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Friday, February 13, 2015

Valentines #Giveaway | Terry Spear's Heart of the Jaguar Series!



Linda, our fabulous guest reviewer, and I had the opportunity to meet the wonderful Terry Spear at a local book convention this last weekend! (Pictured: Linda, Terry & Crystal #CMC15) She was just as sweet and interesting as you would imagine her being and she gave me some goodies for our readers! So I decided that Valentine's Day would be the perfect time to give them away. You can never go wrong with a book boyfriend during a holiday and I have three of them for you!



14296667Savage Hunger 
(Heart of the Jaguar #1)
by Terry Spear
Paperback, 341 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
As a jaguar he is graceful and gorgeous. Speedy and stealthy. Fierce, independent and wild. As a man he is passionate and powerful, wilful and wonderful.

And he'll stop at nothing to protect what's his...

In the heat of the jungle, jaguars are clawed, dangerous, and hungry for love. With hopes of overcoming night terrors and thanking the man who saved her life, Kathleen McKnight returns to the Amazon. 

A jaguar at heart, Connor Anderson doesn't just protect her, but wants to claim her for his own.



15942615Jaguar Fever 
(Heart of the Jaguar #2)

by Terry Spear
Paperback, 305 pages

Published August 6th 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Jaguar shifter Maya Anderson learns about a secret jaguar society through undergournd social networking sites. She wanted to discover others like her, but now she's got more trouble than she bargained for—including one hot jaguar shifter who's set his sights on her. Wade Patterson has learned that Maya is a shifter—and available. But how does he get to know her when he left such a bad first impresssion? When he learns Maya has gone to a watering hole for jaguar shifters to meet up, he quickly follows after, hoping she is wily enough to hold her own... 



18480414Jaguar Hunt 
(Heart of the Jaguar #3)

by Terry Spear 
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages

Published June 3rd 2014 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
An agent and a jaguar-shifter chase trouble, and each other, through the jungles of Belize...

Agent Tammy Anderson has a reputation: she prefers to work alone. So when she’s paired up on a mission with jaguar-shifter David Patterson—who’s only recently been released from jail—to say she’s less than thrilled is a understatement. Until she realizes that this sexy agent has what it takes…

Soon, what started as an “easy” mission to locate a missing jaguar takes the pair to Belize, where they’re chasing down two renegade teen shifters who know more than they’re telling. As the action heats up, can they keep their minds on the job and off of each other?







Up for grabs:


For one lucky reader; a signed set of Terry's paranormal romance series, Heart of the Jaguar (Savage Hunter, Jaguar Hunt, and Jaguar Fever) plus some Valentines goodies from Terry! A second winner will receive another bag of Valentine's goodies. Open Internationally. To enter, all you have to do is fill out the rafflecopter below. But hurry, this is a 48 hour giveaway only! 


22 comments:

miki said...

I love shifters and i haven't read a lot of books with jaguar ones so it's on my list since i discovered the existence of this series

but i wonder why have you chosen jaguar especially as feline shifter?

thank you a lot for teh wonderful international giveaway!!

Terry Spear said...

Thanks so much, Miki!

Because they've been in America and South and Central America are close by. I love a lot of the other big cats, but since I try to make them realistic, I wanted an exotic cat that had once been in America. I'm also now doing a cougar shifter series--which are also on the North American and South American continents. :)

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Robin K said...

Would love to win there! Lovely spines!

Susan Parkes said...

I just love your style of writing Terry and I have been honoured in the past to receive a review copy of yours. My question is how do you get your ideas and how long does it take to write your books, as the flow seemlessly together.

Cecelia Ratliff Phillips said...

I have just started reading Terry Spear and I love her books!

Trish Bradbury said...

Terry,
I love your books so much. Thank you for writing them

L Moore said...

I can't wait to read this series! I'm a fan of shifter and paranormal books and am always on the lookout for new authors!

Seanna Yeager said...

I love shifter books, really brings out the wild side of characters. ;)

Seanna Yeager said...

I love shifter books, really brings out the wild side of characters. ;)

Vanessa N. said...

Love shifters. Who was the hardest character to write about.

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Di said...

so far the only shifter books I've read have been about wolves, but Jaguars are gorgeous and powerful so this sounds fabulous!

elaing8 said...

These sound like very interesting books. Another series added to my TBR list.

SusieB said...

I love Terry Spear's books! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathy said...

Golly, you guys sure make it hard to decide which one is the next book to read!!!

Mary Preston said...

You have the best covers. Such exciting reading.

Terry Spear said...

Susan, it depends! With Wolf Fever, the World Health Organization, WHO, was predicting a really terrible flu epidemic the year I went to write that story. So I thought, what would happen if another wolf pack used biological warfare on the Silver Brothers' wolf pack? What would happen to them?

Before this, a man stole so much money from big time investors that it caused a major financial crisis. Men who had everything were committing suicide. It gave me the idea for Heart of the Highland Wolf and the fear they were going to lose their castle, their home for centuries. Also, I'd been wanting to write that story forever--love Highlanders. So I got to write about wolves and the Highlands, both that I love. Then A Howl for a Highlander was the trip to Grand Cayman where they have a lot of offshore accounts-and trying to get their money back. A trip to Grand Cayman before I was writing the wolf stories gave me the idea. And A Highland Werewolf Wedding was based on my love of Dunnottar Castle when I visited it in Scotland. So sometimes seeing a place, then years later, I write about it. :)

Terry Spear said...

Vanessa, I have to say that sometimes I write a character who I don't have any plans to write more of, certainly not as a main character, but then readers love her or him so much--as in are so aggravated, they want to see what kind of a mate they'll get. I LOVE it. But then that character has to be loveable and well, when the right mate is around...it can work. So Meara, Hunter's sister from To Tempt the Wolf, got her story in A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing. That book actually made the USA Today Bestseller list! So sometimes writing about a character that I don't think I'll be writing about is worth it! :)

Terry Spear said...

Thanks, ladies, for coming by and commenting, and hope you love the books! And for those of you who already love them, THANK YOU! You are my inspiration while I'm digging through another story, brainstorming to figure out where I'm going with it!

Maureen said...

That is a great picture. I haven't read a shifter book in a while but they look like some good stories.

Becca Luman said...

I love Terry's books! I have several, but I'd love to have signed copies! Thanks for doing the giveaway and Happy (late) Valentine's Day!

Terry Spear said...

Thanks for loving my books, ladies! I'm off to work some more on A SEAL Wolf Diving for Trouble!! Have a great Monday!