Thursday, August 27, 2009

Where the Bad Guys are Werewolves! And the Good Guys are Too!

Five more days and To Tempt the Wolf is OFFICIALLY released!!! Chance at free copy of book for commenting! Extra chances for tweeting, posting this on blogs, and reviews of any of the wolf books! :)

So here’s a hint of what you’ll discover beyond the cover of one sexy man and wolf.

What do you do when you find the sculpted body of a man lying naked on a winter-chilled beach? Take him home with you, of course! With every intention of nursing the poor half dead guy back to health.

But you soon discover he’s extremely protective, a little bossy, sexy as all get-up, and talented. He can cook over an open fire when electricity is a problem. Can keep a body toasty warm on cold wintry nights. Can repair windows. And? Washing his clothes won’t be a chore. He’s out of them almost as much as he’s in them. So he’s a pretty handy guy to have around when: a severe winter storm threatens, stalkers are a problem, the electricity is out, ex-boyfriends come around, car accidents happen, and a family member is in real trouble. And lots, lots more.

As a wolf, he’s housebroken. Well, breaks a few things in scuffles with bad wolves, but only when he’s in rescue mode. And he’s careful about biting. Usually. Accidents don’t count. Don’t let him do all the grocery shopping though, unless veggies aren’t on the menu.

He’s got lots of issues. But that’s what makes him human. Mostly.

Yep, Hunter Greymere’s a hunk for all reasons. And Tessa Anderson? She’s not quite what she seems either. Which is what has Hunter stirred up from the beginning. But not only him.

It’s an urban fantasy—werewolf style—full of suspense, adventure, mystery, and sizzling romance set along the Oregon Coast, because I used to visit there when I was in college in Portland and loved it. Hunter’s from California because that’s where I’m from originally, and still miss the pines and listening to the wind winding its way through their needles. Which is why everywhere I live, a growth of pine trees suddenly appears. Truly! :)

And if you’ve been reading the series, Leidolf has his part in this story, too. He’s just as arrogant as Hunter, but you see more of a humorous side also. So if you dare, take a chance on the wild side.

Every girl ought to have a werewolf hunk to call her own. Don’t you think?

I'm on a blog tour now, and giving free books all over the place. This week I'm at:

And if you comment here through Monday, you'll get a chance at a free copy of your choice of an autographed book!

Terry Spear
"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male."


  1. Have a great Thursday, everyone! Downhill slide to the weekend! :)And we have a cold front coming in! 96 in the afternoon instead of 100+! But 60's in the morning! Woohoo!

  2. Good morning Terry!! I know it's insanely weird, but there is just something about a werewolf hottie that is wonderful, don't you think?

    The book looks fabulous. Congrats on your success! Glad to have found you as a new shapeshifter author, I'll definetly be reading this one!

    rachie2004 @ yahoo (dot) c0m

  3. Hi, Rachie, absolutely werewolves are hotties! Nothing at all insanely weird about that! :)Can a werewolf be a girl's best friend? Absolutely! :)

  4. I love the idea that pine trees magically grow in all your stories! My thing is poplars... love the sound of the wind in them and the smell of their leaves after rain. Sensory detail, yay!

    Good luck with the book!

  5. Gotta love naked men showing up out of nowhere, particularly if they can cook! LOL

    Have fun "touring" Terry!

  6. LOL, Donna, no, the pine trees magically grow in all the yards where I've lived. I can't stand not to have pine trees, so before you know it...a little bit of California is with me again. :)

  7. Thanks, Judi! I don't think he will clean up after himself though. :)

  8. If I'm to be honest, I have to say I've never read a wolf story outside of Little Red Riding Hood, and a YA I was reviewing before I let my kids have it. But I do have Heart of the Wolf sitting right on my desk. I need a break from the social strictures of the Ton. And I'm very curious to see just how hot a wolf can be. I bet they can be the truest of Alphas.

    Congratulations on the upcoming release.

  9. this series sounds great.I look forward to reading it.

  10. Congrats on the release, looking forward to it!

  11. housebroken and breaks a few things!!! I like it. Congratulations Terry.

  12. Thanks, Renee, yes, this will be a deviation to the fun you read in the Ton!!! I read a lot of regencies too, and love them.

    Thanks for dropping by lucky1 and tetewa!

    Sheila, yeah, they can't be totally perfect! :) Thanks!!

  13. "Every girl needs her own werewolf hunk..."

    Sounds good to me, Terry! Sign me up!! Esp. if he is, ya know, housebroken. LOL!


  14. Wow, Terry, loved your post. I think I'm ready to have my very own werewolf! Are any in your pack coming to Florida anytime soon?


  15. LOL, Cindy, absolutely!!!

    And, Amelia, I think so...they do have red wolves in Florida, so...why not??? :)Even Hunter's uncle goes to live in Florida to retire. :) So you could have your very own also!

  16. Hello Terry,
    I'm lucky to be able to say I'm Plowing through this AWESOME book already.
    And believe me. This is one Sexy Wolf and a wonderful who's who, and what's what Tale. And he likes his Meat Rare. But I have a question? You have a poor injured man who's really a wolf with a little memory problem.
    How does this poor man know he's a Wolf?

  17. Glad you're enjoying it, Donna. If you had a memory problem, you'd still know you were human, right? :)He was born one, so I'd say he'd always know what he is. :)Good question, though! :) Happy Reading!

  18. I got hooked on the werewolf tales some time ago. Your books sound like good reading. I'm glad to hear that you put so much atmosphere in your books. I like to feel with the story, but also hate to get to the end of a good book.......Please enter me in your contest.


  19. Congrats on the new release. I can't wait to read it.

  20. I have to agree that everygirl needs her own werewolf. I haven't read one of your books yet but since I'm from WA (lived next door to Portland in Vancouver) and also lived in CA, the books will have extra meaning.

  21. Thanks, Ruby! Glad you enjoy werewolf books!!

    Thanks, Becky, hope you enjoy it!!

    Kytaira, thanks! My dad was from Seattle, my mother from Alberta, then BC, but settled in Portland, OR, and I'm from Sacramento. So we claim all the West Coast!!! :)

  22. I just know if I keep plugging along, that one of these days I'll win one of your books. lol


  23. LOL, Ddurance, just keep watch on my blog
    where I try to keep the daily postings of where I'll be for author blog tours and all the giveaways! :) Thanks for wanting one of the books!