An award-winning author of medieval historical romantic suspense treats us to a magical romance of a werewolf and a human, and how love can conquer all.
Tess Anderson is a wildlife photographer for a magazine. She doesn’t really like it, but she needs the money to help defend her brother. But as she is risking her life to snap pictures of a forest fire, a grey wolf appears. She retreats, but not without her heart in her mouth. It’s uncommon for any animal to stay where danger threatens, but she can’t think about it now as she is on the way to her brother’s trial for murder.
Hunter Greymore is a lupus garou–a grey werewolf. When the forest fire gets too close to their home, he and his sister Meara packs up what belongings they can. They travel to his Uncle Basil’s cabin to stay and to see if any of their pack return. But down the road from the cabin lives a wildlife photographer and her brother, and it won’t do for them to catch Hunter or his sister shape-shift.
But when Hunter shows up on Tess’s beach half-naked and injured, she has even more problems. For instance, how attracted she is to him. Hunter doesn’t recall how he ended up on Tess’s beach, but he does remember he is a werewolf. So to keep a low profile, he stays with Tess at her cabin and soon is immersed in her investigations for her brother as well as trying to figure out his own past. But the chemistry sizzles between Tess and Hunter and a choice will soon have to be made. They can’t remain together if she remains human.
Action-packed romance and suspense-filled plot add up to pure magic. I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. Terry Spear is a great addition to the paranormal genre!
Armchair Interviews says: A paranormal romp that sizzles!