Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply (Heart of the Wolf #19 / Silver Town Wolf #6) by Terry Spear

Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply (Silver Town Wolf) - Terry Spear

 

New Release Review! Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply (Heart of the Wolf #19 / Silver Town Wolf #6) Terry Spear

 

While investigating some mysterious wolves that are up to no good, wolf shifter and park ranger, Eric Silver crosses paths with a she wolf who is fascinatingly enough her pack’s leader but she’s DEFINITELY NOT looking for a mate in this spectacular paranormal romance.

 

 While tempted to give in to her attraction to Eric, Pepper Grayling has been pursued by too many alpha males out to take over her pack so she just isn’t ready to open her heart and the reader can’t help but enjoy all the fireworks and passion that flows from the pages as Eric sets out to earn Pepper’s trust. There is certainly plenty of sizzling chemistry between these two strong, charismatic and very alpha characters but with betrayals from the past haunting Pepper and the welfare of her pack at stake, this relationship is one that will take lots of hard work which keeps readers on the edge of their seat with anticipation throughout this fast paced, smooth flowing plot full of suspense, excitement and romance.

 

There is lots of suspense and excitement to be found throughout this spectacular story as not only is Eric investigating some wolves that are definitely up to no good, his courtship of Pepper stirs up a hornet’s nest of trouble when an unwanted suitor takes exception which adds a bit of dangerous excitement to the story as it places both Pepper and Eric in a couple of dangerous situations. The intriguing events draws readers in and holds them hostage with the well written scenes being full of great details that make it easy for the reader to picture every moment.

 

Eric and Pepper’s story is an epic event…. things aren’t quite the way you would expect them to be as both are alpha wolves but they don’t behave in typical alpha fashion which for me added a bit of spice and made for a refreshing change but then Terry Spear usually manages to keep me on my toes and as usual I can’t wait for the next fascinating story.