Book Review: Hero of a Highland Wolf by Terry Spear

Hero of a Highland Wolf is the 14th book in the Heart of the Wolf series by Terry Spear. It is currently scheduled for release on August 5 2014. It is not necessary to read the prior books to enjoy any of the books in this series.The MacQuarrie werewolf clan has overseen the Playfair family’s Ardmore Castle for three centuries. So when a Playfair granddaughter from abroad inherits the estate, clan chief Grant MacQuarrie is not happy about having her in his way. Colleen Playfair is excited and apprehensive about her new role at the castle, but is ready for the challenge. She knows that the stubborn Grant won’t make things easy, but she has some surprises of her own.

Hero of a Highland Wolf is a fun paranormal romance. What American werewolf can say that they own a Scottish castle? Not many, but Colleen is rather excited to be one. She wants the change of scenery and does not want to change anything unless she thinks necessary. Grant remembers Colleen's father, and he was nothing but trouble/ He thinks that Colleen will follow in his footsteps so he is determined to make things as hard as possible for her. However, her good nature and willingness to learn and listen change everything. It does not hurt that the pair have an almost instant attraction. The werewolf bit has its role to play, and there is deception and life threatening moments to keep readers guessing, but it is the personalities of Grant and Colleen that keep the pages turning. I loved the surprises they each had in store for the other, and I am sure to pick up any other book in this series that I run across.

 I highly recommend Hero of a Highland Wolf to readers that like contemporary romance, men in kilts, paranormal romance, and suspense. The book has a little bit of everything and comes together just about perfectly. I have read a few books in this series, and my only real issue with any of them is that the official blurb never really matches what you get. I do not mind, because what is actually in the book has turned out to be better than promised each time.

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