Stranded in the wilderness, these warring hearts will be forced to work together—or die together.
Gavin Summerfield—an arctic wolf shifter with a fear of flying—has to fly into the vast lakeland wilderness of northern Minnesota to track down his suspect—where his ability to shift will come in very handy. Imagine his chagrin when his pilot turns out to be the woman who tasered him last time they saw each other. Things are off to a rocky start…again.
Arctic wolf shifter Amelia White isn’t entirely displeased to see Gavin again, but priorities shift when their plane is sabotaged and goes down in the middle of nowhere. As their attraction grows, Amelia hopes Gavin doesn’t discover the secret she’s been keeping…she knows he could never forgive her…
What makes the White Wolf Pack special?
Not only are the white wolf pack the first and only Artic wolf pack I’ve written about, they’re the only pack that is newly turned, none of them having been born as lupus garous. Both conditions—being Arctic wolves in the States (where they normally don’t live) and being newly turned wolves (which means trouble for them with shifting at the wrong times, particularly when the full moon appears)—can cause real conflict for them. It began when two of their PIs, all of them best of friends, went on a bear hunt and disappeared. Cameron and Gavin had to search for them, believing something bad happened to them. As PIs and best friends, they had to find them no matter what.
They are private investigators working and living out of Seattle, but a gray wolf pack wouldn’t let them stay in the territory once they became newly turned Arctic wolves. So, they settled in Minnesota and did a lot of their PI work online because of the trouble they had with shifting.
They’re excited by the prospect of opening an office and doing their investigations again in person, though they still have issues with shifting during the full moon.
Creating a whole pack of newly turned wolves was fun because they’re friends and all have the same issues. They started out as police officers, formed their PI business, and no matter the trouble they’ve had, they’re still all together.
They had to learn from each other and support one another during crises. They haven’t had a pack mentor who was born a lupus garou to see them through the rough times. Now they’re beginning to have children who are first-born lupus garou Arctic wolves in their pack.
But how will any of them be able to mate with other Artic wolves, who might see them as nothing but trouble because they’re so newly turned? As far as they know, no gray wolves live in the area either. White wolves stand out more because they don’t live in the region, and they’re newly turned. So why should a gray wolf (though Arctic wolves are actually gray wolves too) want to mate an Arctic wolf who could be nothing but trouble? And finding an Arctic mate in their area is impossible…or so they thought.
That’s what makes the white pack special. They’re totally unique from every other pack out there!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear has written over sixty paranormal 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. She lives in Spring, Texas with two Havanese puppies.