Wildlife photographer Tessa Anderson is fascinated by wolves, until she realizes that one might be stalking her. And to make matters worse—or at the very least, weirder—she's just discovered a half-dead, naked man on her beach who can't remember how he got there.
Hunter Greymore is a lupus garou, a grey werewolf. He might not know how he ended up in this mess, but he's sure his pack had something to do with it. Intending to keep a low profile at Tessa's cabin, he quickly realizes the danger to her is much deadlier than anything threatening him, and he'll do anything to keep her safe...
Heart of the Wolf Series:
Heart of the Wolf (Book 1)
To Tempt the Wolf (Book 2)
Legend of the White Wolf (Book 3)
Seduced by the Wolf (Book 4)
Praise for USA Today bestseller Terry Spear:
"The chemistry crackles off the page."—Publishers Weekly for Heart of the Wolf
"If action, romance, and suspense are what you are looking for...look no further."—Night Owl Romance for To Tempt the Wolf
"Do yourself a big favor and put this book into your read now pile!"—Fresh Fiction for A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas
"Tantalizing, action-packed romance...with all the magic of fantasy."—The Pen & Muse for Destiny of the Wolf
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