Christmas Awards 2011

Friday, 17 June 2011

To Tempt the Wolf

To Tempt the Wolf by Terry Spear

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

September 2009

ISBN: 1-402-21904-0

Oregon, present day

Tessa Anderson is a wildlife photographer that is determined to prove her brother innocent of the murder charges against him. The last thing she expected to find was a naked, unconscious man on the beach below her house. Now it seems that she suddenly has a completely different set of problems to deal with other than just the trouble with her brother.

Hunter Greymere is a lupus garou, also known as a grey werewolf that finds himself at Tessa’s cabin and is hoping for a chance to hide out at least for a short while. Hunter did expect to feel the attraction for Tessa that he feels especially with Tessa being human. Now he is being drawn into the troubles that are surrounding Tessa. Everyday that Hunter and Tessa are together brings them closer and closer and the attraction between them is beginning to burn out of control. Hunter doesn’t see a way for them to be together unless Tessa is willing to become one of them otherwise he will have to leave her for good once he settles the trouble that is plaguing Tessa.

Someone is after Tessa and right now the only thing standing between Tessa and the one that is after her is Hunter. Now Hunter and Tessa have to figure out just what is going on before someone ends up hurt. They also have to try and find out if the trouble with her brother has anything to do with what is happening with Tessa or are they facing different foes?

This is the third book in a very good series. The author has done a great job of world building with her werewolf world. This one has a great mystery that will have the reader turning the pages just to try and figure out who is doing what. Add in the chemistry between the hero and heroine and you have an absolute winner with this story. All the different threads that weave this story together come together very nicely at the end with everything explained so that the reader doesn’t feel like there are any lose ends to the story.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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