Book Review-Wolf Fever

Wolf Fever
Heart Of The Wolf (6)
Terry Spear
Paperback
Sourcebooks
Published December 2010
399 Pages
Paranormal Romance/ Shifter Romance

Fate turned nurse Carol Woods into a wolf, but she refuses to let being a lupus garou define her life. Ordered by her pack leader to find a mate and commit to shifting, there is only one gray wolf that catches Carol’s interest; but Chaz McKinley makes it very clear that unless she’s willing to accept what she is, he wants nothing to do with her. When a virus outbreak leaves local pack members trapped in their wolf form, will Chaz and Carol learn to trust each other before it’s too late for the pack and their one chance at true love?

Summary 
Carol’s life changed when she was bitten, and her world changed forever. Now she feels like a prisoner, even though its only for her protection. Carol has been fighting the change for months, something no other wolf has done, due to her pysic abilities. But then she see’s a dark stranger in her future, and her blood boils at the sight of him, Ryan McKinley, a Grey pack leader. Ryan, pack leader, has come to Carol for more than one reason, ever since he first laid his eyes on her, she fascinated him, even though he never believed in her psychic talents, she has never been far from his mind. When he comes to her with the purpose of a investigation, a fire grows steadily between them, binding them, and even though he knows its dangerous for him, he knows he could never forget Carol, or be willing to let her go!!!

The Hero (Ryan McKinley)
Ryan,  ever since he worked on that case month’s ago, has never been able to forget the beautiful face of Carol, even if he won’t admit it to himself. When he realizes the trouble that Carol is in, for resisting her wolf side, he knows the danger she is in and commits himself to assist her, but in doing so he knows that he will be putting everything at risk…including his heart……………..

The Heroine (Carol Woods)
Carol feels like she is living in a gilded cage, shielded from danger, but feels like a prisoner, and a member of a wolf pack she never asked for, and she knows soon she will be asked to mate with one of them. After months of resisting the urge to shift, she knows its getting harder each time, and doesn’t know if the next time she will be able to resist the call to her wolf. When she see’s Ryan in a vision, she knows he is her future, her mate.

My Thoughts 
I have really enjoyed reading Terry Spear’s books, and I found Wolf Fever to be an equally delicious read. Wolf Fever is the sixth in the series, and can be read as a stand alone, but I would recommend reading the previous book. Wolf Fever starts out in a way that only appeals to this reader from the first paragraph, with intensity and effect. As the story line progresses we see chemistry spark between them, but there is also danger and mystery mixed in with the story to keep the plot interesting and exciting at times, and there is definitely some steamy romance flaring up between Ryan and Carol that will only leave you wanting more. I also loved seeing Carol grow as part of the wolf pack and seeing her intimate relationship with Ryan blossom, into something beautiful and extraordinary. My favorite so far in this amazing series that will heat the blood and the senses.

My Grade On This Book 
4.5 Blossoms

Other Book In The Series 
Heart Of The Wolf
Destiny Of The Wolf
To Tempt A Wolf
Legend of the White Wolf
Seduced by the Wolf
Heart Of The Highland Wolf
Dreaming Of the Wolf
A SEAL In Wolf’s Clothing
A Howl For The Highlander
A Hihgland Wolf Wedding
A SEAL Wolf Christmas
Silence Of The Wolf 

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