Terry Spear writes with such great descriptions that you feel as if you can smell the heather in the air mixed with a bit of the sea. If anyone had made a move to get near it, their archers could have prevented it. Book provided by NetGalley for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book This is the second book I have read by Terry Spear and I must say it met my expectations and more. She stared at him, attempting to see if he was telling the truth. Guthrie had his arms folded across his chest, his brow furrowed, and appeared very annoyed with her. When she arrives in Scotland, she nearly has a head-on collision with one hot, kilt-garbed Highlander, and runs him off the road. The memories came back to him in a sudden rush.
I really liked A Highland Werewolf Wedding. Duncan made a move to open the door. There was murder and betrayal along the way, naturally, but there is something infinitely more intriguing buried with the stash — destiny. . Originally posted at: I knew I had just read an awesome book by the aftermath — nails bitten, teeth aching and hyperventilation, check — check — check.
I never felt like I missed anything by skipping around this series and I still plan to read the entire series. She goes with them to avoid the forced marriage to Kelly Rafferty, also a pirate and wolf shifter. This is an interesting way of writing. Elaine is on the run from an unintended mating and she Originally Posted on : I can't believe that I haven't read this series before, hot Scottish men, kilts, and werewolves?? This is an interesting way of writing. A Highland Werewolf Wedding Heart of the Wolf 11 Elaine Hawthorn is a gray American werewolf, currently out of work, and on a mission to share in a family treasure. If she thought she was in trouble before, Elaine has no idea what kind of complications a hot Scot can cause. Being about werewolves it is set in modern times yet the story has a historical feel.
The romantic tension was smoldering with an interesting ghost intervention. A Highland Werewolf Wedding a sure winner. I will not marry that arrogant, conceited wolf! This is the eleventh book in the Heart of the Wolf series; it however can be read as a stand-alone. Cearnach MacNeill is on his way to his best friends wedding when he has a run in with a she-wolf who looks very familiar. I'm not sure what other couples in this book have been featured before, but I was quickly caught up in Terry Spear's shifter mythology.
They both tried to deny it for a while. Something Elaine thought she had run from years ago comes back to haunt her. We also got to see Ian and Duncan with their mates again which is always nice. I finished this book in pretty much one sitting and enjoyed each minute. When the minister asked if anyone would object to the marriage, Elaine smiled at Cearnach who was looking down at her with such profound love that tears gathered in her eyes. Elaine is written as strong and independent but yet she follows her heart. In 2008 Heart of the Wolf was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year.
Therefore, bringing us to A Highland Werewolf Wedding. At least until he could secure passage for her and send her home. I love her Highlander wolves! Sure they could, as sensitive as their sense of smell was. Spear's books once you've read this one. If she thought she was in trouble before, Elaine has no idea what kind of complications a hot Scot can cause. She would find a ship and return home on her own. The public hanging of the Hawthorn brothers so many years ago.
Part of a series but also good just by itself. For example, just a few hours after meeting Cearnach, she manages to step in the middle of a fight and accidentally takes a punch meant for him. The safest way to get to the beach to see the cliffs from down below is to park at the castle and take the stairs. When she arrives in Scotland, she nearly has a head-on collision with one hot, kilt-garbed Highlander, and runs him off the road. Hundreds of years later they have a chance meeting as he is rushing to a wedding he clearly intends to object to.
Elaine was someone who was able to hold her own and was a take charge person. Everything went from bad to worse as soon as they arrived at the port city of St. She tried to wriggle loose of his strong grip, tried to peel his powerful fingers off her arm, but to no avail. Her skin prickled with unease. She was a warrior by nature and basically a lone wolf. Poor Elaine had been through a lot since Cearnach had last seen her, including a forced mating with a wolf that beat her regularly.
This is a book that kept me on my toes, kept me glued to its pages and bouncing in my chair. Cearnach is a great character. When the two of them have a near-miss head-on collision on the one-lane road, Cearnach veers off the road, and his vehicle is disabled. It seems though, that this evolution has spilled over into my literary choices too! He glanced over his shoulder at her. He lifted his nose and appeared to take a deep breath, as if he was trying to scent the wind.
He was an alpha, in charge, wanting answers. There is action, suspense and more twists and turns than the Pacific Coast Highway; and it can leave a reader just as breathless. He thought back to her name, Elaine Hawthorn, and how it could be related to the Kilpatricks and McKinleys. His protective instincts are fully engaged when she takes a punch to the face for him at the wedding. I mean, is there anything sexier then a wolf shifter in a kilt speaking in that Scottish accent? A ghost or two from the past appear one from previous books and one a surprise. Everyone should have someone to love.