To Tempt The Wolf Tour and Review


PUB DATE: September 1, 2009

Thank You to Danielle at Sourcebooks for sending me To Tempt The Wolf to read, review and for allowing me to be part of the virtual tour of this book.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
In this third in the series, wildlife photographer Tessa Anderson must prove her brother innocent of murder charges. But when she discovers a gorgeous naked man barely alive on her beach, she’s got a new world of troubles to deal with, not least of which is how he affects her with just a look, a touch, or a whispered word.

Hunter Greymore is a lupus garou, a grey werewolf. Hoping to keep a low profile at Tessa’s cabin on the coast, he’s drawn into her life—and into her bed. His animal instincts war with his human half, but in the end, the only thing he can do about this fascinating, adorable woman is to leave her forever —unless she becomes one of them.

MY THOUGHTS:
I didn’t realize that this was the third in the book right away and that really didn’t make a difference in the book for me. It can be read as a stand alone. I do know that I will be ordering the other two previous books.

I really enjoyed the book and I have to admit that I managed to read this in a day. The story line just grabbed be from the beginning. Mind you the cover wasn’t bad to loo at either.

This is the first time I have read anything by Terry Spears and I was not disappointed. She left me wanting more which any great book should do.

The book opens up with Tessa trying to help her brother get out of his wrongly convicted murder charge. When he is convicted she makes it her mission to find the person responsible and get her brother out of jail.

A upcoming storm puts a damper on her mission for a bit because as she is collecting wood she stumbles upon a naked man on the beach that is near her cabin in Oregon. She has no idea and neither does he. All that can seem to recall is his name, Hunter. She recues him and manages to get him back to her cabin.

Hunter has no memory of who he is or where he came from. He does remember that he is the Alpha male in a wolf pack although he can’t remember where the rest of his pack is. As a forest fire has driven the pack apart.

When he realizes he has to protect Tessa because she is being stalked and killed because she appears to know to much. To much about what though? He offers to help Tessa find the person responsible for the murder that her brother is being convicted of and to protect Tessa.

As the book progresses you see that Hunter is starting to fall in love with Tessa and wants no other wolf to claim her as his own. Hunter is a Royal and needs to find a Royal mate. Hunter isn’t the kind of wolf who turns humans into wolves no matter what. Will Hunter change his ways to protect Tessa?

There was alot of action that kept you on the edge of your seat and a little passion as well. I really suggest that when this book comes out on Sept 1 that you pick up a copy you won’t be disappointed.

You can check out Terry Spears next virtual here and reviews below.

August 31—Rhi Reading http://rhireading.blogspot.com/

September 2—The Review from Here/Scribe Vibe http://scribevibe.blogspot.com/

September 3—Yankee Romance Reviewers http://yankeeromancereviewers.blogspot.com/

September 4—Horror and Fantasy Book Review http://horrorandfantasybookreview.blogspot.com/

September 7—Love Romance Passion http://www.loveromancepassion.com/

September 8—Fang-tastic Books http://fang-tasticbooks.blogspot.com/

September 9—Books and Needlepont http://booksandneedlepoint.blogspot.com/

September 10—A Journey of Books http://ajourneyofbooks.blogspot.com/

September 14—Morbid Romantic http://www.morbid-romantic.net/

September 17—Romance Reader at Heart’s Novel Thoughts Blog http://novelthoughts.wordpress.com/

If you are looking for more Terry has the following books coming out next year:
-Legend of the White Wolf (Feb 2010)
-Seduced by the Wolf (April 2010)
-Book 6 is set to be released in Fall 2010

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Comments

  1. I’ll have to look into this one, Cindy, after reading your review.

    I’m not a big fan or series, so it’s always nice to find one where you can also read the book as a stand-alone instead of feeling lost because you stumbled into the middle of a series.

    I also think it’s kind of a cool that your blog is such a big deal that you’ve been found by spammers. Not fun, definitely, but a compliment!!

  2. You’re right about that cover!

  3. Reading books in a series out of order is a pet peeve of mine – good to know this one can stand alone!

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