Book Review: SEAL Wolf in Too Deep by Terry Spear

SEAL Wolf in Too Deep by Terry Spear is the 18th(!) book in the Heart of the Wolf series. Each of the books can do fine as a stand alone, but if you read more than one you will have a better grasp of the pack dynamics and how everyone is connected.

Debbie Renaud is a police diver working on criminal cases with SEAL Allan Rappaport. She admires him greatly for his missions in the Navy, plus he's just plain HOT. Allan seems to share her attraction, but what she doesn't know is that her partner is wolf shifter. Allan is really hung up on his smart, beautiful dive partner, but he can't get involved with a human outside dive duty. Yet when she gets between a werewolf hunter and his intended victim, one of the members of Allan's pack, they run into real trouble, and their lives are altered forever.

SEAL Wolf in Too Deep tells the story of Allan and his new dive partner Debbie. both are fighting their attraction, but for different reasons. Debbie thinks they are both keeping the distance due to respect and professionalism. However, Allan's wolfish side and the responsibilities that come with it are his main reasons. The pair are each strong, smart, and honorable people that love their jobs. both get lost in the process of piecing together clues and solving crime. I like Debbie's reasonableness and adaptability. I was a little taken aback by just how flexible and adaptable she was once the whole werewolf thing comes into play. However, because of the situations and circumstances it did make some sense. I liked Allan's caring and respectful side, but I found his inner confidence that everything would work out in his favor to be a little annoying after awhile. However, at least he kept those thoughts to himself, because I am pretty sure that Debbie would have kicked him, much like I really wanted to do a few times. Despite that, I still enjoyed the read and will keep on with the series.


SEAL Wolf in Too Deep is a solid addition to the series and world by Spear. Thus far the writing quality of the series has stayed fairly consistent, which is hard when you get to a certain number of books in the same larger world. This series is an example of it done right.
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