Early Book Review: A Highland Wolf Christmas by Terry Spear

A Highland Wolf Christmas is part of the Heart of the Wolf series  by Terry Spear. This paranormal romance is currently scheduled for release on October 7 2014. Guthrie MacNeill is the financial adviser for his clan and werewolf pack. He is worried for the safety of a party planner who is staying with them to avoid an ex that will not take no for an answer, while trying to fight his attraction to her. What he cannot seem to reconcile the fact that his job is to save the clan's money, and hers seems to be to spend it. Calla Stewart has never had a more difficult client. The laird and lady of the castle are delightful, but the handsome Highlander holding the purse strings is quite impossible. When Guthrie takes on the role of Highland warrior to protect her the holidays take a turn for the passionate. 

A Highland Wolf Christmas is another entry in the heart of the Wolf series. Like the rest, it can stand on its own merit, but knowing what has happened in some of the most recent books can definitely add to the tension and investment in the characters. Guthrie has been around for awhile, and seen prosperous and painfully poor times. This is why he is so careful with the pack's money. When Calla is hired to throw a holiday party he is put at odds because even though he likes her more than he wants to admit, and worries for her safety in more ways than one, he is protective of the clan's finances and does not like to see them spent wastefully. Calla is a party planner with an ex fiance that just cannot except her rejection. While Guthrie might think she spends money like water, she is actually as mindful and forward thinking with finances as him. When danger comes, and hits them from several sides, it will take trust and teamwork to help them find the way to success and love.

A Highland Wolf Christmas is another solid book in the series. I was glad to see Calla's story be told since she was introduced as a character a few books ago. This was not my favorite in the series, that would most likely be Hero of a Highland Wolf, but it is still a solid read with some humor and great tension to keep the pages turning. 

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