Wolf Fever by Terry Spear
Title: Wolf FeverAuthor: Terry SpearPublisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca/ www.sourcebooks.comISBN: 978-1-4022-3752-2Genre: Paranormal Romance; Shape-ShiftersPages: 399Price: $7.99Rating: 5 Blood DropsReviewed by Amy Ramsey of Ramsey's Reviews
Wolf Fever is a sizzling hot read! Every page radiates with action, romance, mystery, and suspense. Terry Spear is an expert in her field of writing, storytelling, and creativity. The characters are vividly expressed, grabbing the reader from the start and the plot (I don’t know how Terry comes up with these great tales) is spot-on throughout the entire read. Thank you, Terry Spear, for once again ensnaring me with one of your books. Wolf Fever is highly recommended to anyone who loves shape shifters (the were-wolf kind) and lots of sultry romance. . YUM! =)
Thanks to Amy Ramsey, who gave such a delightful review!!
Mondays are Mondays--way too busy even though we're open every day of the week and we're horribly short-staffed. So getting such a nice review first thing on Monday is a delight!
We have a little break in the frigid weather today, but by Wed it's bad news again. But it's also my day to post the hot kiss from WOLF FEVER at Casablanca and the day you all must comment, or anytime during the week afterward, to be eligible to win the unproofed ARC copy of HEART OF THE HIGHLAND WOLF. Just think--it's the first chance to read the 1st of the Highland wolf tales way before it even is released in June!!
In the meantime, other authors continue to post their kiss scenes from their books, and the top prize, 10 books, to be sent by a grand prize winner will be coming from Sourcebooks!!!
So be sure and comment EVERY day at Casablanca for a better chance at the grand prize!
Getting closer to the end is always fun because the excitement and problems are building and building and building, and someone's got to win. Well, the good guys, of course, but how???
I'm working on that. :)
I don't immediately know. Don't plot out my stories.
The heroine, Shelley Campbell, decides to take the bull by the horns and calls the bad guy. When her hero, Duncan MacNeill, asks what she's going to say, she doesn't quite know. She'll wing it--once she hears what the bad guy has to say.
And that's exactly how it goes. He starts to talk, she thinks of what to say, and voila! The scene is written. Well, not all of it. I still have to go back in and layer it with more emotion, actions, etc. But the scene is now ready to make real. Scenes like that have been playing in my head all morning--they're all vying for a chance to be in the book, but only the right ones are allowed. :)
A fan wrote to me that she wanted to reach through her computer monitor and hug one of my heroes, she felt so bad for him. I loved it!!! That's what we as authors strive to do. Create characters that are so real, so endearing, so evil, so frustrating that readers want to love or throttle them.
Then we've done our job.
In the old days, werewolves were only the stuff of legends--and never of a romantic nature. But now, why even they might bring their loved ones something special for Valentine's!
At Wolf Park, they have a special "Wild Valentine's" for the month of February--discussing wolf love. Wish I lived closer and could participate!
What was the nicest thing you ever received for Valentines???
"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male."