Thursday, August 14, 2014

Review for Hero of a Highland WOlf

Author: Terry Spear
Publisher: Scurcebooks Casablanca
Pages: 320 pages
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Heart of the wolf

 She's ready for change...
Colleen Playfair has never been to Scotland, but when she discovers she must spend a year and a day overseas learning to manage her newly inherited estate, she's ready for the challenge. She even has some ideas for improvements-if she can get past the sexy werewolf who seems convinced he's the one in charge.
But he's digging in his claws...
Grant MacQuarrie and his clan have been managing Farraige Castle for three centuries. The last thing he wants is a meddling American heiress trying to change the way things have always been done. He's more than willing to fight the she-wolf every step of the way, using every tool at his disposal. And if that means taking the lass to bed, well...all the better.
Locked in a battle of wills, caught in an attraction they can't escape, Colleen and Grant must find a way to work together...or face losing it all.

When reading this story I felt like I was reading a story set back in time but it wasn't. I loved Grant and his brothers they are very entertaining and I love how determined Colleen is to prove herself.  This book will make you want to go to Scotland and stay in a old castle just to see what its like. If you have not read this series before you should pick  up book 1 "Heart of the wolf". Hero of a Highland Wolf is #14 in the series  only one of many adventures. I give this book five stars for a very entertaining read.