Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas
by Terry Spear
My Rating: 3.5 Stars
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (October 3, 2017)
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Genre: Holiday Paranormal Romance
Print Length: 320 pages
May all your Christmas wolves be bright...
Romance writer Candice Mayfair never missed a deadline in her life—until the playful bite of a werewolf puppy accidentally turns her into an Arctic wolf shifter. Talk about a life-changing event! Candice is at the end of her rope with the unpredictable shifting, a strong desire to howl, and the need to vacuum constantly to keep the shedding fur under control.
Enter werewolf private investigator Owen Nottingham. Owen has a new mission: convince the pretty she-wolf she needs to join his pack in time for Christmas...and be his mate. It's the only way he can think of to keep her safe...
Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas by Terry Spear
(Heart of the Wolf #23)
Holiday reading should be special, reflecting that magically feeling of the season. Terry Spear’s DREAMING OF A WHITE WOLF CHRISTMAS does keep the “sweetness” quotient high, the “spicy” quotient, not too overpowering and is a tale of caring, need and being happy for and with those you are closest to. There are no super alpha wolves, no overly bloody battles, but there is romance as one white wolf finds his mate while on a job for his private investigating firm.
Candice’s life has changed since she was bitten by a young wolf cub. Little did she know that little cub would do more than make her all furry as PI Owen Nottingham shows up to tell Candice she may be the missing person he is searching for. Seems these two have more in common than a burning attraction and Candice will learn she is not alone in her furriness anymore, but that may not be the biggest surprise in store for the beautiful artic werewolf.
Terry Spear’s wolves are back just in time for the holiday season! A light read that holds just a sprinkling of spice, sometimes its sweetness was just a little too much and the descriptions got a bit simple and repetitive. Wonderful characters who are easy-going, accepting and almost too good to believable as many scenes play out like a scene within a snowglobe, fluffy, pretty, but almost too “perfect.”
I received an ARC edition from Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for my honest and voluntary review.