Destiny of the Wolf by Terry Spear

February 26, 2009 at 7:04 am (General, Reviews)

By Teresa D’Amario

All she wants is the truth…

 

 

Lelandi Wildhaven is determined to discover the truth about her beloved sister’s mysterious death. But everyone thinks she’s out to make a bid for her sister’s widowed mate…

 

He’s a pack leader tormented by memories…

 

 

Darien Silver blames himself for his mate’s death.   When her twin arrives in his town, he finds himself

bewitched, and when someone attempts to silence her, he realizes that protecting the beautiful stranger

might be the only way to protect his pack…

and himself…

 

I read Terry’s book on a plane from NM to NC, with a three hour layover.  Obviously I had plenty of time to enjoy this awesome read.  Those three hours sped by, which was much to my husband’s dismay, because I didn’t talk to him much.

 

I’ve hesitated to read Terry’s books, not becuase I didn’t think they would be great, but because reviews show some similar factors between her books and mine, and I was afraid it would “rub off” too much.  While Terry’s world building is different than mine, it’s obvious both she and I have one thing in common – we both know our wolves.  A MUST KNOW part of writing wolf shapeshifting stories.  Kudos on your research Terry!  It shows!

 

Now, on to the story.  Darien is an awesome alpha – a male who doesn’t need to do more than offer a look to have his every command obeyed.  That is, until he meets his dead mate’s twin sister.  From the instant she arrives, disgusised with hair dye and dark glasses, she takes  HIS table at the local bar, refusing to obey his every command.  The sparks fly from the first glance to the last, keeping the reader entranced in this highly intense, dangerous game of “who dunnit.”

 

I thoroughly enjoyed this awesome read, and if you like shifters, wolves, or just love a good mystery, this is the book for you.  :) Kudos Terry! (oh wait, I already said that).

 

Oh, and not only do we have two books with the name Teresa in it (And uhm, we know what happened to HER in both books… oops) we also have a Larissa!  How funny is that?  Betcha can’t wait to see who she is, and what happens to her in Terry Spear’s Destiny of the Wolf.

 

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Estella said,

    I love werewolf books and Destiny of the Wolf sounds grat!

  2. Colleen said,

    Wonderful post…😀 Hear Hear to wolves and shifters!

  3. Larissa said,

    This book sounds awesome! And hey, it has a character named Larissa!!!! You don’t see that often! LOL

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