Terry Spear has created another winner with SEAL Wolf In Too Deep. This is the 18th book in the fabulous Heart Of The Wolf series and once again the author had me captivated with her storytelling.
I am a huge fan of Terry Spear's writing style. As usual, the story was a unique blend of romance, mystery and adventure. Allan and Debbie start out as temporary partners on the police diving team. Debbie is a human who is unaware that her partner and his extended family are actually a clan pack of wolf shifters. They have all kinds of chemistry going on and Debbie is definitely interested but Allan is busy trying to resist the connection. Inevitably, Debbie ends up getting hurt and her life changes forever. The drama still wasn't over though ....
As usual, this book was well written. I enjoyed the romance and the nice mystery. I liked Allan and Debbie, although he kept hurting her feelings by ignoring her signals. I liked the light humor and wit and the secondary pack characters.
I really enjoyed this book !
Love spells danger for an alpha SEAL wolf and the woman who steals his heart in this steamy shifter romance from USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear
His love is dangerous
As a Navy SEAL and police diver, alpha wolf shifter Allan Rappaport knows how to handle tough situations, but the arrival of a human diving partner-especially one as attractive as Debbie Renaud-is a whole new challenge. Getting involved is dangerous, but Debbie's offers are hard to resist. As the heat between them rises and a murder plot thickens, Allan is on the brink of exposing his biggest secret.
But she's diving in headfirst
For Debbie, working with another top-notch diver like Allan is too good to be true, and their mutual attraction is hotter than she could have dreamed. Debbie suspects he's hiding something, though, and she's set on figuring it out-one off-duty rendezvous at a time. But when Debbie gets between a werewolf hunter and his intended victim, suddenly she is plunged straight into the heart of Allan's world-a world she never knew existed.