The SEAL in Wolf

April 12, 2011 at 7:29 am (General) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

The Oregon beach in the story…

One of the most exciting things about having a new book that’s coming out–this one in the spring of 2012, is that well, it’s done, for one thing, but the COVER is coming!!!

I send the cover information to the marketing department, but I never know what clever ideas they’ll come up with. No matter what, I always love them though!!!

So my title looks to have changed from The Wolf and the SEAL to The SEAL in Wolf’s Clothing.

And one of these days I’ll be happily displaying the award-winning cover!!

Set on the Oregon Coast, Finn Emerson and Meara Greymere have their work…and ahem, pleasure cut out for them as assassins take on the former US Navy SEAL and his team members, making Meara the primary target.

Have a delightful Tuesday! I survived Monday! What about you?

Terry
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male.”
http://www.terryspear.com

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There Will be Dogs and Cats…Wolves and Jaguars That Is

February 26, 2011 at 7:46 am (General) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

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Wolf Fever
Wolf Fever

by Terry Spear

The wolves have had a time of it…maybe it’s time to see if the big cats are made of the same mettle!

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by Terry Spear

 

My wolves are eying a cat (big cat) who’s not in the picture. But you can see with their narrowed eyes, they aren’t really happy.

Such is the case with some canines and felines. Which in the wild can be understandable. They’re both predators and as such, both hunt for much the same food. And they’re territorial also.

But the difference is that wolves live in packs, most cats don’t. Big cats, that is. Except for lions and their pride. But that’s a bit skewed because the male has a harem. Not at all fair to all the damsels to my way of thinking.

So the cat shifter will have to make some adjustments if he’s to find a mate and live happily ever after. He can’t be all cat.

My cats and dogs loved each other. But big cats? As in shifters? They know werewolves don’t exist. And werewolves? No way is there any such thing as a jaguar shifter.

So what would happen if the two should meet? Trouble.

Because they’re territorial. The same as when a wolf strays into another pack’s territory.

There’s bound to be trouble.

And that’s how it all begins. A bunch of wolf packs, and then…

A jaguar…

Terry
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male.”
http://www.terryspear.com

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