Legend of the White Wolf
In this fourth in Spear's series, Private Eye Cameron MacPherson and Faith O'Mallery are both on quests that lead them into the world of magical wolves…
Cameron arrives in the Canadian Arctic to search for his partners in his P.I. business who are late returning from a hunting trip. Faith is there to discover what her father had seen in the same area years earlier that had...more
I liked that we are getting another type of werewolf. I hope there's going to be another book down the track that tells me what happened to the whole group. As newly turned, it would be interesting to see whether they adhere to all the old traditions.
What I like best about this story is that the hero and heroine are not wolves. At least in the beginning. They meet while doing their own investigations for different reasons in the same place. And from that comes a great storyline not only ...more
Terry Spear’s Heart of the Wolf series has evolved into such a large grouping of sub-series that I’ve made the choice to go back and re-read the earlier stories in order to get caught up on characters and events in the newer releases that are connected in some way. Legend of the White Wolf is a perfect example. This 2010 release introduced us to four men, friends and business partners who would eventually make up a newly formed, newly turned wolf pack. Four ordinary men ...more
But this wasn't very good. The characters were wooden. The plot dragged. Between every actual action, the character had to stop and internalize for like three paragraphs. The romantic tension was laughable; (view spoiler)[ Yeah, I'm totally on board with the couple getting "married" after knowing each other for like 24 hours. I don't GAF if wolves mate for ...more
If you like your werewolf stories with a bit of a bite, then pick this series up now. A Night Owl Romance Top Pick! (Robin Night Owl Romance 20100119)
A werewolf tale, a mystery, and a romance all rolled up into one. (Steph B. The Romance Studio 20100122)
Between the mystery, the politics, the romance... the twists and turns of character development and plot intrigue, Legend of the White Wolf ended up being a book that I simply could not put down until I turned to the last page (The Long a...more
Blogger's Personal Property: A copy of this book was received from author after Authors After Dark conference where we met and discovered that this book takes place in my state.
Terry's book takes place in and around Millinocket, Maine, a fairly remote area. It was probably developed as a paper mill town, with it's companion logging, and it sits at the feet of Maine's Mount Katahdin. The town is a gateway for the wilderness that surrounds it ...more
Cameron McPherson & Faith O''Malley are each looking for people that have disappeared somewhere in the Maine wilderness for different reasons. Cameron is searching for his missing partners that have not returned from a hunting trip and Faith is trying to locate information on her ex-boyfriend who has stolen her father's research papers from his trip on the same type of expedition. Fate however, has her own reason for doing things and has put these two in each other's path with ...more
Faith O’Malley is hot on the trail of her boyfriend. Make that ex-boyfriend. If leaving without a word wasn’t bad enough. H ...more
I didn't really like Kintail though, he really got on my nerves, Lila did at first too but I grew to like her at the end when we learnt her history but I still wasn't fussed over Kintail.
I loved seeing Leidolf in t ...more
The romance in this book is between Faith and Cameron. Faith is a police forensic scientist and she is on a mission to recover her father’s flash drive and hard drive which contain research and information for his big reveal (he’s a sociologist). Cameron is a P I ...more
Legend of the White Wolf takes private investi ...more
I have definitely become a true fan of this series. And even though this book wasn't as good as the others to me, I still enjoyed the story. Cameron was probably my favorite character of them. Like I've said in previous reviews, I always find myself connecting with the male characters. I also really enjoyed the romance between Cameron and Faith. Faith was a strong female, but sometimes I felt as though she was a little too strong minded at times, if that makes any se ...more
Since I haven't read the books previous to this one, I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this book. But both the story and the characters pulled me in very early on. For me the brightest point is the character, Cameron MacPherson. I liked the sexy hero right away. Very charming and commanding, and plus ...more
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 k ...more
Faith is a beautiful, funny and smart woman on a mission when she is suddenly attacked by werewolves and change. Now that she is a werewolf, she has drawn an Alpha to her attention but has her eyes on another!
Cameron is on a mission to save his friends/partners and gets on the bad side of the wrong werewolf, which in turn chan ...more
Cameron's friends went hunting but they should have been back by now. When Cameron decides to search for them, he encounters something unbelievable.
Faith's father told stories of "man-wolves" and Faith is determined to find out the truth. Is her father off his rocker or do they really exist?
Cameron and Faith meet and the sparks fly. While searching, they find a group of people who want to slaughter the werewolves. The problem is, Cameron and Faith are part of the werewolf species. Will the wolve ...more
I loved that both of the main characters of this story were both fully human. I loved how Faith was on a return mission to get her dad's research back from the ex who used her to steal it, and I also liked that Cameron was on a mission to find out what happened to his friends and colleagues.
I liked how Faith and Cameron were instantly attracted to each other and I liked how they both ended up in the same place. I also liked that throughout the story Faith and Cameron were able ...more
I would have li ...more
As for this book, I love how Faith had a real tenacious and bad-ass personality. And Cameron was swoon-worthy. The hint of vulnerability he showed was even more endearing.
You can say that the action and the romance are quite balanced in this book. And there wasn't a boring moment in the plot.
She grew up reading mystery, adventure, mythologies from around the world, ghost stories, the paranormal, fell ...more