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Product Details

  • Series: Heart of the Wolf (Book 9)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (March 6, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402258909
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402258909
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #459,222 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"A funny, enchanting love story... the characters are intriguing, the story is thrilling..." - NetGalley Reader Review

"A wonderfully entertaining, thrilling, sexy action packed story" - Rage, Sex and Teddy Bears

"Definitely a page turner. Filled with romance and filled with action." - Synchronized Reading

"The story is entertaining with both suspense and romance." - Paranormal Kiss

"A fast, light, paranormal romance..." - RT Book Reviews

"Plenty of action, hot Navy SEAL werewolves, and a plot to kill said Navy SEAL werewolves... a fun book to read." - Badass Book Reviews

"The combination of Navy Seals and werewolves will lure many devoted fans to her books. Exciting, sexy and suspenseful, Seal in Wolf's Clothing is a keeper!" - NetGalley Reader Review

"Tons of intrigue and lots of yummy Alpha male action." - Bitten By Paranormal Romance

"A great suspenseful read..." - Night Owl Reviews

"With charismatic characters, suspenseful plot lines, and alluring romance A Seal in Wolf's Clothing is an excellent paranormal romance read." - Book Savvy Babe

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear is also a retired lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserves. She received her MBA from Monmouth College. An eclectic writer, she dabbles in the paranormal as well as writing historical and true life stories for both teen and adult audiences. Spear lives in Crawford, Texas.

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USA TODAY bestselling, and award-winning author and creator of award-winning teddy bears who have found homes all over the world including Australia, Switzerland, China, and Russia, and a retired officer of the US Army Reserves, I love to plant trees and flowers and if I could, I'd turn all the deserts green. Time travels are my favorite read, although I love to read most anything, and the Bourne series, Romancing the Stone, Sixth Sense, Legend, The Princess Bride, Stardust, Inkheart, LOTR, and tons of other movies are my favorites.

I love to research, to make urban fantasy worlds real, to bring a little of the paranormal into our world. Even in "Winning the Highlander's Heart" the heroine feels she is cursed and she has second sight. But I try to do it in a way that feels real, and not fantasized. :) Currently, I'm working on book 2 of the new jaguar shifter series, but still am working on wolf book number 12 and 13! So more hunky wolves to come! A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing has just released.

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Filled with romance and filled with action.
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Meara was an alpha female, outspoken, caring, strong and all those in great ways.
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The secondary characters were a treat and a fun addition to this story.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By K. Frick on March 15, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It is almost impossible for me not to finish a book once I start it, but this time I simply couldn't force myself to go on. The premise that it is important for the heroine to be protected but her protectors -- and indeed her whole family -- keep deciding she has to be kept in the dark about exactly what is going on is ridiculous. The heroine is supposed to be an alpha female wolf but she dithers like a 13-year-old. Even after assasins have come after her, she is still more interested in checking out potential mates that doing everything she can to stay alive. Our Hero (and please note the sarcasm here)flip-flops between jealousy that any other male might want her, continually re-iterating that her brother has declared her off limits (and declaring he's not the settling down type in any event) and engaging in heavy petting while sharing her bed. I think it was the interlude on the beach where our hero and heroine make and share s'mores while hiding from what I count would be assassin #4 that tipped the balance. If this is the behavior of alpha wolf-shifters, let alone marginally intelligent adults when facing danger from unnamed sources, then I think I'll go look up the Big Bad Wolf and see how he and Little Red Riding Hood are getting along. It has to be more believable.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Smitten with Reading TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 6, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
My Review:

First things first, this is #9 in this series. I have not read any of the others and you certainly don't need to for the enjoyment of this book. This truly works as a stand-alone novel.

Finn is part of an all-wolf-shifter SEAL team. When one of the team is attacked, they quickly realize that the entire team has been targeted. Hunter is part of the team and he is the alpha of his pack, but he just left on his honeymoon, leaving his sister, Meara, home to take care of things there. Every single one of the guys on the SEAL team would love to be mated to Meara, but Hunter has warned them all off. He doesn't want her mated to a SEAL and quite honestly, she doesn't want that either. When the threat to the team comes, Finn is dispatched to protect Meara. It quickly becomes clear that she is definitely in the assassin's sights and she is not happy about it. She had planned to take full advantage of this two-week period without her brother hovering and find a mate. Having Finn hovering as a substitute is not acceptable.

This was a fun book to read. The fact that I enjoy reading books with shifter storylines and military heroes...well, you get the idea. It would have been hard for me not to enjoy this book.

Meara wasn't my most favorite heroine ever...her search for a mate had a thread of desperation to it that I didn't like, especially when the author presented her as a character that every guy was practically tripping over to try to mate her. I didn't quite get that. I get that she has an overprotective brother, but the other side of the storyline is about how much he's gone for the SEAL's and not working as alpha. It seems to me that if he's gone that much, then Meara could have found a mate just fine without him hovering.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie G (Reviewer for Paranormal Haven) on March 6, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
With her over protective Navy SEAL brother is away on his honeymoon, werewolf Meara Greymere is on the hunt for the perfect mate. Before she can set her plans into motion, Finn Emerson, a friend of her brother's and a fellow SEAL, makes a surprise visit and informs her that an assassin is after her and he's to become her personal body guard. Meara is irritated at Finn for interrupting her search for a mate but she's finding it hard to stay mad at him when he looks at her like he's interested in keeping her for himself. Finn reminds himself that Meara is off limits and he's just here to stop a killer from getting his hands on her. He loves his job as a SEAL and Meara has made it perfectly clear that she doesn't want the danger or worry in her life. As the search to uncover the assassin's identity heats up, Meara and Finn are finding it difficult to keep their hands off one another and they start considering what they'd be willing to sacrifice to be together.

Meara is a strong woman with a mind of her own. She's looking for an alpha to mate with but she wants someone who will treat her as his equal, not someone who will try to control her. I don't usually care heroines with alpha personalities because I can't help feeling like they're always trying to prove something. What I really liked about Meara is that she knows her own strength and is just looking for someone to respect that. Can't say that I thought that person was Finn at first because he just kept thinking about how sexy she is and how he can protect her. But he started to grow on me as the story unfolded and he saw that Meara is more than a damsel who needs to be looked after.

There is sexual tension between Meara and Finn from the start but it took a little longer for me to feel any real chemistry.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cathyr on April 12, 2012
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Book 9 of Spear's Werewolf series. Preceded by Dreaming of the Wolf.
Book 10 is currently due for release February, 2013.

Plot:
Hunter has finally left Maera alone and she can get on with the business of finding a Mate. Or she would if Finn would just *leave*. But Finn has other ideas - keeping her safe from an assassin, stopping her from choosing the wrong Mate, getting her into his bed...

Comments:
- Contemporary paranormal romance with mild dramatic suspense plot and some explicit bedroom scenes.
- 6068 kindle locations, approx 320 pages
- m/f - explicit. Not frequent. Loving and generous.
- Each book in the series happily stands alone, there are references to the stories and characters of other books.
- We previously met Maera in Book3 To Tempt the Wolf. She's Hunter's sister, who desperately wants a Mate and frowns somewhat on non-Royal non-Alpha wolves. A little up-herself really. Also, Rourke was turned in Book3 and plays an integral role in Maera's story.
- "A SEAL in wolf's clothing" picks up shortly after "To Tempt a Wolf" with Hunter and Tessa off on their honeymoon, around 6 months after the California fires which drove them from their Pine homes.
- Book10 picks up Duncan's story as he tries to find the missing MacNeill money. Duncan is Ian's brother and was introduced in Book7 Heart of the Highland Wolf.

Opinion:
Another good addition to Spear's werewolf series, I enjoyed Finn and Maera's story.
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