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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Wolf Fever by Terry Spear (Book Review)

Title: Wolf Fever (Heart of the Wolf - Book 6)
Author: Terry Spear
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca


My Synopsis: Carol is a recently turned lupus garou - who has another ability.  She has visions of the future - usually signifying trouble.  These visions have enabled her to keep from shifting for five months.  She is troubled because one of her visions has shown her members of her new wolf family as wolves - unable to shift back. She is afraid that if she shifts, she will not be able to shift back again. 

Since she is newly turned and unmated AND has not shifted - Darien, the pack leader - has moved her into his house in order to keep an eye on her.  He wants her to learn their ways and doesn't want her shifting unexpectedly.  He knows it will happen, it is just a matter of time.  He also feels it is his responsibility to find her a mate.

Ryan McKinley is leader of a pack from a neigboring town and a P.I.  Carol's visions had helped him to solve a murder, but he has been unable to get her out of his head.  He says it is because he doesn't believe she is psychic and wants to get to the bottom of how she came upon her information.  The harder he tries to prove she is a fraud, the more he starts to believe her, all the while neither one of them can seem to fight the growing attraction between them.

A mysterious flu sweeps through the community and before anyone can stop it, some of the wolves have shifted and cannot change back.  It is up to Carol and Ryan to figure out what is going on and if they are going to be able to stop it in time.

My Thoughts: I did like this book -  but I had a hard time picturing Carol.  I don't think it had so much to do with her description, but the fact that I know too many Carols.  My mom is Karol, my MIL is Carol and my next door neighbor is Carol.  None of these women are young, sexy, wolf-like, (lol) so it took some time for me to erase my Carols and embrace this Carol.  Once I really got into the story though, it got easier.  This book was a little slower moving than previous books by Ms. Spear that I had read.  It seemed to take longer to get to the "mystery" that needed to be solved.  And while I grew to like Carol and Ryan together, I didn't instantly feel their chemistry - and maybe that was how it was supposed to be as neither one of them really wanted to be mated either. 

~I received a complimentary copy of this book from Sourcebooks in exchange for my review.~


Wolf Fever
Publisher/Publication Date: Sourcebooks Casablanca, Dec 2010
ISBN: 978-1-4022-3752-2
399 pages





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