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    Reading Llama

    This is the third in the White Wolf series, and like twenty-something in the over-arching Heart of the Wolf series. I haven't read any books in this series before, and while I think this can work as a standalone, I think I would have enjoyed it much more had I been familiar with the rest of the series. While this is a "fated mate"-type romance, thankfully, it isn't insta-love. At the point where the main plot picks up, these characters have met previously, though briefly, several times - including once where a towel-wearing Amelia tasered Gavin. I was initially interested because the idea of a private investigator who's afraid to fly and a secret-keeping pilot, both who are wolf shifters, crashing in the Alaskan wilderness sounded like the perfect recipe for lots of angsty adventure. Unfortunately, it failed to deliver for me. While the plot was interesting, I was never able to emotionally connect with the characters, and didn't feel the chemistry between them. The investigation portion was well done, but I never was particularly worried that the characters were in danger (even after a plane crash! in the wilderness!) or felt like they wouldn't be able to eventually solve the mystery. Even the reveal of Amelia's big secret was.... strangely unemotional. I also found the writing somewhat stilted. There's just so much background information, and most of it is presented in by telling the reader instead of showing, including information about a myriad of secondary characters. I suspect many of these are characters from previous books in the series, but I was, at times, overwhelmed and confused by the amount of information provided around them (like, do we need to know that one of his partners have six-year-old triplets?) Unfortunately, there was very little about this book that worked for me. I think if you're a previous fan of the series, you may have a better time with it (though I'd imagine all the info dumping would be even more annoying), but if you're looking to get into this series, I'd suggest starting with an earlier book. I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Fantastic story

    Fantastic story. Great way to bring up interest on paranormal romance
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    Flight of the White Wolf

    Terry Spear is at it again with another werewolf romance that had me soaring through an adventure filled romance. Gavin and Amelia are electrifying characters that grab reader’s attention and refuse to let go. Their relationship is full of strong and hot sexual tension, emotional pitfalls and thrilling danger. The couple has to make decisions that affect their personal as well professional lives and that will of course impact their families and friends which adds lots of depth to the story and has readers holding their breath in anticipation of their happily ever after decision. The suspense builds throughout the story as twists and turns keep readers as well as Gavin and Amelia guessing as to just who the enemy is and what their true motives are. This fast paced plot is full of adrenaline pumping adventure and thrills including plane crashes and really keep readers on edge and has just enough super sweet moments to keep the heart well satisfied as well not to mention makes the readers fall for the characters even more. Terry Spear brings the wonderful Heart of the Wolf series which includes the White Wolf series, the Silver Town Wolves, the Highland Wolves and the Billionaire Wolves, to brilliant life with well written words, vivid imagery and fascinating characters that all keep me coming back for more. It is a favorite of mine and I always love becoming immersed in the stories as they unfold and I found Flight of the White Wolf to be one very spellbinding read and since I just can’t get enough, I can’t wait to read the next one.
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    Entertaining Romantic Adventure

    Emotionally gripping, action packed, edge of your seat page turning second chance romantic adventure filled with danger, secrets and undeniable passion. Gavin Summerfield is a hot, sexy, shifter with a fear of flying and a need to fly into the vast lakeland wilderness of northern Minnesota to track down his suspect. Amelia White is the last shifter he expect to see again, but she turns out to be his pilot on this trip and they are stuck together when their plane is sabotaged. Reluctant acknowledgement of a white hot attraction and a need to catch a dangers criminal make for a highly entertaining, dramatic romantic adventure.
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