TITLE: Legend of the White Wolf
AUTHOR: Terry Spear
PUB DATE: February 2010
ABOUT THE BOOK:
In this fourth in Spear’s series, Private Eye Cameron MacPherson and Faith O’Mallery are both on quests that lead them into the world of magical wolves.
Cameron arrives in the Canadian Arctic to search for his partners in his P.I. business who are late returning from a hunting trip. Faith is there to discover what her father had seen in the same area years earlier that had made him lose touch with reality—man-wolves, he called them.
The two tumble into an icy world of enemies bent on destroying the lupus garou kind. As they turn into lupus garou themselves, and bond with the pack that only they can rescue from destruction, Cameron and Faith find their soul mates in each other.
This is only the second book I have read in the series and so far I have enjoyed reading them but I am making it a point to get and read Heart of the Wolf and Destiny of the Wolf. I am sure these books can be read as stand alone but I am a little lost in who the main characters are.
I am not a big romance reader as you probably can tell from my blog but I guess its because its marketed differently that has drawn me not that the cover hasn’t did that. I actually like all the covers for this series.
I love that this book has love, romance, action, suspense and mystery. I had a hard time to put the book down at times because I just had to keep reading to find out what was going to happen.
Another thing which I picked up in the book was the fact that different areas have their own kind of wolves. Something that I have to admit that I never really thought about. The White wolf is from the Arctic.
Cameron and Faith meet by accident while they are spending the night in Maine. When I mean by accident its a funny kind of accident. The hotel they are staying in gives Faith the wrong keys to her room. She accidentally walks in on a naked Cameron.
Both Faith and Cameron are in Maine for different reasons. She is trying to locate her former boyfriend Hilson Snowden who stole her father’s research paper. What was the research about? Why would Hilson want it so badly? Her father has warned her not to read the papers once she gets them back. Why?
Cameron is a private investigator from Seattle seeking his missing two partners. Where are they?
There is an instant attraction between the two and they both try really hard to let it go any further. When they both arrive at Back Country Tours in search of answers they realize that in order to solve the mystery of the murders they both agree to work together. Before long they are both in over their heads and don’t expect what happens to happen.
PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THIS SERIES:
-Heart of the Wolf (Book 1)
-Destiny of the Wolf (book 2)
-To Tempt the Wolf (book 3)
UPCOMING BOOKS IN THE SERIES:
-Seduced by the Wolf (pub date August 2010) (book 5)
-Wolf Fever (pub date Fall 2010) (book 6)
-Dreaming of the Wolf (pub date 2011) (book 7)
-Taming of the Highland Wolf (pub date 2011) (book 8)
This book was provided for review by Danielle at Sourcebooks.
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5 thoughts on “Legend of the White Wolf Review”
Wow, Cindy, thanks so much for loving Legend of the White Wolf! I can’t say enough how pleased I am that you enjoyed the story, and To Tempt the Wolf also! Thanks again!
This is a good review. And you touched all the points that make Terry my Wolf goddess. She knows what it takes to write a good story. And she throws enough fun and steam in to appeal to us romantics. Yeah!!!
It sounds like this book has a little something for everyone. I would want to read the series in order!
Terry-Thank you for the commen and for the sweet mention on your blog. I admitted I am not a romance book reader but this definetly is a great series of books. Looking forward to reading your upcoming books and catching up.
Donna thanks for stopping by. Terry is a great writer.
Kathy I am trying to get the previous books to read them.
Nice review. I’ve read the first three books and you’ve touched well on what makes them so much more than romance. I really enjoy them.