Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays
A holiday shifter mate romance from USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear that'll have you howling with Christmas cheer!
Gray wolves Meghan MacTire and Sheriff Peter Jorgenson plan to spend the rest of their lives together, and what better time to start forever than Christmas when the entire wolf pack is home for the holidays? But both Meghan and Peter are hiding dark secrets that could threaten their future together. With holiday magic in the air and all Silver Town ready to celebrate, Meghan and Peter have to conquer the past if they're to have any hope of celebrating this Christmas together.
Praise for Terry Spear's paranormal romances:
"A perfect read to get into the right mood for the coming festivities…fun, sweet, steamy."—Fresh Fiction for Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays
"Essential reading for werewolf-romance fans."—Booklist for Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply
"Ms. Spear has written another wonderful story that illustrates the best of holiday romances… A howling good time and a recommended read."—Long and Short Reviews for A Silver Wolf Christmas
Devotees of Spear's Silver Town Wolf series (All's Fair in Love and Wolf) will have the delight of revisiting familiar faces in this contemporary, but casual readers will be less than enchanted by the stilted dialogue and lifeless characters. Innkeeper Meghan MacTire and Sheriff Peter Jorgenson, both wolf shifters in Silver Town, Colo., have been dating for over a year. Many in their close-knit wolf-shifter community wonder whether a mating/wedding announcement is forthcoming, particularly with the Christmas season nigh. Before decisions can be made, Meghan has secrets that need to be shared but then an ex-boyfriend of hers makes an unwelcome appearance bearing ill tidings and danger, while Peter's romantic history wreaks havoc with their relationship. Their love faces challenges that even the support of their friends and family may not be able to overcome. This ninth installment is built on a solid foundation of previous books, but it lacks the spark of imagination to capture the attention and is riddled with uninspired clich s.