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A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing by Terry Spear
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Apr 03, 2012

really liked it

A Seal in Wolf’s Clothing by Terry Spear
Paranormal Romance –March 6th, 2012
4 stars

What do you get when you mix sexy werewolf shifters with Navy SEALs – one hot and fun read!

Meara Greymere is werewolf on the prowl. Her clock is ticking and she wants a strong mate. With her overprotective brother, Hunter finally gone, she has the place to herself. Meara plans to rent out her family’s cabins to eligible wolves but her plans go awry when the sexy and interfering friend of her brother unexpected arrives. Finn Emerson is an annoying bundle of trouble, and she can’t wait to get rid of him as soon as possible.

Too bad Finn isn’t leaving! He is staying to protect his friend’s sister because there is a group that is targeting his entire SEAL team and their relatives. With Hunter gone, he feels it is duty to watch over the beautiful and impetuous Meara. But he finds Meara caught up in her own devious plans that don’t include him. When he realizes she is looking for a mate, he also discovers he doesn’t want her to choose anyone else but him. But first he must protect her, but does that mean full body coverage?!

Terry Spear excels at bringing humanity to her characters. Although they are super powerful shifters and SEALs, her heroes are down to earth and extremely likeable. Finn is no exception. He almost seems to have the boy next door feel. He comes with the noble aim of trying to protect his friend’s sister from an unknown assassin but finds himself caught in the trap of Meara’s lovely eyes! Meara knows her own mind and is prowling for a mate. (I like a woman of action!) But Meara is really surprised when she finds the annoying friend of her brother getting in the way, on her nerves, and being extremely irresistible! When the assassin does target Meara, the stakes get higher and so does the intensity of the relationship between Finn and Meara. I really liked how both characters changed their opinions of each other. Finn sees himself as the protective older ‘brother.’ And Meara finds him an annoying presence that is bad influence on her real brother. As both grow to care for each other, I really found myself invested in their relationship and enjoying their sweet and caring journey to love. Although this story has a serious and dangerous theme I found it more light reading that was entertaining, rather than grim.

If you are looking for a quick and fun paranormal romp with entertaining characters that are easy to care for, this series will quickly become a favorite.

Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club

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