Nurse Carol Woods is sick of being penned up. She hated it before she was turned into a werewolf, when the gray pack was trying to keep her safe from the destiny she saw in her psychic images, and she hates it after being turned into a red werewolf. Now, she can't get an alpha male from another pack out of her head, she keeps seeing visions of a horrible werewolf disease she can't cure, and she refuses to be controlled by the ebb and flow of the moon, so she is denying her shift into a wolf.
Ryan McKinley just can't believe in psychic visions. He is only stalking Carol because he wants to know how she really found out the info that solved his last case. That's it. It has nothing to do with how great she looks in a nightdress or her own inner strength, no matter what his sister says and the number of pictures of Carol he has in his case file. If Carol can't accept her newly-turned self, the gray pack can't let Ryan do what he needs to in order to protect Carol on their territory, and he can't come to terms with her psychic abilities, they are all going to remain at a dangerous standstill that may risk the lives of at least three packs.
A riveting and entertaining novel, WOLF FEVER is a lot of fun and makes one want to devour all of the rest of Terry Spear's books.