WOLF FEVER by Terry Spear
Wolf Fever by Terry Spear
Werewolf, Book 6
Reviewed by Miranda
Carol Woods loves her job as a nurse. She always wanted to work at the hospital in Silver Town, Colorado. Her dream came true after she became a member of the wolf pack. Carol was viciously attacked by a red wolf, changing her forever. Carol has since resisted the shift, terrified she won’t be able to shift back, but it’s getting harder. Carol uses her unique visions to stall the shifts. The visions are telling her that something bad is coming to Silver Town and she may be the only one that can stop it.
Chester Ryan McKinley, a P.I., has been a bit obsessed with the lovely Carol since meeting her months ago during his investigation. He’s not so sure he believes in her psychic ability but he knows he needs to see her again. It seems Carol’s Alpha is determined to mate her to one of his pack and that just doesn’t sit well with Ryan.
Carol is one of few female wolves and every male around would like the chance to mate her. Carol isn’t too keen on mating anyone within the pack when the only wolf she can think about is Ryan, the one who doesn’t believe in her. Danger lurks close as other wolves decide to take Carol for themselves and a mysterious illness starts attacking the local wolves. Can Carol outwit her abductors and solve this mystery? Who will become her mate; a rogue red or one of the loyal grays?
Wolf Fever is a fiery hot exciting novel! Action abounds from the first page keeping you engrossed. Carol and Ryan’s connection is sizzling. These two are electrifying when together. Wolf Fever has it all: a fabulous couple and a thrilling mystery to keep you on your toes. I found the couple lovely and wickedly entertaining. The mystery is enticing, while the action keeps your blood pumping. The secondary characters are amazing and easy to become attached to. I can’t wait to read more about the pack from Silver Town. This is my first venture into Terry Spear’s werewolf world and boy have I been missing a fabulous series! I can say that it is absolutely okay to begin this series with Wolf Fever but I guarantee it will leave you wanting to run out and purchase the whole series.