Flight of the White Wolf

Flight of the White Wolf

by Terry Spear

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ISBN-13: 9781492655794
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 03/06/2018
Series: White Wolf , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 25,852
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear has written over two dozen paranormal romance novels and medieval Highland historical romances. In 2008 Heart of the Wolf was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry also creates award-winning teddy bears that have found homes all over the world. She lives in Crawford, Texas.

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Flight of the White Wolf 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
ReadYourWrites 9 months ago
Flight of the White Wolf is the second book in Terry Spear’s White Wolf Series. I did not read the first one but I don’t feel like I really missed anything. This is the story of Arctic Wolf Shifters Gavin Summerfield and Amelia White. When these two initially meet, Gavin is a police officer who has been taken hostage by some thieves and Amelia is the pilot flying their escape plane. Luckily for Gavin, Amelia helps him escape his captors although Gavin doesn’t actually see her but she sees him. Several years later, Gavin and Amelia meet again while Gavin is looking for some missing dogs in his new career as a private detective. As fate would have it, Gavin has no idea who she is and they have an awkward exchange but still don’t truly meet this time either. Fast forward a few more years and Gavin ends up using Amelia’s company to fly out regarding another investigation. Still, Gavin doesn’t recognize her but this time things get real. Flight of the White Wolf was a very unpredictable book. The chemistry between Gavin and Amelia is undeniable, but it’s the way that they finally hook up that makes the book intriguing. Amelia does everything she can to avoid Gavin but he keeps popping in and out of her life. One time, he pops in and she is wearing nothing but a towel. The next time, he ends up in a sabotaged plane with her. Clearly, they were meant to be together. Amelia is of Royal Arctic Wolf Blood Line while Gavin was turned. Consequently, they wouldn’t normally be together but the laws of attraction don’t care about that. In addition, they seem to work really well together. They have a lot of clothes on heat well before they actually get naked together. Plus, they really look out for each other as if they had known each other for years. In addition, Amelia tries desperately to keep her secret regarding their first meeting hidden. Gavin knows something is familiar about her but he just can’t put his finger on it. Not that he lets any of that get in the way. Add in the fact that they find that they have a common enemy and everything just seems to work. I really enjoyed Flight of the White Wolf. Terry Spear put a good twist on the lore of shape shifters. There was an unexpected mystery that was woven throughout their unexpected romance. Both characters were very likeable, plus there is even an enormous dog that adds to their bond. The story was fast-paced and I couldn’t put the book down. I look forward to reading other books in the series. **I received a copy of this book from the publisher and voluntarily reviewed.**
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! The cover is beautiful and busy. This is the 3rd book in the White Wolf series, and it is for adults only due to the steamy content. The series does not need to be read in order. I have read book 1, but it was back in 2010 before I wrote reviews. I have read and listened to tons of Terry’s books, but half of those were before I started reviewing. Terry Spear always creates an amazing world that is both real and fantasy, and it blends beautifully with romance and intrigue. This book also has a robbery, plane crashes, treachery, shifters, paddling, and more. Gavin is one of the male leads that are easy to love! He is brave and loyal, loves animals, serves and stands for others, and is a sexy wolf shifter. Amelia is a fierce royal. She flies a plane, tazzes intruders, fosters animals, and in general is fierce. These two make a great team who can’t seem to stay away from each other. This is a great read full of adventure and action with chemistry. I always know I will enjoy Terry’s book. I recommend to any wolf shifter fan who likes high flying adventure and romance with some treachery and mystery mixed in!
ReadingInPajamas More than 1 year ago
Review: FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF by Terry Spear Publication Date: March 6, 2018 Genre: Paranormal Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated 4.5 Stars I truly enjoyed this who-done-it. A mystery that kept me guessing until the end, and all set in the wilderness. The romance between Gavin and Amelia progressed realistically and was nicely woven into the story. It hit all the marks; sweet, sexy and exciting. Some coincidences seemed improbable, but sure made for a fun story. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an review.
FaeScot More than 1 year ago
I've read a few Terry Spear books and liked them all enough to keep her on my buy list. When I was granted this NetGalley ARC I was delighted. Um, it was mostly disappointing. I guess they all can't be winners. The first 2/3 of the book was just flat and lifeless. Here are two people who had a bad experience together, hostage cop Gavin, and unwilling girlfriend wolf shifter pilot Amelia, forced to fly jewel thief gang to freedom. 7 years later they meet again and Gavin is now an Arctic wolf shifter too, and a PI on a case having to fly to his case. He's uncomfortable flying because of the first crash she caused to stop the jewel thieves. The book is like an unemotional journal of their adventure. He did this, she did that, they set up camp together...We have clues thrown at us about his case, who caused the crash, is his client's husband having an affair, discovering who she is since she's not forthcoming about the fact she was the pilot 7 years ago. The story picks up and gets more interesting as they finally begin to put the pieces of the mystery together, as does the passion between them. I started to care. I have to say it's the most complicated story resolution I think I have ever read. You won't believe it if you manage to finish the book! Thank you Sourcebooks for the ARC of this book for my honest review. I really hope I get the opportunity to try another of her stories because they have been great before.
Sheila Lee More than 1 year ago
I will not restate the plot nor reveal any spoilers in this review. Flight of the White Wolf is a complete novel with well-defined sections: a solid beginning, a well-developed middle and an ending that ties together all the integrated pieces of the story. There are no shortcuts in the storyline and it progresses in a logical manner. I loved the H and h and appreciated the effort this author took in developing their relationship. The author writes well and allows the story to develop naturally. This is the first book by Terry Spear that I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I will be looking for other books written by this author.
Cali-Jewel More than 1 year ago
Emotionally gripping, action packed, edge of your seat page turning second chance romantic adventure filled with danger, secrets and undeniable passion. Gavin Summerfield is a hot, sexy, shifter with a fear of flying and a need to fly into the vast lakeland wilderness of northern Minnesota to track down his suspect. Amelia White is the last shifter he expect to see again, but she turns out to be his pilot on this trip and they are stuck together when their plane is sabotaged. Reluctant acknowledgement of a white hot attraction and a need to catch a dangers criminal make for a highly entertaining, dramatic romantic adventure.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars-- FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF is the third instalment in Terry Spear’s contemporary, adult WHITE WOLF paranormal, romance series –a spin off and companion to the author’s Heart of the Wolf series. This is Arctic wolf shifter and private investigator Gavin Summerfield, and Arctic wolf shifter and pilot Amelia White’s story line. FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story lines is revealed where necessary. Told from dual third person perspectives (Gavin and Amelia) FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF follows the building relationship between Arctic wolf shifters- private investigator Gavin Summerfield, and pilot Amelia White. Seven years earlier, then police detective and a very human Gavin Summerfield, came face to face with Amelia White, as part of an on-going investigation into a series of dog-nappings that took our hero to the Alaskan north. Fast forward to present day, wherein Gavin, a six year old Arctic wolf shifter, will be reunited with Amelia White when the plane he hired as part of a private investigation goes down under suspicious circumstances. What ensues is the building and fated romance between Amelia and Gavin as they search for the truth behind the possibility of sabotage against Amelia’s aircraft, and the possible connections to a jewel heist years before. FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF follows Amelia and Gavin as they begin to dissect and evaluate the ‘who, what and why’ of a possible saboteur against our leading couple. From their previous meetings, to an earlier plane crash years before, Amelia and Gavin slowly and methodically work through the clues as they put together a possible reason for an attack against one or the other- but saying that -there is absolutely no panic, no angst, no fight for their lives as though the a plane crash and possible sabotage are every day occurrences-in this I struggled to get emotionally involved with our leading couple. The relationship between Amelia and Gavin is slow to develop although Gavin’s inner wolf knows he has found his mate. Having met on two previous occasions, our couple believe fate pulled them together but someone is trying to tear them apart. The $ex scenes are limited and I struggled to feel any emotional depth between our leading couple. There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters including several members of an employee’s workshop, one of whom Gavin is investigating for a well-to-do client. FLIGHT OF THE WHITE WOLF is an intriguing story line; a plot driven tale that got lost in the disappointing relationship build up of our leading couple; A strong beginning that floundered through the middle but eventually picked up with the couple’s return to civilization.
ReadingLlama More than 1 year ago
This is the third in the White Wolf series, and like twenty-something in the over-arching Heart of the Wolf series. I haven't read any books in this series before, and while I think this can work as a standalone, I think I would have enjoyed it much more had I been familiar with the rest of the series. While this is a "fated mate"-type romance, thankfully, it isn't insta-love. At the point where the main plot picks up, these characters have met previously, though briefly, several times - including once where a towel-wearing Amelia tasered Gavin. I was initially interested because the idea of a private investigator who's afraid to fly and a secret-keeping pilot, both who are wolf shifters, crashing in the Alaskan wilderness sounded like the perfect recipe for lots of angsty adventure. Unfortunately, it failed to deliver for me. While the plot was interesting, I was never able to emotionally connect with the characters, and didn't feel the chemistry between them. The investigation portion was well done, but I never was particularly worried that the characters were in danger (even after a plane crash! in the wilderness!) or felt like they wouldn't be able to eventually solve the mystery. Even the reveal of Amelia's big secret was.... strangely unemotional. I also found the writing somewhat stilted. There's just so much background information, and most of it is presented in by telling the reader instead of showing, including information about a myriad of secondary characters. I suspect many of these are characters from previous books in the series, but I was, at times, overwhelmed and confused by the amount of information provided around them (like, do we need to know that one of his partners have six-year-old triplets?) Unfortunately, there was very little about this book that worked for me. I think if you're a previous fan of the series, you may have a better time with it (though I'd imagine all the info dumping would be even more annoying), but if you're looking to get into this series, I'd suggest starting with an earlier book. I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.