Howl for a Highlander [NOOK Book]


Praise for Heart of the Highland Wolf:

"Highlanders and werewolves. Be still my heart!"—The Good, the Bad, and the Unread

A Highland Wolf on a Mission...

Duncan MacNeill is hell-bent on catching the thief who's stolen the clan's fortune and run off to Grand Cayman Island. Duncan has rarely left his homeland and he couldn't care less ...

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Praise for Heart of the Highland Wolf:

"Highlanders and werewolves. Be still my heart!"—The Good, the Bad, and the Unread

A Highland Wolf on a Mission...

Duncan MacNeill is hell-bent on catching the thief who's stolen the clan's fortune and run off to Grand Cayman Island. Duncan has rarely left his homeland and he couldn't care less about an island paradise. He never expected to find a beautiful distraction who will show him just how appealing paradise can be...

Meets a Dangerous Distraction...

Lone wolf and botanist Shelley Campbell headed to the island to study the old growth forests. She didn't count on meeting a handsome Highlander who can't keep his paws off her.

Praise for Dreaming of the Wolf:

"Intense and swoon-inducing...The chemistry is steamy."—USA Today Happy Ever After

"Fascinating characters and an exciting, action packed plot."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

"Intriguing...The queen of werewolf drama Terry Spear provides a powerful take of love and war."—Midwest Book Review

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Editorial Reviews

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"A perfect match... The chemistry between them is so sizzling it's a wonder the pages didn't start smoking." - Paranormal Kiss

"Another fun and sexy read from Terry Spear! The Queen of shifter romance has done it again... this author is one of the best in her genre... 5/5 Stars, Reviewer Top Pick" - Night Owl Reviews

"Fun, exciting and romantic, I also enjoyed that the setting was in the Caymans, somewhere you would not expect werewolves to be found, beautiful beaches and tropical breezes. Wish I were there!" - Beyond Her Book

"This book definitely has a high hotness factor." - Wolf Majick

"Werewolves plus Highland warriors plus Spear always add up to fun, light romance. " - RT Book Reviews

"Super sexy... I enjoyed it a lot." - Literal Addiction Paranormal Book Club

"A fabulously written story, extremely descriptive... The romantic chemistry is hot. " - Tome Tender

"Spear will satisfy longtime fans and newcomers alike with her vivid descriptions and deliciously gnarled plot." - Booklist

"With just the right amount of romance, humour, and suspense Howl for a Highlander showcases everything we've come to love of Terry Spear." - Vampire Romance Books

"Full of passion, humor and intrigue, all of which I have come to expect from a Terry Spear novel." - Romance Witch's Reviews

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402258947
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/5/2013
  • Series: Heart of the Wolf Series, #10
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 97,991
  • File size: 975 KB

Meet the Author

USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear is also a retired lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserves. She received her MBA from Monmouth College. An eclectic writer, she dabbles in the paranormal as well as writing historical and true life stories for both teen and adult audiences. Spear lives in Crawford, Texas.
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Chapter 1

Newly arrived on Grand Cayman Island with a carry-on bag slung over his shoulder and wearing black jeans, a black T-shirt, and black boots-his usual attire when in his commando warrior mode-Duncan MacNeill was ready to locate and deal as harshly as he needed to with Salisbury Silverman, the American gray wolf most knew as Sal.

The financial wizard had stolen Duncan's clan's money along with the investments of countless others. If the rumor was true, Silverman had holed up at his home on the island. At least that was the latest word Duncan had received after months of trying to track the financier down. As far as Duncan was concerned, and as werewolves would have it, the law wasn't needed in a case like this.

None of their kind could go to prison-not when they could shift to wolf during the appearance of the moon, unless the werewolf was a royal-so a werewolf had to take care of the matter in a werewolf's way. With barely any human roots, the royals could shift at will but they would still feel the compelling urge to shift at some point over the year, even if the moon didn't dictate the need.

Warrants in several countries were out for the man's arrest. Unbeknownst to Silverman, he had made the fatal mistake of going after a werewolf pack's investments this time. That mistake could get him killed faster than anything else. The notoriety of the case-if the authorities charged him for all the fraud he'd committed, he most likely would be found guilty and sentenced to prison-put all werewolves at risk. It was best that Duncan recover his clan's funds, make the rest of the stolen money available to the others whom Silverman had fleeced, and ensure that the crook quietly disappeared for good.

Duncan had every intention of returning to his native Scotland, to his ancestral home at Argent Castle, and to his gray wolf pack and clan with all possible haste. He was thinking that a trip to the island paradise was a waste of time, except for catching the bastard, when he breathed in the scent of a female wolf.

A woman would not divert him from this mission or any other, no matter how interested he might be in an unmated female wolf of the right age. Yet, instinctively, he surveyed the newly arrived passengers, looking for the woman. She hadn't taken his connecting flight from Miami or he would have smelled her, located her, and let her know she was in the company of another wolf if she was traveling alone and needed his protection from human types-or other wolves, no matter her age or mate status.

His own conscience wouldn't allow otherwise. Now that he'd reached his destination, he told himself he had no need to track a female wolf for any reason. He hadn't smelled any male in the vicinity that indicated one had come to meet her at the airport or was accompanying her. Which was why, he suspected, it was as though the devil was goading him to search for her instead of getting in the line for customs and immigration checks, signing for his rental car, and locating his hotel. Then, he'd find Silverman, who was supposed to have come in on an earlier flight in his own plane-paid for by all those he'd bilked, of course.

Duncan surveyed the crowded airport, didn't see any female who looked like she could be a wolf, and let out his breath.

His older quadruplet brother by four and a half minutes, Guthrie, the financial genius who had gotten them into this investment mess in the first place, had been sure Duncan wouldn't use subtle enough tactics in going after the crook. True, subtlety wasn't a part of Duncan's makeup. Not with three older quadruplet brothers. It didn't matter that they had been born only minutes apart. They'd known from birth who would be in charge when their da died.

Being the youngest of the bunch, Duncan didn't have much hope of ever ruling the pack or clan. So he made up for his birth order by never wavering in the face of danger and being the best warrior the clan could have. In this day and age, which was centuries later than when they'd been born, he still had to prove he had what it took to protect the clan.

Once they reached puberty, lupus garous aged approximately one year for every thirty, healing quickly when injured, though some injuries could cause death. They weren't immortal. Drowning, bleeding out, or massive injuries could prevent their healing genetics from taking them out of risk and be enough to cause their deaths. More died in those ways than from being the victim of a silver bullet. Truth of the matter was that anyone, werewolf or human, could die from ingesting silver or being struck by a silver slug. Most werewolves preferred other, more honorable methods of killing their enemies, like through hand-to-hand-or teeth-to-teeth-combat or in a battle of the fittest, just like in nature.

Duncan wished he could have brought his claymore with him. However, with tight airport security everywhere, he didn't believe airport authorities would think kindly of him if he attempted to carry a broadsword on board the plane. Since he was traveling light, he had no bags other than a carry-on. His cousin Heather had teased him about not taking swim trunks. But when did a wolf wear a swimsuit?

Besides, he wasn't here to swim in the aqua waters surrounding the sun-kissed Caribbean islands. Heather had warned him that the islands didn't allow nude swimming, though. He'd snorted at that. He did not plan to swim. Unless Silverman leapt into the water and attempted to swim away from him. They'd most likely be clothed in their wolf coats anyway.

Duncan again breathed in the air-conditioned molecules at the airport, smelling the odor of humanity: men, women, colognes, perfumes, coconut suntan oils on departing island guests, pine floor cleaners, and her-the wolf.

He stalked over to the baggage claim area, surveyed the new passengers grabbing their suitcases off the conveyor belt, and spotted her. She was of average height, and yet something about her stood out. Maybe the way she was dressed to have fun-in silver sandals, as if proving silver couldn't harm their kind, and satiny pale-blue capris that showed off shapely tanned calves and ankles. A well-toned ass made him take a second look as she leaned over the conveyor belt to grab a black-and-white floral bag.

He swore she didn't wear panties, as he could see no telltale sign of panty lines under the fabric stretched tight over her derriere as she bent over.

She set her bag on the floor next to her and watched the suitcases on the carousel wind their way around as men and women grabbed bags off the conveyor belt on either side of her. His gaze traveled up her body to her narrow waist and the sassy silver chain threaded through the belt loops. He almost smiled at her tenaciousness in wearing so much faux silver.

He could envision tugging on that chain.

He looked higher to a pale-blue, cotton scoop-necked shirt. The Rampant Lion, known also as the Scottish lion, was emblazoned in glittery silver across the front of it and caressed nice-sized breasts. His gaze shot up to her face. Was she a Scottish lass? Had Celtic roots? Or just liked the shirt?

He liked the shirt. Or at least the way the lion dipped and dove over her well-endowed bust.

Quickly, he chastised himself for thinking along those lines. He was here to do a job, and a slip of a she-wolf wasn't going to thwart him from getting started on his mission. He didn't have the reputation of being a steadfast warrior who took no prisoners and vanquished the enemy for nothing. Women never sidetracked him.

Hell, who was he kidding? This time, he couldn't give any really good reason why, but the woman definitely was distracting him, fascinating him in a wolfish way.

Jade eyes suddenly caught his studious gaze, and the woman's naturally soft, rosy lips parted. She must have really been concentrating on getting her bags to have missed that a predator like him was so avidly watching her. Most of their kind were wary but curious about all things. So caught up in finding her bags, she hadn't been paying attention to anything else.

Maybe she was so interested in a vacation in paradise that she'd never considered she'd have any trouble. Probably had never suspected another wolf would catch her here. Most likely, she was a royal who didn't have to be too concerned about shifting and was just here to have some fun. At least, she didn't look like she was on a business trip. Until he noticed the laptop sitting on the floor next to her right foot.

Her tanned cheeks flushed beautifully as her gaze fixed on his. He couldn't remember a time when he'd made a woman blush from his attentions. He should have looked away, indicating he had just glimpsed her and acknowledging that his interest was only that he appreciated seeing one of his kind on foreign soil. But damned if his alpha male tendencies didn't roar to the forefront, and instead he challenged her to break eye contact first, to prove she wasn't as intrigued with him as he was with her.

When she didn't immediately look away, he gave her an appreciative smile, damn his cockiness. He'd meant to show no interest in her at all, yet Guthrie was right. When it came to being subtle, Duncan didn't have the gene.

She still didn't look away-not demurely as a beta would or with annoyance like an alpha might. But he didn't think her expression showed challenge as much as utter disbelief. Without consciously allowing it, his smile widened.


He was known to be rather severe so that his clansmen and wolf pack wouldn't think he was weaker than his brothers. And yet here he was, grinning like a fool at a beautiful wolf. He was glad none of them saw him like this. He would never have lived it down.

She glanced at the bag over his shoulder. She had to know he hadn't been on the same flight or she would have smelled him. She had to wonder then if he was going to be a problem, the way he watched her. He already had his bag, and should have left the area by now but instead was full-out ogling her.

With the utmost difficulty, he bowed his head a little to her in greeting, turned, and stalked off, entering the line of travelers waiting to have their customs and immigration forms processed. He swore she was boring holes into his back as she watched him walk away. If he cast a look over his shoulder, he knew he'd see her scrutinizing him. Making sure he was leaving her well enough alone.

He hadn't planned on checking to see if she was observing him further once he had settled in line, either. At least that was the plan. But the line was backed up, and he couldn't help himself. He glanced back at the baggage claim area. Sure enough, she was studying him; only this time, she quickly turned away. Caught in the act. Maybe not wanting to show she was worried about him or intrigued. No, not intrigued. Just troubled as to what his intentions were toward her.

He had no intentions toward her. So why couldn't he take his eyes off her?

"Sir?" the man behind him said, waving to the line as it had moved up. The man's sharp tone instantly pulled Duncan's attention away from the classy wolf.

He needed to get laid.

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  • Posted February 5, 2013

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    I received this book as an ARC from the wonderful author Terry S

    I received this book as an ARC from the wonderful author Terry Spear. I have never been disappointed in any of her books and I definitely was NOT disappointed in this one. I absolutely LOVED it and I can't wait to read more of what she has to offer. Her writing style flows gracefully from one instance to another which makes it easy to read and understandable. Her descriptons and characters were so vivid that while reading it I could imagine being there and experiencing everything going on around me. For all the romance lovers out there, this book is definitely jam packed with it. What makes it better is that the hero of the story is none other than Duncan, a Highland wolf. Travelling to the Cayman Islands is not what he considers a vacation but he is determined to find the man that has stolen all of the pack's funds and return it to his pack. He ends up meeting a lone she-wolf that captures his attention and drives his highland heart wild. Duncan is not the alpha of his pack but his alpha personality makes him just as strong and lethal. I love how not only can he be a strong and lethal warrior but he also has a tender side when it involves the lovely and stubborn Shelley. Thrown together by unexpected circumstances they begin to work together as they embark on a dangerous road of securing the funds that were stolen from Duncan's pack from a greedy alpha while also trying to fight off the attraction to one another. Will Duncan go home with a mate and with the money that was stolen from his family?

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 5, 2013

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    Duncan MacNeill has been sent to paradise to collect his familie

    Duncan MacNeill has been sent to paradise to collect his families fortune stolen by Silverman. Duncan is a highland wolf and part of the MacNeill Clan. Everything is dependent on his success including the MacNeill’s castle home. He can’t afford to be distracted in any way.

    Shelley Campbell is a botanist and a wolf shifter. She is heading to the Grand Cayman Islands to study the dry forest. When she arrives she discovers that her grant has been embezzled by a Mr. Silverman and she is without funds to pay for her trip. Lucky for her, Duncan’s reservations got messed up. Now Duncan needs a place to stay and she needs a room mate to pay 1/2. 

    Shelley never expected to gain the attention of not 1 but 2 wolves. Caught in the mist of nefarious plans, Shelley must lean on Duncan to survive. Duncan will have to choose between focusing on Shelley safety or saving his clan from finical ruin. This harden warrior might just find out that he has someone new to watch his back.

    I love the highland wolves! This was fabulously written story, extremely descriptive, you feel like you are right there on The Grand Cayman Island with the characters. The romantic chemistry is hot. And to top it off Howl for A Highlander has a stimulating plot with lots of action and adventure. Oh Yeah, Terry Spears even gets in the kilts and sword play :D. Wonderful addition to the Heart of the Wolf Series, you won’t want to miss out on this engaging story.

    This ARC copy of A Howl for the Highlander was given to me by Netgalley andSourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. Publish Date February 1, 2013.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2013

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    Tantalizing Concoction

    Within the first few paragraphs, author Terry Spear has a way of pulling you into her story and making you believe it’s plausible. Spear not only paints a beautiful setting with her detailed descriptions, she makes you feel you are there. Her eye for detail, along with her extensive research of the location and wolves is an added bonus for readers of her series. A Howl For A Highlander, Spear’s latest installment in her Heart of the Wolf series, is a fine example of her work. This time around Spear takes readers to the fascinating Grand Cayman Islands and the alluring beauty of the Scottish Highlands. One minute you can feel the ocean breeze on your face, the next you can hear the haunting melody of bagpipes. Former stockbroker and gray wolf Salisbury ‘Sal’ Silverman has stolen from the wrong family this time. He has taken money from the MacNeills and ran off to the Grand Cayman Islands. It’s up to Duncan MacNeill to find Silverman, recovery the money, and make sure the gray wolf doesn’t bother anyone ever again. MacNeill, a Highland wolf, rarely leaves his native homeland. He wants to find Silverman, do what he has to do and get back to Argent Castle, his ancestral home, as fast as he can. What MacNeill nor Silverman planned on was Shelley Campbell, a lone red wolf and beautiful botanist studying plants in the Caribbean. When MacNeill and Campbell are drawn together in their quest to find Silverman, they also find their attraction to one another is as hot as the Caribbean sun. The characters are well-developed and the story flows at a steady pace. Spear combines steamy romance, adventure, a touch of mystery and suspense with a bit of humor to create a well-rounded story. While her book has a paranormal element, the heart of the story deals with love, family and loyalty. With those elements portrayed as she has, you begin to think anything is possible - even shape-shifting werewolves. A Howl For A Highlander is the 10th installment in the Heart of the Wolf series, but can be read on its own. New readers won’t be left in the dark and returning fans will enjoy that the series continues. The romantic Caribbean and the seductive Scottish Highlands mixed with a passionate couple, a dash of intrigue and a splash of humor results in a tantalizing concoction that will hold you spellbound as you turn the pages of A Howl For A Highlander. FTC Full Disclosure - I requested this book and it was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 5, 2013

    Hot highlander shifter in a vacation paradise meets an intellige

    Hot highlander shifter in a vacation paradise meets an intelligent and feisty female were.  Seriously, there could be no other plot point other than that and Terry would have a winner.  Of course she adds in a mystery, some suspense, a whole lot of heat and sprinkled it with a few surprises in this " I could not put it down" read. I am kicking myself for not finding this series earlier.  She has amazing lore, interesting and fun characters and my personal weakness, shifters. You do not need to have any background into her world in order to enjoy this novel.  I never felt like I was missing out key information or that I was coming into the story part way through.    I will be going back to read the rest of this series, though.   Yummy Goodness, I tell you, Yummy Goodness. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2014

    Imperial Pack Ranks [ Updated Site ]

    Alpha male: Imperial (&male)
    Alpha female: None
    Beta: Cloud (&female)
    Delta(s): Slash (&male) & Silverclaw (&female)
    Hunters: Cora (&female), Star (&female), & Moon (&female)
    Patrol-wolves: Flower (&female), Luna (&female), Solar (&male), Fyre (&male), & Konza (&female)
    Omega: None

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  • Posted September 12, 2014

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    Loved it!

    All of Terry Spears books in this series are great can't wait for the next in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2013

    Love this series

    Couldn't put down the book... had to just keep reading to find out what happened next

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    love the wolf series

    love the wolf series!

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  • Posted June 4, 2013

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    Reviewed by: Crystal Book provided by: NetGalley Review original

    Reviewed by: Crystal
    Book provided by: NetGalley
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    I love paranormal and highlanders… so the combination made me pick up this book. I also loved the cover of the book. I enjoyed the colors and it was very pleasing on the eye.

    It took me a little bit to get into the book. It just started off a little slow and seemed that there was just a little too much info. Once I got past the first the first couple of chapters and the story line started picking up, I started to get into the story. I love the thought of a werewolf and having their own rules. I always wondered how they took care of werewolves that had done wrong and was just bad. I understood better after reading this book.

    This is the first book I have read from this author and I’m glad that I took the chance to read it. I enjoyed the characters and the storyline was good. I also loved the thought of a highlander that was a wolf. You know that has to be one sexy man walking around. You can just imagine Duncan strutting around and daring anyone to take one wrong move.

    I enjoyed watching Duncan and Shelley interact with each other. You know that sparks will fly when you get an alpha male and a woman who is used to doing things for herself and taking action without having to deal with a man who is used to being a boss. The sex between them was really hot and I just love when two werewolves get together and you don’t have a lot of beating around the bush about the others feelings.

    This book isn’t just about wolves and finding your mate and sex. It’s about a bad wolf who tries to take money away from a clan and not wanting to deal with his actions. It has some suspenseful moments in the book and that gives it great action. I love books that have a great storyline like this book did. I just want to say that even though it did start off a little slow for me and it took a couple of chapters for me to get into it, I am happy I worked through it because I would’ve missed a really great book if I hadn’t.

    So I recommend this book to anyone who loves highlanders and wolves. Loves a woman that takes care of herself and a man that will do anything for the woman that he loves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2013


    loving the whole highlander series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2013


    Digs a hole in the far corner of the den and crawls inside to fall asleep knowing tht chills isnt intrested in him at all

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    Great Read

    Full of action and romance. I highly recommend the entire series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2013

    Good read

    Thoroughly enjoys the book. Full of actions n romance. Highly recommend it :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2013

    Roen to luna

    This is really me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2013


    Luna~ Drift? Is that really u?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2013

    Drift and Kiss

    Drift looks at Moon and barks "The reason we left is because of a family matter. Father, h-he was shot by Man. I had to go and help Mother. He is still recovering and I had to take Kiss because not many wolves knew her and she needed to see Father as well. So Jasper delivered the message to me and I told Kiss. She is devestated because we all know that she is Father's favorite and they have a special bond. I wished that I could tell you, but Jasper said it was forbidden. Then, Kiss and I searched low and high to find the MacMoon Pack again. And finally, with Jasper's help, we did". Drift then looks at the tiny pup and barks warmly "Hello little one. I am Drift". Then, the light brown wolf turns to Luna and barks "Yes it is really me Luna. How are Memory and the pups?". Kiss looks down at her adopted daughter and barks "It is nice to see you again Misha. I have missed you so. What ever happened to you after we left?". She glances at Drift, Moon, and Squirell briefly before returning to her daughter. "And who do you love sweetie? He is a fool if he is not madly in love with such a beautiful she-wolf like you" she barks, hoping to catch up on all of their missed time together. She wanted to learn about her daughter's life and know about the events that she had missed. -Drift- and ~Kiss~

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  • Posted March 8, 2013

    "A Howl for a Highlander" is the latest in Terry Spear

    &quot;A Howl for a Highlander&quot; is the latest in Terry Spear's Heart of the Wolf series.
    In this story wolf Duncan MacNeill takes us from his home in Scotland to Grand Cayman Island in search of the man who stole money from his clan. Along the way he meets American she-wolf, Shelley Campbell.
    Together Duncan &amp; Shelley bring down the bad guy &amp; find romance.
    There are some unexpected &amp; surprising parts to this story as there usually are in Terry Spear's books.
    I have read all of her books &amp; this one will not dissappoint you.

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  • Posted March 8, 2013

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    A must read

    I couldn't put it down adventitious sweet romance

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  • Posted March 2, 2013

    A must Read

    Mix together a Highland wolf in Grand Cayman with an American she-wolf. Toss in some sun and water things really heat up. This is another great book by Terry Spear. She is one of my favorite authors if not the top. So if you would like to slip away to the islands look no further.

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