If you haven’t had a chance to get it, today it’s officially out!
SEAL Wolf Series:
A SEAL in Wolf’s Clothing (Book 1)
A SEAL Wolf for Christmas (Book 2)
SEAL Wolf Hunting (Book 3)
SEAL Wolf in Too Deep (Book 4)
SEAL Wolf Undercover (Book 5)
Praise for SEAL Wolf in Too Deep:
“A sexy, smoldering tale… If you enjoy reading about uber-manly, hot-as-heck heroes, this is a must-read!”―RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
“Another winner… once again [Spear] had me captivated with her storytelling.”―Night Owl Reviews
“A funny, fun, and extremely intriguing read.” ―Fresh Fiction
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Excerpt from SEAL Wolf Undercover
by Terry Spear
[Note: Vaughn and Jillian are gray wolves. Howard is a jaguar shifter]
“Let me get this straight,” Vaughn growled at Jillian. “We are working together on solving the crimes committed here, right?”
Howard laughed. “I’m sure glad I’m with the two of you. I don’t know when we’ll ever solve the case, but it’s sure entertaining to see how we’re going to go about doing it.”
Jillian’s jaw was set as she opened her car door. “Sure. We’ll start with examining the cabin for any evidence of foul play. Together.”
“You said you didn’t think your brother was guilty of any crime. So why not talk to him?” Vaughn couldn’t help how furious he was. If her brother wasn’t guilty of anything, they needed to clear this up pronto. If he knew something, even if he didn’t think he did, they needed to learn of it and see if it led them in the right direction.
“Listen,” Jillian said, getting out of the car and placing her hands on her hips, “he’s my brother. He might have talked about anything, thinking he was having a private conversation with family—me, his sister. I had to let him know I wasn’t alone. That if he needed to tell me something, he also needed to know others were listening in to the conversation. It was up to him to decide if he wanted to talk in front of anyone else. Apparently, he didn’t.”
“Which means he could be damn guilty.” Vaughn pinned her with a glower.
She took off for the cabin. “I’m not the bad guy. Neither is my brother.”
“If he is, you’re covering for him, whether you believe he’s guilty or not. Hell, maybe you were the one who did it.”
Jillian whipped around, her mouth hanging agape. “You think I tore into Douglas now?”
“Maybe you got there first before your brother did. It’s only your word that you arrived at Douglas’s cabin after someone attacked him. Maybe your brother shows up and discovers what you did. Being a protective brother, he warns you to call Leidolf to take care of him so you’re not accused of attempted murder. You do. He leaves, but returns well after Leidolf’s men have taken an injured Douglas and the evidence away, to see if there’s anything else left behind. Before he could leave some evidence that muddied the waters, I caught your brother standing in front of the blood left behind. Maybe you’re right. Miles had nothing to do with it. Maybe he’s helping you cover up that you did it.”
Her eyes were wide in disbelief. “What about you!”
Vaughn nearly laughed. He hadn’t expected her to accuse him. He didn’t believe she had injured Douglas either. But he wanted her to realize that by covering for her brother, she could be suspect.
“Yeah, you! Who says you didn’t wound him? What if you did it in the heat of an argument over some old pack feud, hadn’t planned it, and then you took off to get cleaning supplies to take care of the mess? I arrive, find Douglas in bad shape and call Leidolf for help. After we left, Miles arrives to see his friend and finds the blood on the floor. Miles ends up getting some blood on him, if that really happened. Who says he really did end up with blood on his muzzle? We only have your word that he did.
“So after you injure Douglas, you return to the scene of the crime, and unexpectedly come face to face with Miles at the cabin. He smells your scent, and he realizes you’re the one who injured his friend. Miles takes off, certain you’re going to kill him if you can catch him. He’d be the perfect patsy all tied up in one neat little package. Now you can’t dispose of the body, most likely believing Douglas was dead, because I’ve already gotten help for him and removed him from the cabin. And you can’t hide the evidence like you’d planned because Leidolf’s men have already gathered it and taken it away. You have to silence the witness though. And you’d have to take care of Douglas too before he comes out of his coma. You call Leidolf to tell him you’re going after a suspect. Then you go after my brother to take care of loose ends.”
Standing on the deck, Howard was smirking, waiting to see how this all played out.
In real life, conflict isn’t fun, but in literature, you have to have it. 🙂
Baby fell asleep while I bounced her on my lap and put out the newsletter. So I’m off to work on a promo blog due already, and hope you have a chance to pick up SEAL Wolf Undercover, and LOVE it!
Years ago, I went to Disney World, and in the few times I’ve been, I didn’t really use a camera much. Today, I see so much more. Not just the rides or other cool stuff, but the wildlife, sunsets, and storms.
In Flight of the White Wolf, I talk about how he’s changed his view about the world, instead of hiking and not seeing half there is to see, just counting steps, to becoming a wolf and really seeing all that the world has to offer. We just have to stop and look and see. 🙂
Have a great one!!
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