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A Howl for a Highlander by Terry Spear
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Feb 03, 13

it was amazing
bookshelves: contemporary, paranormal, romance, adventure
Read in February, 2013

I never imagined that I would visit Grand Cayman Island with a hunky Highland wolf-shifter, but that's exactly what happened when I read "A Howl for a Highlander" from talented storyteller Terry Spear! The author's own visit to the island paradise fueled her well-defined powers of description and eye for detail, and you'll feel as though you too are seeing the sparkling sea, the shining sand, and the lush flora and greenery of the island. You'll also hear the deep purr of the hero's Scottish burr as you read his words! Duncan MacNeill may be the youngest of quadruplets by birth order, but by self-determination, he has made himself the most fierce! When scoundrel wolf-shifter and financier Sal Silverman steals the MacNeill clan funds, and leaves a trail of the broken bank accounts of others around the world, Duncan swears to stop the thief and make things right for all. Tracking the mongrel shifter to his home on the island, Duncan plans to wreak full vengeance. He must be careful, however, and not reveal the true wolf nature of Silverman or the MacNeills. As soon as Duncan arrives at the island airport, he immediately detects the presence of a tempting she-wolf-shifter, and try as he might, he can't resist the urge to check her out. Beautiful red-haired she-wolf Shelley Campbell is a professor of botany, on the island through a research grant. While she is drawn by the male wolf's potent Scottish charm and Highland brawn, she tries to keep her mind on her research mission. The fates have other plans for both Duncan and Shelley, however, and he ends up as a guest at the villa rented for Shelley's stay on the island. It turns out that Silverman also stole the grant money from Shelley's employer, and she needs Duncan to split expenses with her. Being in close quarters is torturous temptation--when two wolf-shifters mate, they mate for life, so an "island fling" just won't work. Or will it lead to something much greater? As Shelley and Duncan grow closer while they work to recover the stolen money and put an end to Silverman's criminal career, might they also find an unexpected, life-changing love? If you are a fan of paranormal romance featuring awesome Alphas and the feisty fab females who are their match-mates, then you will truly enjoy "A Howl for a Highlander" and the entire "Heart of a Wolf" series from author Terry Spear!

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