Book Review: Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply by Terry Spear

Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply is the latest romance by Terry Spear in the Silvertown Wolf series. Wolf shifter and park ranger Eric Silver is committed to his job policing spectacular San Isabel National Forest, and he’s hot on the scent of some mysterious wolves who are up to no good. When Eric’s investigation leads him to cross paths with forester Pepper Grayling, he’s fascinated to learn this she-wolf is her pack’s leader. She is strong, independent, and definitely not looking for a mate. With unknown dangers on the prowl, Pepper is tempted to give in to her attraction to Eric and align her pack with his. But Pepper’s been pursued by many an alpha male out to take over her pack and gain her hard-won territory, and Eric is a born leader. How does Eric earn the trust of a she-wolf who’s been betrayed so often in the past?

Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply is an interesting and fast paced read. Pepper is tired of defending her pack from make werewolves that think mating her is the easy way to take over her pack and territory. She has already lost one mate, and is just looking to do the best for the pack and herself. Eric is tracking werewolves that are using the National Park to grow weed and find their illegal activities. He runs across Pepper and her pack while hunting for the perpetrators and needs to continue his work, and make sure that Pepper’s pack is not part of the problem. Suspicion and guarded hearts on all sides, with the complication of Pepper’s unwanted suitor and the illegal activities in the forest make everything more interesting, but shared interests and teamwork save the day- both in the action and romance that are woven through the story. 



Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply is  a solid addition to the series, but works well as a stand alone book as well. It meets my expectations of quality and interest from the author. If you like Spear’s work. and paranormal romance with characters that are interesting and complex then get reading.
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