SEAL Wolf Hunting
Genre: Paranormal Romance – Urban Fantasy – Werewolves
Publicized: July 7th 2015
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…
~ 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.
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