Early Book Review: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear

SEAL Wolf Hunting is the 16th book on the Heart of the Wolf series by Terry Spear. It is currently scheduled for release on July 7th 2015. Paul Cunningham is one of the only bachelors left on the SEAL wolf team, and he's less than thrilled to hear he's been volunteered for a local charity bachelor auction. Lori Greypaw suspected that her grandmother would use the auction as an opportunity to fix her up. So she's not surprised when she "buys" Paul to help Lori renovate her mountain cabin for a week. Lori's had a crush on the sexy SEAL wolf for years, but he proves to be handy with more than a hammer when two fugitives come knocking and he'll do anything to protect the woman he's falling for.

The description for SEAL Wolf Hunting does not give the plot and backstory justice. I have read a few Spear books, but not so many that I knew all the characters in this series. I was coming into the story cold, and that did not detract from the flow at all. There is a history of mutual attraction between Paul and Lori, and a bad end to Paul most resent SEAL mission. The pack is small, and needs a leader. A few loan wolves are causing trouble in the area, and then there is the auction. Lori's grandmother buys Paul and sends the pair off to fix her lakeside cabin with the hopes that the pair will mate. Problems and passion arise, surpassing expectations and bringing changes. But when Paul gets a call for an emergency mission everything is at risk.

I enjoyed SEAL Wolf Hunting and like that while it made me curious about the books that came before, and those to follow, it did not make me feel like I would be forced to read them for basic understanding of the story. It struck a good balance of engaging the reader in the series and satisfying them with the book in hand.  I would recommend this book to paranormal romance fans, and particularly fans of Spear's work.

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