid you will almost swear you are in the breath-taking highlands of Scotland and a part of the story. The secondary characters are refreshing and add depth to the story.

HEART OF THE HIGHLAND WOLF is an interesting blend of paranormal romance and suspense with enough humor for an entertaining read filled with passion and desire. You’ll be spellbound from beginning to end.

Author Terry Spear’s website is

Heart of the Highland Wolf by Terry Spear, Sourcebooks Casablanca, @2011, ISBN:9781402245527, Paperback, 416 pages

FTC Full Disclosure - I requested this book and it was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.

Tell me your thoughts on blending paranormal with reality. Do you enjoy reading books in this genre? If you’re a writer, do you add a bit of ‘magic’ to your stories? Thanks as always for stopping by.


  1. I do love a magical element in books! Maybe that's because the South is fairly superstitious? A little hint of mysticism or ghosts or physic ability--love it!

    Thanks for introducing us to Terry, Mason!

  2. Hi Mason .. Terry Spear's stories set in Scotland do sound so interesting .. not sure about the paranormal .. but I'm happy learning things new.

    One day I shall get to read her .. cheers for now .. Hilary

  3. Mason - Oh, yes! I remember you've mentioned this one before, and of course, Terry Spear has been one of your visitors. I love the Scottish setting of her work :-).

  4. As always, great interview, Mason.


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