Sunday, March 9, 2014
Review: Silence of the Wolf
Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Having only ever read one other book in this series (#5), I feel these are fine as standalone reads. I think the only thing that might have impacted me was the fact that I wasn't dying to know Tom's story. From some other reviews, I guess this has been a long time coming.
Tom is a reluctant escort to a visiting wolf/coyote shifter, Elizabeth. She's been discriminated against all her life by both her father's pack of wolves and her mother's pack of coyotes. Having nowhere that she fit in became even more of a problem when both her mother and father were murdered. She ran away to live on her own and generally avoided paranormals until a member of her old wolf pack contacted her saying he had information that proves her uncle was involved in her mother and father's murder. Eager for information, she throws caution to the wind and heads into another wolf's territory.
The town Elizabeth ends up in was really wonderfully created. The Silver brothers essentially run the town with support from a lot of their pack and a few humans. Almost everyone tries to push Elizabeth and Tom together from the moment she enters the town and it is adorable to watch. All the characters were rich and colorful with oodles of fun quirks. I can see why this series is on #13 because I wanted to know more about each and every one of them. Oh, and let's not forget the steamy scenes, which were good times too. This author has me hooked!
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