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Releases Today!! SEAL Wolf in Too Deep!!

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Love spells danger for an alpha SEAL wolf and the woman who steals his heart in SEAL Wolf In Too Deep, a shifter romance from USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear. Get your copy today!

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Dunnottar Castle view of the North Sea

Even though the book is set in winter in Montana at a lake, wouldn’t you love to be at the beach? I think that’s where they’re headed someday. 🙂


“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy is reality.”

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A Secret Entrance

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Cut through the rock, a stair entry was made to the castle, but it’s dangerous, high cliffs drop to the North Sea and so a fence was erected to keep people safe. But what do you see? Some have to see what’s hidden beyond, so they’ve bent the prongs down so they can climb over the top and walk the path that Highlanders walked a thousand years ago.

I wanted to see what they saw. Though I’m certain it wouldn’t have been much more than what I viewed from the places I accessed freely. But still, there’s something about a secret passage, forbidden that begs the visitor to want to explore. What makes this so off-limits? That’s some of the draw. Keep out! Off-limits! No trespassing.

But there’s something more to it than that here. A glimpse of something beyond that beckons the viewer to walk this path and learn where it leads to and why we can’t go there. And a question: Did the person or persons who bent the wires make it inside? Was vandalizing the fence worth it?

So I will continue to enjoy the secret just beyond, and be glad I was able to see the beauty of Dunnottar Castle on the North Sea through the entrances which were open to the public. I actually used this castle to describe one in A Highland Werewolf Wedding.

Dunnottar Castle entrance through narrow tunnel

Photography by Terry Spear