Review: Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear.

Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear
Series: Heart of the Wolf (# 13)
Release Date: March 4, 2014
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages: 352
Source: book provided by NetGalley for review

Life For the Silver Pack Just Got Wilder…

Elizabeth Wildwood has been a loner all her life, ostracized because of her “mixed” half-wolf, half-coyote blood. When she ventures into gray wolf territory on a dangerous quest of her own and his thrown together with the sexiest shifter she’s ever met she begins to wish for the first time that she could be part of a family.

When this unusual shifter female comes into his pack’s territory, it’s Tom Silver’s job to protect her—if only she would let him.

Turn up the heat with Terry Spear’s paranormal romance.


Review: I was first introduced to Terry Spear’s work in Highland Werewolf Wedding and since then I have had the privilege of reading a few of the books in her werewolf and jaguar series. As a result I have become a big fan of hers and so I was quite thrilled to receive a copy of Silence of the Wolf to read and review.

This is the thirteenth book in the Heart of the Wolf series and just like the other books in the series it can be read as a stand-alone. In this title we meet Tom Silver, an alpha grey wolf and Elizabeth Wildwood a hybrid (part red wolf and part coyote) who is also an alpha.

Tom is from the Town of Silver, which as the name suggests is owned and run by his family. He is the sub-pack leader for the Silver pack. He is currently on a mission to determine the wolves that were responsible for destroying livestock in the area. This mission was quite important as the pack could not risk any of the humans living among them shooting an innocent wolf. He was not looking to have a serious relationship and to be tied down like his brothers. This all changed, however when he met Elizabeth Wildwood.

Elizabeth is a photo journalist who currently lives in Texas. The reason for her visit to Silver Town is twofold. She was on assignment for the magazine that she works with and she was there also to obtain evidence as it relates to the murder of her parents. She is a lone wolf as she was shunned by her parents’ packs due to her mixed heritage. She was led to believe that she was a pariah and as such when Tom’s pack embraced her she was quite overwhelmed and did not know how to handle it.

I found this to an enjoyable read that is filled with secrets, suspense, mystery and romance. I loved the interaction between Tom and Elizabeth which I found to be quite emotional.

As usual I enjoy Ms. Spear’s writing style which is quite descriptive and allows her readers to feel as if they are actually a part of the story. I have become quite invested in this series and as such cannot wait to read the remaining books in the series.

If you love shifter romance that is filled with excitement and has heart then you need to read Silence of the Wolf.