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A Silver Wolf Christmas (Silver Town Wolf) Mass Market Paperback – October 6, 2015
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"I love this book! A SILVER WOLF CHRISTMAS is fun, flirty, a little spooky, and super sexy. I look forward to reading more about CJ's brothers in future books. I like that the suspense never overpowers the romance. I can't wait to read the next Heart of the Wolf romance!" - Fresh Fiction
"I love the writing style of Terry Spear and the Heart of the Wolf series. The books don't have to be read in any particular order, so if you haven't read any of them yet this is the perfect one to begin with for a great holiday season read." - USA Today Happily Ever After
"Ms. Spear has written another wonderful story that illustrates the best of holiday romances. The bonus of this being a paranormal romance adds extra fun making A Silver Wolf Christmas a howling good time and a recommended read." - Long and Short Reviews
"A SILVER WOLF CHRISTMAS is a fast paced, fun read; a sexy storyline about family, discovery and loss. Terry Spear writes an entertaining series about shifters, their loves and their happily ever afters. The characters are well developed, charismatic and colorful; the premise is evenly paced with interesting twists; the romance is sexy and cute." - The Reading Café
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For the most part, this is a character driven story with Laurel and CJ’s budding romance on center stage. The author goes into a little bit of history as to why the heroine and her sisters are in town, and it also touches on the fact that CJ and his brothers are newly re-established in the town and are finally fitting back in. There is a strong sense of community which is accomplished through the varied secondary characters that populate the town. Ms. Spear took the time to describe the town, some of its traditions and some of its challenges. Like a lot of small hamlets, they struggle to stay afloat financially and have to come up with unique events to liven things up. Nothing makes a celebration easier than a holiday and Christmas is the perfect backdrop for some magic and romance. I adored the snowman making contest.
I enjoyed how Laurel and CJ ended up taking turns pursuing each other. The novel is told through both their points of view so I could get a sense as to what motivated them in their quest to connect. It’s hesitant at first but soon sparks fly, libidos are inflamed and readers get to see how good CJ and Laurel are together.
The mystery comes with a twist. It’s not as clear cut as I originally thought. In addition, the bad guys end up being a huge surprise and the revelation stunned me. I really like that Ms. Spear could pull the wool over my eyes so efficiently.
Most of this book worked for me. The only fly in the ointment was when the eldest villain’s words and actions at one point didn’t make sense.Read more ›
I was reading an ARC. When you read advanced copies, it's normal to see editing errors that end up fixed for the final copy. I have no issue with that. But major plot holes are rare in ARCs, at least that has been my experience. But I couldn't get past some of those holes in this book.
There were several things that felt inconsistent and confusing. Attitudes that changed rapidly, dates that seemed to not work, emphasis placed on things that turned out to be nothing - all just bugged me.
This is book 17 in a series that lots of people have enjoyed but I'm not one of them. This is the first book I've read in the series and I just felt like the joke was on me. I was missing something because the whole feel of the book fell flat for me. I didn't enjoy the whole feel of it.
I didn't care for the sisters much. They were standoffish, keeping secrets and inconstant. In one breath they were giving Lauren the stink eye for her letting C.J. help get the hotel ready and in the next they were trying to convince her they should stay and settle down. And Lauren can't stop encouraging C.J. despite trying to discourage him. Made my head swim.
C.J. was a good guy. He was persistent and kind. He never let Lauren's lack of interest discourage him. Having decided who he wanted, he stayed the course. I liked that. I, also, liked the make-out session after their night run. And his protectiveness - liked that.
I just didn't like enough of this one to enjoy it. I can't recommend it.
Terry Spear spends a lot of her time researching her wolves and because she does we have been given this wonderful series. A Silver Wolf Christmas is her 17th in the Heart of a Wolf Series and like so many of her books, is sheer joy.
What Ms. Spear does so well is connections.. her characters may be flawed, they may be silly and sometimes they may even be unlikable but they make sense and they connect, with each and with the readers. This makes for fun reading.
Laurel MacTire and her sisters enjoy renovating and the move to Silver Town would seem to be like any other time. Get in make the changes, make some money and get out. But this time things are different. Not only are they living in a wolf run town, which is unique, they are also investigating their aunt's mysterious disappearance. So do their jobs, solve the mystery and get out. No one said anything about getting involved with the town.
CJ Silver and his brothers are home to stay. Unlike the sexy siblings renovating the hotel, they long for pack interaction and family. But they know that along with living with the pack is living with everyone in their business so they find it rather odd that they new girls are so stand offish.. Of course CJ wants to know why, as well as get to know the lovely Laurel.
I wouldn't say hijinks are involved but this book was fun. Simple, easy fun.. Human nature and wolf nature combined to make for some rather interesting individuals and guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
Read it, enjoy it, I did.
This review is based on the ARC of A Silver Wolf Christmas, provided by netgalley.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story is amazing as always I love the Christmas seeing in Colorado with the silver pack never a dull moment in this book!!!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a murder mystery story. We have an aunt who has disappeared and three nieces looking for clues in the last... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brittany Gass
Terry stays true to herself in this series of books. Once you start reading you cannot put them down until you are at the last page.Published 6 months ago by sharon wiseman
Wolf shifter Laurel MacTire and her sisters are renovating a hotel in Silver Town, Colorado. Connor James (CJ) Silver is more than happy to help the MacTire’s with their... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
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