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Monday, February 1, 2016

Read an Exclusive #Excerpt from SEAL Wolf In Too Deep by Terry Spear (#Giveaway)





25391348SEAL Wolf In Too Deep 
(Heart of the Wolf #18)
by Terry Spear 
Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
Expected publication: February 2nd 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 1492621838
Debbie Renaud is a police diver working on criminal cases with SEAL Allan Rappaport. She admires him greatly for his missions in the Navy, plus he's just plain HOT. Allan seems to share her attraction, but what she doesn't know is that her partner is wolf shifter.

Allan is really hung up on his smart, beautiful dive partner, but he can't get involved with a human outside dive duty. Yet when she gets between a werewolf hunter and his intended victim, one of the members of Allan's pack, they run into real trouble, and their lives are altered forever.

Excerpt

“I couldn’t believe it when the sheriff assigned Allan to work with her after the accident. Are you sure Allan didn’t ask to be teamed up with her?” Lori sounded like a guarded wolf.

Paul knew Lori was simply being a concerned pack leader and friend. “No. Allan and Debbie just both needed partners and were available to work together at the same time.”

The ache in Paul’s muscles and tendons kept reminding him how serious the compound fracture had been. The vehicle had rolled, pinning him on the bottom of a swiftly flowing river. He was fortunate to even be alive, due to Allan’s heroic effort. Unfortunately, everyone there—rescue workers, ambulance crew, police—had witnessed the gruesome sight when Allan carried him out of the water.

With so many witnesses, Paul would have to pretend the knitting of the bones and the healing of the surrounding muscle and tissues took the same length of time as a human’s injury, when their wolf kind actually recovered in half that time. Even so, because of the severity of his injuries, recovering was going to take three months as a lupus garou. It had been two weeks already and he still couldn’t walk. Hell, Allan had to help him onto the chaise lounge. Paul hated being so incapacitated, though he had to be grateful he had survived. If it hadn’t been for Allan, he would have drowned.

The problem was that Debbie’s longtime dive partner had retired, the next one had moved to another state, and Allan had been without a dive partner because of the damnable accident. And the sheriff’s department had needed Allan for some risky dive jobs.

“You worry too,” he said. “Allan understands what he is and what she is, and he knows not to get involved with her.” Paul hoped Lori was right. But where men and women were concerned, the waters became muddied.

Lori sat on the chair next to Paul’s lounger and squeezed his hand. “Watch the way she looks up at him. They’ve been together for only two weeks and she is so enamored with him. All smiles and sweetness. She adores him. He’s a SEAL, and women just fall all over themselves when they learn that.” Paul raised his brows at Lori.

She shook her head at him. “I know the two of you too well. Your SEAL status doesn’t affect me in the least.”

He chuckled. “Debbie is a smiley, sweet woman, Lori. You worry too much. 

Lori frowned and settled back in her chair. “You’re making light of this, but it’s dangerous. He hasn’t dated any of the eligible women in our pack, and we have several. Sure, he’s nice and polite, but he’s not interested in any of them. Look at the way he helps Debbie with her dive checks. They look like they’re lovers.”

Paul smiled. He knew Lori wanted Allan to care about a woman, but the woman had to be one of their kind, or the relationship would cause all kinds of complications they couldn’t afford. “Come here.”

“Your leg— ”

“Come on the other side.” She moved to his chaise lounge, and he snuggled with her. “He’ll be okay. We’re talking about Allan. In all our years of wolf longevity, how many times has he fallen for a human woman and not been able to let go of the notion?”



Lori relaxed then. “Never.”


The Heart of the Wolf Series



About the Author:
USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear has written over fifty paranormal and medieval Highland historical romances. In 2008 Heart of the Wolf was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry also creates award-winning teddy bears that have found homes all over the world and is raising two Havanese puppies. She lives in Crawford, Texas.



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1 comment:

lindalou said...

Oooh! I just finished A Seal Wolf In Too Deep tonight and it's VERY GOOD! I loved it!