Christmas Wolf Surprise–Oct 11!

Fresh Fiction Review!

Christmas Wolf Surprise
Terry Spear

Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 29, 2022

With CHRISTMAS WOLF SURPRISE, Terry Spear proves she writes some of the sexiest nice guy heroes in Romancelandia. Although this is a paranormal romance, CHRISTMAS WOLF SURPRISE is very much a story about family dynamics and will appeal to romance fans who appreciate stories about a sweet hero trying to merge his life with that of the woman he loves. This story has all the feels. The llama drama was a cute touch. I look forward to reading the next installment in this Red Wolf series.

with the Red Wolf series, featuring:

• Red wolf alpha hero’s world is turned upside down by an alluring human woman

• A heart-wrenching decision brings high stakes to the holiday season

• A gorgeous setting in the Pacific Northwest

• The action, steam, and pack dynamics you’ve come to expect from Terry Spear

Red wolf shifter Maverick Wilding is preoccupied with managing the Christmas activities that make the reindeer at his ranch so popular during the holidays, until a run-in with werewolf hunters cause the worst sort of trouble for his kind.

Gina Hutton is out on a Bigfoot adventure in the forest with her brother James when she is suddenly immersed in an adventure far more dangerous and surprising than she ever could have imagined. When she falls head over heels she is torn between the new world of wolves she is discovering and the world she must leave behind.

A hot paranormal shifter romance full of adventure and passion from USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear. Perfect for readers of Christine Feehan, Patricia Briggs, and Nalini Singh.


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Now I’m off to work on some more of Roxie Wolff’s story out of Silver Town. It’s up to 85K. Yay!!! And I have a way to go. But it’s getting closer now to THE END.

It’s a beautiful 58 degrees and because of the low humidity this week, 58 means 58. I actually walked 4 miles yesterday–to the school to have lunch with my granddaughter and then to pick her up after school and walk home. She said she was hot. Her legs were tired. Carry me.

But I kept telling her we were almost home. 🙂 And then we were! It was 84, and just fine. It’s supposed to be 83 today, so I’ll walk again. When we had the high humidity, we’d have to add 6-10 degrees to that for the heat index because it would feel so much hotter. I had so much fun walking! Next week it will be back up to 90. *sigh*

I’m off to work. Have a stupendous day!


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