Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Book Review of Terry Spear's Legend of the White Wolf
His wild side comes out with a vengance...
Detective Cameron MacPherson joins forces with lovely Faith O'Malley to search for his missing partners an her father's stolen research. But in the wilds of nature he encounters a mythical creature whose bite changes everything for their newfound love.
Is she the hunter or the hunted?
Faith is on the trail of a legend, and with or without Cameron, she won't be stopped.
Until the fatal moment when they both realize they must face their enemies together...or perish apart...
Legend of the White Wolf is a romance with the added complexity of werewolves. While Faith O'Malley is a smart, beautiful heroine on a mission, when she suddenly faces future as a werewolf, things become markedly more complicated. She draws the attention of the local Alpha but she has her eye on another.
Meanwhile Cameron has his own mission - and must help find his missing partners. Cameron discovers and gets on the wrong side of the local werewolves. He must find a way to save his friends and keep his newly discovered love.
Legend of the White Wolf is part romance, part werewolf adventure and much action. The book is likely to appeal to readers fond of contemporary romance and paranormal adventure.
ISBN-10: 1402219059 - Mass Market Paperback $6.99
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; 1 edition (November 3, 2009), 384 pages.
Review copy provided by the publisher.
About the Author, courtesy of Amazon:
Creator of award-winning teddy bears who have found homes all over the world including Australia, Switzerland, China, and Russia, a retired officer of the US Army Reserves, who loves to plant trees and flowers and if she could, she'd turn all the deserts green. Time travels are her favorite read, although she loves to read most anything, and the Bourne series, Romancing the Stone, Sixth Sense, Legend, The Princess Bride, Stardust, Inkheart, LOTR, and tons of other movies are her favorites. She loves to research, to make urban fantasy worlds real, to bring a little of the paranormal into our world. Even in "Winning the Highlander's Heart" the heroine feels she is cursed and she has second sight. But she tries to do it in a way that feels real, and not fantasized. :) Currently, she's working on two more in the wolf series, Seduced by the Wolf, and another, soon to be titled, coming next year.
Thank you to Danielle and SourceBooks for the review opportunity!