Monday, May 13, 2013

A Highland Wolf Wedding (Heart of the Wolf #11) by Terry Spear

Elaine Hawthorn is a gray American werewolf, currently out of work, and on a mission to share in a family treasure. When she arrives in Scotland, she nearly has a head-on collision with one hot, kilt-garbed Highlander, and runs him off the road.

Werewolf laird Cearnach MacNeill isn't happy Elaine ruined his car, but he quickly becomes her protector after a misunderstanding lands her right in the middle of two feuding clans. Now he's out to ensure that this sexy female wolf gets her fair share of her clan's treasure. He knows he should leave well enough alone, but it's too late to leave his heart out of it.

4/5 stars 

This series is such a delight to read. It has the perfect blend of romance and action. And for that action to occur in the Highlands of Scotland ....oh yeah baby. I mean, is there anything sexier then a wolf shifter in a kilt speaking in that Scottish accent? Terry Spear writes with such great descriptions that you feel as if you can smell the heather in the air mixed with a bit of the sea.

Cearnach was such an easy going man that it was easy to see why Elaine would fall under his spell. He just seemed to take everything in stride and kept his alphaness under control until she was threatened, then hold on to your panties cause he came out raging to protect her at all cost.

My only complaint is that everything happened in two days. I'm not a huge fan of the insta-love type stories. I would've liked the relationship to develop gradually, but I really enjoyed it nonetheless.

We also got to see Ian and Duncan with their mates again which is always nice. You seriously can't have to many Highlanders around. Now if we could just find a mate for the fourth brother, Guthrie things would be great. Oh yeah, and mates for all those cousins running around the castle.

I recommend this book to anyone looking for a sexy kilted wolf to snuggle up with. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing an ARC for me to read.

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