SEAL Wolf Hunting

SEAL Wolf Hunting

by Terry Spear

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Book 3 in Terry Spear's SEAL Wolf Series

Paul Cunningham has eluded many traps in his long career as a Navy SEAL, but there's no way out of this one. On a rare visit home, he gets "volunteered" for a local charity bachelor auction, and the community is counting on him.

Then he discovers that the sexy she-wolf with the winning ticket is Lori Greypaw-the one woman he could never resist. And she has plans for Paul that go way beyond a simple date.

For the first time in his bachelor life, this alpha wolf SEAL is going to have to prove his worth.

SEAL Wolf Series:
A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing (Book 1)
A SEAL Wolf Christmas (Book 2)
SEAL Wolf Hunting (Book 3)

Here's what you get with Terry Spear's SEAL wolf romances:
"Hot and sexy love scenes." -Fresh Fiction
"Romance so vivid even the most coldhearted book lovers will melt." -RT Book Reviews
"Tons of intrigue and yummy Alpha male." -Bitten by Paranormal Romance

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402293825
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 07/07/2015
Series: Heart of the Wolf , #16
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 298,210
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.80(h) x 1.10(d)

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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SEAL Wolf Hunting 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Terry Spear’s SEAL Wolf Hunting is a successful addition as the sixteenth book in the Heart of the Wolf Series. SEAL/werewolf Paul Cunningham has been unknowingly volunteered as a bachelor in a local charity auction. He was won by the Grandmother of fellow werewolf, Lori Greypaw, in an attempt to set the two up while renovating her mountain cabin. This contemporary paranormal romance takes place in Montana. It is suitable for adult audiences. I really enjoyed SEAL Wolf Hunting. It was a fun fast paced story that kept me entertained. It was full of excitement and fantastic characters. I could totally picture the women of the pack matchmaking. Lori and Paul have been friends for years. They are a wonderful couple with fantastic chemistry. The plot was carefully thought out and executed. SEAL Wolf Hunting is full of action, excitement, romance, and humor. Terry Spear has done a fantastic job with this series. Every individual story is amazingly different while simultaneously staying true to the series. Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
lprather66 More than 1 year ago
What could be better than a book about Seal Special Forces...maybe one with a wolf shifter who is part of a Seal Special Forces team? Definitely! SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear delivers with an action packed romance that you will not want to put down. Paul Cunningham is home from a tough mission. He is looking for a little down time before the next mission comes calling. Too bad his fellow pack mates have other plans for him. Paul is not thrilled to be part of a bachelor auction despite the worthy cause. Lori Greypaw has had feelings for Paul since they were cubs. When her grandmother wins Paul in the auction, Lori knows her grandmother has more than home improvement on her mind. Will this time together show Paul that staying state-side has its benefits? Paul is one sexy wolf shifter who is part of a special Seal team comprised of all shifters. He is a born leader who loves helping others and the thrill of the mission. Lori teaches martial arts. She is a loving grand-daughter and helps the pack as much as she can. Nothing like close quarters to add to the sexual tension. Will Lori and Paul give in to their desires? This was another enjoyable read by Terry Spear. I look forward to the next one.
CynthiaT More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed a few of Terry Spears books. This one went slow for me, having said that, I really enjoyed it. It is worth the time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terry has captured your heart again with an amazing book about her wolves and their will to survive and prosper. Once you start reading her books, your kept wondering where she'sgoing to take on her next adventure. Whether it being wolves, jaguars and cougars. Buy her books you will not be disappointed. After Paul fails to save a student being held hostage in the jungle, he decides to go back home to his pack. Without a actual pack leader since the death of his parents Paul blames himself for the trouble that has come to his pack family. After a bachelor's auction Lori and Paul work together to make the pack stronger, and finally admit that they belong together.
ReadingInPajamas More than 1 year ago
Spotlight, Review & Giveaway: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear Publication Date: July 7, 2015 Genre: Paranormal Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated: 3.5 Stars REVIEW: This was a fun light paranormal romance with just enough danger to add to the story. I liked that it revolved around an alpha SEAL team member realizing that home is where he needs to be and the fun pack members waiting for him. I wish it had a little more fire but it was a nice contemporary romance revolving around wolves and a pleasant read. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Pure_Jonel More than 1 year ago
This novel was comically outrageous at times and emotional and thought provoking at others. Spear takes her readers on a high speed, intensely enjoyable ride that I won’t soon forget. The action scenes are just as vivid as the erotic ones, and romance hand friendship shine through at all times. All the while, Spear builds her world right before the audience’s eyes, without ever hampering their imagination. Spears’ hot headed yet family oriented characters had me hooked. You can really see their animal and human sides shining through. It was a complex and rewarding mix. I loved how neither outshone the other. And the characters’ personalities themselves drew me in. I couldn’t have imagined a better couple to carry this story off. I fell completely in love with both of the main characters. Their pack drew me in as well. The thought of a ‘safe haven’ was perfect. The growing pack was great as a whole. The way that Spear had certain individuals stand out in the crowd was so realistic & lifelike. I can’t wait to get to know more about them. The spirit guide animal was an extra twist that really allows these shifters to stand out among the sea of shifter novels. Fantastic addition to the series but can also easily be read as a standalone. I had a smile on my face throughout, even when the suspense had me on edge. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review** Paul and his best friend are home on leave from their SEAL missions. While home, Paul is determined that Lori, a she-wolf he’s been wanting for a long time, isn’t able to hide away from him like she did the last 2 years. Lori wants Paul just as much, but refuses to fully commit while he’s still actively going on missions. She wants him to step up and take his parents’ place as alpha of their fledgling pack. When trouble keeps popping up, Paul starts to come around to the idea that maybe it is time for him to stay at home and strengthen their pack as well as claim his mate. I find that with this particular author, her books are a hit and miss. Either I really like them or not really. Unfortunately this one fell more towards the not really category. The overall plot was really good and I read other books this series that were really good, so it was nice for those characters to make an appearance. Unfortunately though, there were numerous times where there was an overabundance in redundancy where the author kept reiterating the same things over and over in the book or where a character would an off-hand comment that everyone has used before, but the author felt in the next paragraph that she had to explain the reference. It was also felt like anything that could possibly happen, did. I think anyone that’s already a fan will probably enjoy this book. I’m not sure how much I’d recommend the book itself, but I would recommend that paranormal fans to try this author as she has some pretty good books out there.
BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 3 REVIEW: I enjoyed SEAL Wolf Hunting. But at time the book was a little slow to me. There was not a ton of action in this book. It seemed like this was more of a coming home second chance at life book. Paul Cunningham loves being a SEAL, but he loves his family more. He has always known at some point in time he was going to have to step in to the role as Alpha, but he has not been ready. I liked Lori a lot in this book. She can kick some serious butt when needed and knows when she is in over her head. I liked Paul & Lori together. They make a great team and a great Alpha couple. I am hoping that the next book in the series is Allen’s and we get to stay with the Cummingham pack a little longer so we can see how everyone is doing. Until next time SEAL Wolfs... Until next time. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley & SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
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Anlenhart1 More than 1 year ago
Paul is a former navel SEAL wolf shifter who has return home after a mission didn't go as expected. He and his partner Allen are placed in a bachelor auction and Paul is won by Emma, (our heroine's grandma) and tasked to work with Lori, her granddaughter to fix up a fishing cabin. Lori grew up with Paul and has done her best to avoid him as an adult, because she knows he will leave when he is need again. Paul and Lori spend the time fixing up the cabin and becoming reacquainted with each other. Meanwhile in town a series of banks are robbed and 3 questionable wolves join Lori and Paul's pack. I enjoyed reading about Lori and Paul and felt their relationship progressed naturally. The overall pace of the book was not as fast as some of her previous novels, but I enjoyed the story still. I enjoyed the book and would reccomend it to fans of paranormal suspense romance. I was given a free copy for an honest review.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
~ 3 SEAL Wolf Stars ~ SEAL Wolf Hunting is book sixteen in the Heart of the Wolf series by Terry Spear. SEAL Wolf Hunting is not the strongest or best book in this series. I have to say my favorites are the ones with her Highlander Wolves, though I have liked others as well. The cover for this book is hot and attractive. The title was a little misleading in that I thought maybe we would get a little romantic suspense with this one, but nothing in that line happens. The best thing about this book is how Paul views his pack and how he changes his view point on his place in the pack. Lori and Paul have a past. They grew up in the pack and both have liked each other, but neither has done anything to convince the other to commit. Lori and Paul’s relationship was low key and plan to me. I never truly believed either had stronger feelings for the other. They just fell together as a couple. I did like Lori. She had some great ideas to bring the pack closer and make it stronger and by the end I liked where the pack was at. We get a new development about the wolves in this book. It has not shown up until now. What I am talking about is that the wolves are no longer living longer lives as they use to and are aging more like humans. I found this development to be intriguing, though I do wonder why after 16 books she is changing this up now? It might have to do with so many wolves getting together and the high birth rate when they do mate. SEAL Wolf Hunting was an enjoyable read in this series, but it did not wow me. I do enjoy this series and that you don’t have to read it in order to understand the characters and world. I do recommend picking up this series, especially if you enjoy reading about wolves. *Disclaimer: Review copy provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
JackieBCentralTexasJB More than 1 year ago
Read from May 30 to 31, 2015 Book Info PAPERBACK, 384 pages EXPECTED publication: July 7th 2015 by Sourcebooks Casablanca ISBN 1402293828 (ISBN13: 9781402293825) edition language English series Heart of the Wolf #16 other editions (1) Source:Netgalley EARC Book Buy Links Amazon B&N BOOK SYNOPSIS Paul Cunningham is one of the only bachelors left on the SEAL wolf team, and he's less than thrilled to hear he's been volunteered for a local charity bachelor auction. Lori Greypaw suspected that her grandmother would use the auction as an opportunity to fix her up. So she's not surprised when she "buys" Paul to help Lori renovate her mountain cabin for a week. Lori's had a crush on the sexy SEAL wolf for years, but he proves to be handy with more than a hammer when two fugitives come knocking and he'll do anything to protect the woman he's falling for... My Thoughts Not having read any of the previous books in the series I took a chance on starting out with #16 but felt comfortable with the story provided, even though there was apparently quite a bit of previous history missing on the main characters backgrounds. However the author provided sufficient information to help understand each of the individual characters relationship one to another. Starting out the focus is on the return of Paul and his best friend Allan, the two SEALS have just completed a mission where they were devastated by the loss of one of the college students they had been sent to rescue. Paul especially has taken the loss hard and is wallowing in guilt that it was his fault so coming home he is looking forward to unwinding as he and Allan have two weeks vacation time. The plans that the friends made are soon cast aside when the charity bachelor auction throws Paul together with Lori when her Grandmother Emma wins the bid on him for his “honey do” skills for a week, the requirements that she requests are help fixing up the family vacation cabin. As Lori and Paul work on the cabin the sparks soon turn into flames as they both realize their longtime friendship is being taken to a new level. Adding a bit of suspense to the romance element is executed with a series of bank robberies, which turn out to be perpetrated by a man wearing a distinctive motorcycle helmet which in turn was identified as belonging to a young man who had passed through town weeks back. There is a lot to be said for the premise of a SEAL wolf team as the basis for the heroes background, the fact that he and his love interest have a long standing history with each other made the romance even better as far as realism. This was a bit of a different take on werewolf lore and it was very easy to enjoy from beginning to end. [EArc from Netgalley in exchange for honest review]
Yearwood More than 1 year ago
On a mission to save four college students on a field trip were taken hostage for ransom, Paul Cunningham and his buddy Allan were called in to save them. The mission goes south when Paul was injured and one of the hostages was killed. In a visit home to relax and distance themselves from the mission, they found that they were selected to participate in a bachelor auction. Paul discovers that Lori Greypaw the one and only sexy wolf he has problems with avoiding has the winning ticket SEAL Wolf Hunting is an intriguing book with mystery and hot romance to be had. Readers will find Paul and Lori story very entertaining and fast pace from beginning to the conclusion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did NOT receive an ARC. I was disappointed in this Spear book. For several reasons. The writing style was very simplistic. Just one step up from "See Dick run" books. So much description. Do I really want to know the lake was 74 degrees? By the way, how did the characters know that? Anyway, that kind of waaaay too descriptive. Oh, also, if the color emerald had been mentioned one more time... I think the whole book was emerald tinted. Pretty sure more research was needed into lake diving. Unless they were at the Great Lakes. (They weren't). If a writer is going to be THAT descriptive, accuracy is imperative. Continuity, continuity, continuity. Several times, the contradictory information, sentences, etc. were in the same paragraphs or even sentences. I, generally, like Ms. Spears work. This book, not so much. Save your money. I wish I had. Oh by the way. All an ARC review means is lie, great, lie, awesome, and tell the whole book in 12 paragraphs or less. Less than worthless. I sorta figure the more ARC reviews, the worse the book is. Just saying.