Sunday, February 6, 2011

Title: Wolf Fever
Author: Terry Spear
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca/
ISBN: 978-1-4022-3752-2
Genre: Paranormal Romance; Shape-Shifters
Pages: 399
Price: $7.99
Rating: 5 Blood Drops
Reviewed by Amy Ramsey of Ramsey's Reviews

Five months ago, Carol was bitten by a red lupus garou, turning her into a were-wolf. So far, she’s been able to hold back the shift because of her physic abilities. Now Carol is subjected to live in the house with an alpha gray lupus garou and his mate and brothers until she gains control over her new form. Darien and his pack keep a watchful eye over her, making sure Carol does not reveal what they truly are to the humans or cause any kind of destruction with her newfound abilities.  

The tension rises when Darien insists that Carol choose a mate from the many available bachelors in his pack, but Carol is intrigued with only one alpha who is a true match for her, Detective Ryan McKinley. Ryan is an alpha gray lupus garou from another pack that wants to continue his investigation with Carol and questions her physic abilities. From the moment Carol and Ryan laid eyes on each other, the connection between the two escalates into burning desire, but soon dwindles each time Carol remembers Ryan does not believe in her paranormal abilities, which usually warns of impending doom.

Carol’s visions are warning her that her pack members could be in danger of shifting and not being able to shift back to their human selves. Leaving Carol helpless to solve the problem; not only that, her vision’s are foretelling she could be the target of a renegade pack of red lupus garous, who want to kidnap her and claim her for themselves. Ryan is going to have to man-up to his obsession with Carol and claim her for his mate before another rival does and what-ever is affecting Darien’s pack transforms them all into wolves forever. Can Carol and Ryan work together to solve the mysterious visions haunting Carol? Or, will their pack be doomed to roam the earth as humans trapped in their wolf forms?

Wolf Fever is a sizzling hot read! Every page radiates with action, romance, mystery, and suspense. Terry Spear is an expert in her field of writing, storytelling, and creativity.  The characters are vividly expressed, grabbing the reader from the start and the plot (I don’t know how Terry comes up with these great tales) is spot-on throughout the entire read. Thank you, Terry Spear, for once again ensnaring me with one of your books. Wolf Fever is highly recommended to anyone who loves shape shifters (the were-wolf kind) and lots of sultry romance. . YUM! =)