I'm a bit conflicted about "Flight of the White Wolf". Note to readers - there's a lot of suspense in this one, but suspense that I wanted to skip rather than suspense that pulled me in. On one hand it's kind of sweet - Gavin and Amelia working together and falling in love, especially in wolf form, was really cute. On the other hand, the story felt a lot like I was being told what was happening rather than being immersed in the world. The suspense also really didn't work for me - towards the end I was happy to know how and what was going on, but I felt that it dragged on for longer than I was interested in. In a way, it felt like the story meandered and it also didn't have the humor that I expected from the author.
"Flight of the White Wolf" wasn't bad, but I think I'll be going back to her YA titles.
Stranded in the wilderness, these warring hearts will be forced to work together—or die together.
Gavin Summerfield—an arctic wolf shifter with a fear of flying—has to fly into the vast lakeland wilderness of northern Minnesota to track down his suspect—where his ability to shift will come in very handy. Imagine his chagrin when his pilot turns out to be the woman who tasered him last time they saw each other. Things are off to a rocky start...again.
Arctic wolf shifter Amelia White isn't entirely displeased to see Gavin again, but priorities shift when their plane is sabotaged and goes down in the middle of nowhere. As their attraction grows, Amelia hopes Gavin doesn't discover the secret she's been keeping...she knows he could never forgive her...
The White Wolf Series:
Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas (Book 1)
Flight of the White Wolf (Book 2)
What People Are Saying About Terry Spear:
"Spear has become a master storyteller." —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars for Alpha Wolf Need Not Apply
"A funny, fun, and extremely intriguing read." —Fresh Fiction for SEAL Wolf in Too Deep
"Magnificently entertaining." —RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars TOP PICK! for Billionaire in Wolf's Clothing